The program consists of individual and group sessions, which include family support services and psycho-education topics taught to provide information and understanding of addiction.
Intensive Outpatient Services:
This program is tailored to the person’s needs and includes weekly meetings over an 8 to 12 week duration. The program consists of individual and group sessions, which include family support services and psycho-education topics taught to provide information and understanding of addiction.
These services are provided by a psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner to assist individuals that may need medication to help relieve symptoms related to mental illness to improve overall functionality and success with treatment.
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Medication Reviews
Case Management Services:
These services are designed to assist the individual and treatment team with barriers that are negatively impacting treatment and/or those needs that cannot be addressed effectively in therapy services.
- Provides resources and supports available in the community
- Coordinates individualized supports in the community
- Assistance with basic needs, such as food, housing, transportation, and employment