Substance Abuse Services

The mission of the Substance Abuse Program is to promote healthy lifestyles by reducing the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs on the client, family and community.

Objectives

  • Provide comprehensive treatment which addresses the needs of both the person with a substance concern and the people affected by the substance concern
  • Identify clients who have co-occurring mental illness and help them develop goals and a treatment plan individualized to meet their needs
  • Recognize abuse of alcohol and/or other drugs as a progressive disease that affects the psychological, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual health of the person. It often impacts any system he/she interacts with including their family, friends, workplace and community
  • Provide outpatient treatment in a variety of sites to meet the needs of our clients
  • Provide education, consultation services, and support to family and friends of clients and other community organizations
  • Work collaboratively with other providers and community organizations to provide continuity of care to our clients

Clinical Services

  • Assessment and Referral to appropriate level of care
  • Outpatient Services: Individual, Group and Family Therapy
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs – Wilder and Randolph
  • Medication Assisted Therapy
  • Aftercare Recovery Services
  • Psychiatric Evaluation, Medication Review and Monitoring
  • Psycho-educational Groups
  • Weekend Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program (IDRP)
  • Emergency Services
  • Case Management

Evidence Based Practices

  • Harm Reduction
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Abstinence Based Treatment
  • Trauma Informed
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Substance Abuse (DBT-S)