Screening: All participants will receive a S-Birt screening to determine the severity of substance use and identify the appropriate level of treatment. Services are directed to individuals who do not have severe withdrawal symptoms but whose medical and psychological conditions require a lower level of care to begin the recovery process, prevent relapse and improve the potential for sustained sobriety.
Outpatient Services: The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Non-Intensive Outpatient Program (NIOP) provide a structured, intensive level of care for treatment of adults with substance abuse disorders. Individuals receive information, assistance, support and motivation that will allow them to maintain abstinence from alcohol and other drugs in individual and group sessions.
(IOP) Intensive Outpatient Services:
- 13 week program
- minimum of 9 hrs per week
- services provided at least 3 to four 4 days per week
(NIOP) Non-Intensive Outpatient Services:
- 13 week program
- minimum of 6 hrs per week
- services provided at least 2 days per week
Residential Services: Inpatient residential programs are ideal for individuals with a high potential to relapse. Inpatient treatment, also referred to as residential treatment, provides the highest level of rehab services for clients diagnosed with alcohol or other drug addiction. Over 70% of our housing graduates continue to remain sober, be gainfully employed and live independently in the community.
Medicated Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medication, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Research shows that when treating substance use disorders, a combination of medication and behavioral therapies is most successful. read more
Recovery Support: Recovery methods are used to enhance and complement evidence-based treatment techniques. Recovery-oriented care and recovery support systems help people with mental and substance use disorders manage their conditions successfully. read more
- Individual/Group Counseling: Clients meet individually and as part of a group with a licensed treatment professional to receive assistance in achieving treatment goals and objectives through the exploration of alcohol and other drug problems.
- Assessments: Our licensed treatment professionals provide individualized comprehensive assessments that deliver a complete clinical picture of an individual that can aid diagnosis and/or treatment planning in a culturally competent manner.
- Case Management: a collaborative care coordination process of assessment, planning, and facilitation of services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs
- Evidence-Based and Non-Traditional Curriculum: Our evidence-based programs or methods have been demonstrated through research to be effective. These curriculums include (Living in Balance: moving from a life of addiction to a life of recovery and Hierarchy of Recovery- Hazelton). The Non-Traditional programs are catered to empowering the individual in creating control over their recovery from addiction.
- Behavioral Health Services: Includes mental health, substance use, and more – is a key part of your overall well-being. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a behavioral health professional.
- Family Education Classes: Learn more about addiction, the effects of addiction on the family, friends, and social network of addicts. Participants would be required to have at least one support person to attend weekly family education sessions, with the option to engage in family therapy (Brief Strategic family therapy (BSFT))
- Crisis Intervention: Immediate and short-term emergency response to mental, emotional, physical, and behavioral distress which help to minimize the potential for long-term trauma or distress
- Telehealth: Involves the use of technology to deliver services to clients, removing the need to travel for care.
- Urine Screens