You can access the following programs by contacting the 24-Hour Toll Free Access Line at (888) 868-1649.
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Co-Occurring/Dual Diagnosis (DDX) Services are specialized Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) services available for individuals who have both a substance use disorder and a mental health issue. COD/DDX services may also include supportive and psychiatric services.
Day Care Rehabilitative (DCR) treatment is an intensive outpatient program. The DCR program provides perinatal substance abuse services to pregnant or postpartum women (up to 60 days). Services include individual and group counseling, case management, on-site child care and transportation.
Detoxification Services are residential treatment to safely withdraw from AOD. Services include providing a safe, sober and supportive living environment, stabilization, abstinence, and linkages to continued treatment.
Driving under the Influence (DUI) programs provide education and counseling for persons who have a driving or boating violation involving alcohol and/or other drugs.
HIV Services. ADP provides access to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) services to individuals receiving substance use disorder treatment including HIV education, rapid testing, counseling and referrals.
Narcotic Treatment Programs (NTP) are outpatient services providing medication-assisted treatment for Narcotic (Heroin, Vicodin, Oxycontin) abuse and dependence. Individuals in NTP attend treatment services daily including taking prescribed doses of methadone and or other medications and attending counseling sessions. NTP’s can last from 21 days for detoxification services for to up to years, depending on client need.
Outpatient Drug Free (ODF), also simply called outpatient treatment, are services where the client does not reside in the treatment facility. Treatment services include assessment, individual and group counseling, random drug testing and other supportive services.
PC 1000 – Drug Diversion is a program for non-violent drug offenders referred to treatment by the Courts. Upon completion of treatment, charges are dismissed. Services include education, individual and group counseling.
Perinatal Services serve pregnant/post partum women and women with children. Perinatal services include Outpatient Drug-Free treatment, counseling, Day Care Rehabilitative and Transitional Residential Living. These services are enhanced to address the unique needs of women.
Prevention. Primary prevention services include education and early intervention services targeted to prevent individuals from abusing substances and outreach activities to limit access to AOD in the community.
Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) are self-help groups used in addition to 12-Step support meetings established throughout the community for persons that are awaiting treatment placement.
Residential Treatment provides AOD services for women who cannot obtain and maintain sobriety in outpatient programs. Clients live in a 24 hour residential setting and receive treatment for over 30 days. Programs incorporate counseling, daily life skills training and mutual/self-help group meetings.
Transitional Living Centers (TLC) provide housing services for women who are pregnant or parenting minor children. Housing is used in combination with AOD treatment services to help clients maintain sobriety by providing a safe, sober living environment with mutual/self-help group meetings.
Youth and Family Treatment Centers provide treatment to youth who have begun using drugs and alcohol, and their families, in the community and through school based counseling services. The focus is on youth between the ages of 13 and 17, and programs provide age appropriate developmental services and family involvement.