Substance Use Services (SUD)
Services We Provide
- Substance Use Assessment
- Substance Use Counseling
- Mental Health Counseling
- Intensive Outpatient Programming
- Substance Use Support Groups
- Recovery Support Peer Specialists
- Medication Assisted Treatment
- Access to and Education on Narcan
- HIV & Hepatitis Testing
- Community Education
- Ambulatory Detox
Population We Serve:
Adolescents 13+ (SUD Counseling only) and Adults 18+. To access SUD services all clients must also be active in mental health services and have a co-occurring disorder.
Our Programs & Services:
Substance Use Initial Assessment
An initial substance use assessment will help clinicians to determine which level of care would be most appropriate for you, and the least restrictive option. If the appropriate level of care is higher than we offer, we will provide referrals and assist with connecting to those services.
Substance Use Counseling & Mental Health Counseling
SUD counseling will be performed by our Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC) and mental health counseling by our Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT). Sessions will be about 50 minutes in length, occur weekly or bi-weekly, and sessions can be individual or include your family.
Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP)
IOP includes group sessions three times a week for 3 hours each, and at least one hour of substance use counseling. Treatment will be 10 hours a week for 12 weeks. All participants in IOP will complete drug and alcohol testing on site.
Recovery Support Peer Services
Recovery Support Peer Specialists (RSPS) will work with you to share their lived experience with substance use disorder and walk with you through your treatment and recovery.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
A grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) allows us to provide MAT services to those living with Opioid Use Disorder for up to 6 months. If you are receiving MAT services, you must also take part in SUD counseling at least once a week.
Access & Education for Narcan
Narcan (Naloxone) is a medication to aide in reversing the effects of an opioid overdose. All SUD staff are trained in how to use Narcan, and will educate you, your families, or community members who request it.
HIV & Hepatitis Testing
All persons in SUD services will have access to HIV and Hepatitis (A, B, C) testing. Any person who tests positive will be referred to our local Ryan White Provider, who provides primary medical care, essential support services, and medication.
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