Treatment Services

Counseling, Medication, & Case Management

  • *National Hotline/Treatment Finder

    What is *National Hotline/Treatment Finder?

    A direct toll-free telephone service available for a specific purpose. A national website which locates services by address or zip code.

  • Alcohol and Drug Assessment

    What is Alcohol and Drug Assessment?

    Collects information related to your substance use history, needs and preferences to determine a diagnosis, appropriate services and/or referral.

  • Continuing Education (CE)

    What is Continuing Education (CE)?

    The CE program offers opportunities for study beyond a GED or high school diploma, such as preparation for college entry, licensure, certifications, or qualifications necessary for a particular career.

  • Crisis Intervention

    What is Crisis Intervention?

    Provides assessment and immediate stabilization of acute symptoms mental illness, alcohol and other drug abuse, emotional distress, domestic violence or abuse /neglect, etc.

  • Day Treatment

    What is Day Treatment ?

    A minimum 20 hours per week individualized coordinated services under the direction of a physician. Partial hospitalization includes group and individual services.

  • Detoxification

    What is Detoxification?

    Support during withdrawal from alcohol or other drugs. Services are residential or outpatient.

  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

    What is English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)?

    The ESOL program provides an adult who is not a native English speaker with skills in English conversation, reading, and writing. Involvement in this program could include preparation for U.S. citizenship, according to individual need and desire.

  • Forensic Evaluation

    What is Forensic Evaluation?

    Psychological evaluation regarding a legal issue for individuals referred by a court, adult parole, or other agency in the criminal justice system.

  • Intensive Outpatient

    What is Intensive Outpatient?

    A minimum 9 direct services per week to adults; 6 direct service hours to children and adolescents. Services may include both individual and group sessions.

  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

    What is Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)?

    Medications used to treat people with substance use disorders combined with counseling and other services.

  • Mental Health Assessment

    What is Mental Health Assessment?

    Collects information related to your mental health history, needs and preferences to determine a diagnosis, appropriate services and/or referral.

  • Methadone Treatment

    What is Methadone Treatment?

    Medical Services focused on the prescribing of Methadone to treat substance use disorders. NOTE: Individuals must also participate outpatient substance use disorders.

  • Outpatient / Counseling

    What is Outpatient / Counseling?

    Individual or group mental health or substance use therapy services

  • Psychotropic Medication

    What is Psychotropic Medication?

    Medical services focused on the prescribing of medications to treat mental illness.

  • Residential Treatment

    What is Residential Treatment?

    24 hour program of professionally directed services for persons with alcohol, other drug, and/or addiction problems.

  • Suboxone Treatment

    What is Suboxone Treatment?

    Medical Services focused on the prescribing of Suboxone to treat substance use disorders. NOTE: Individuals must also participate in outpatient substance use treatment.

  • Suicide Intervention

    What is Suicide Intervention?

    Effort to prevent a person from attempting to take their own life on purpose.

  • Vivitrol Treatment

    What is Vivitrol Treatment?

    Medical Services focused on the prescribing of Vivitrol to treat substance use disorders. NOTE: Individuals must also participate outpatient substance use disorders.