Addiction and Mental Health Services
All of our levels of care include individual counseling, group counseling, medical and psychiatric care, case management, and ancillary services.
PHP Level of Care
The partial hospitalization program (PHP) level of care helps individuals to reintegrate back into daily living. This level of care typically occurs after completion of stabilization, which typically occurs at detox or a residential program. At this level of clinical services, individuals will receive six days of clinical programming, Monday through Saturday, for five hours per day.
IOP Level of Care
The intensive outpatient program (IOP) level of care provides the structure and education necessary for individuals to succeed in an independent environment. This level of care typically occurs after a partial hospitalization program (PHP) level of care. At this level of clinical services, individuals will begin receiving clinical programming five days per week, for three hours per day. As the individual progresses through their treatment, they will reduce clinical hours to three days per week. Schedules can be individualized from available clinical programming days, which are Monday through Saturday.
OP Level of Care
The outpatient program (OP) level of care provides continued care as individuals progress to the point of a self-directed program. This level of care typically occurs after a intensive outpatient program (IOP) level of care. At this level of clinical services, individuals will receive clinical programming two days per week; one day of individual counseling for one hour and one day of group counseling. Schedules can be individualized from available clinical programming days, which are Monday through Saturday.
All clients receive health and physicals from a medical professional, including assessments for disease, harm risk, and nutrition. Ongoing follow up appointments are also available for those in need. A psychiatric nurse practitioner is also seen for an evaluation for mental health conditions, and work with individuals to create medication protocol to best suit their needs.
Medication Assisted Treatment Program
Depending on medical necessity, some anti-craving medications may be recommended. These medications are used to prevent relapses for opioids or alcohol. Individuals receiving these medications will also participate in clinical services.
Vivitrol or oral Naltrexone may be prescribed, which are medications given as injection or oral delivery. These medications are monitored and delivered monthly for those that are prescribed.
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Individual Therapy Sessions
Our individual therapy sessions are one hour, confidential, private appointments with your primary therapists. All therapists are highly trained, educated, and experience in addiction and assigned to you for the entire program. Primary therapists are either licensed, masters level educated, or Certified Addiction Professional Credentialed (CAP).
Group Therapy Sessions
Group therapy sessions are conducted by a group facilitator among a group of 12-15 other clients being treated for addiction or mental health. All groups are confidential, private, and engaging. Topics include: relapse prevention, Stress Management, Psychoeducational Topics, Life Skills, Belief Systems, and Process Groups
A dedicated case manager is available for assistance with food stamps, ID cards, court and legal documentation, espongement verification, resume writing, and more.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 9am - 2pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 4pm - 9pm