Programs for Adults Ages 22 to 64

Short-term services for adults and children within the community setting includes navigating systems related to follow-up regular health maintenance, general assistance with day-to-day activities or helping to reduce problems (medical and behavioral) that may related to health concerns, helping with transportation to these appointments. Establish and maintain linkages necessary for support ability to live successfully in the communities, jobs, education or other resources.

Group Therapy helps an individual by providing each member with recovery support psychoeducation, skill building, coaching to using skills in the community. DBT Skills training is made up of four evidence-based modules using holistic interventions: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. This is designed to specifically assist individuals in better managing their behaviors, emotions and thoughts along with focus on building healthy recovery behaviors and relationships.

Recovery Coach provides daily aid with peer to peer activities with individuals who are on the recovery path in their community. These services are designed as an integrated part of a comprehensive addiction treatment continuum and Recovery Coaches create a relationship that connects the individuals in treatment to healthier behaviors in their community by using a wellness plan.

Eligibility:  Individuals and their families can access RSN and RC services by self-referral based on insurance coverage and medical necessity or referral by a primary care medical provider or behavioral health provider, court provider or a community provider that has consent and is able to show the need for RSN and RC Services with a substance use, addiction and/or co-occurring disorders DSM-5 diagnosis. We also serve Youth (ages 13 to 17 years old) and Adults (ages 18 years old and up).

Outpatient Individual and Family Therapy 

Treatment can include individual and  family therapy, coaching outside the group for friends, family member and/or caregiver. We know that addiction is a family disease, so we aim to include the family in the treatment process as much as possible. From start to finish, we want to make sure our individual has the home support they need to stay accountable in their recovery.

Recovery Support Navigator provides daily case management to guide, educate and support individuals and families through the addiction treatment and recovery process and systems. The service definition for Recovery Support Navigator is a community-based support program.

The support of friends, family members and/or a caregiver can play a critical role in helping a loved one recover and successfully manage this change. The opportunity to learn DBT Skills and practice skills is a support strategy learned during therapy and coaching.

Eligibility: Individuals with trauma, substance use, addiction and/or co-occurring disorders DSM-5 diagnosis or a family member who is concerned about a substance use problem and who should be medically stabilized and not in need of acute patient services.