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Individual Counseling:

A face-to-face therapeutic session with an individual conducted in accordance with a documented treatment plan focusing on treating his/her predetermined problem. Service shall be available to individuals with psychiatric and/or substance abuse problems.

Group Counseling:

 A face-to-face therapeutic session with a group of individuals conducted in accordance with a documented treatment plan focusing on treating his/her predetermined problem. Service shall be available to individuals with psychiatric and/or substance abuse problems.


Available Groups:

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE
  • ANGER and IMPULSE MANAGEMENT
  • PARENTING
  • GENDER SPECIFIC
  • CO-OCCURRING ISSUES GROUPS
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION
  • ADOLESCENT GROUP COUNSELING

Family Counseling:

 A face-to-face therapeutic session with family members/couples conducted in accordance with a documented treatment plan focusing on treating family/marital problems and goals. Service shall be available to individuals with psychiatric and/or substance abuse problems. This service may be provided with the client present or without the client present as determined by the clinician’s assessment and client’s agreement.

Drug and Alcohol Assessments:

A face-to-face formal evaluation to establish problem identification, clinical diagnosis, or diagnostic impression. An evaluation shall include an interview with the client and family, if deemed appropriate; may also include psychological testing, scaling of the severity of each problem identified for treatment; and /or pertinent collaborative information. The evaluation will determine an appropriate course of assistance which will be reflected in the treatment plan.

Case Management:

These services will assist in the client treatment recovery continuum. Case managers will provide the client a single point of contact for multiple health and social services; Advocate for the client; and Assist the client with needs generally thought to be outside the realm of substance abuse treatment.

Referrals:

A formal process of evaluation or review of the presenting problems of an individual, which results in the referral of the individual to relevant service resources.

Community Outreach Awareness:

A face-to-face group setting directed toward identifying potential clients or persons who are at risk; explaining possible symptoms and behaviors; and explaining available service options and other actions to aid recovery/rehabilitation.

Drug Testing:

A drug screen is a method of testing for the use of drugs by clients in substance abuse treatment. It must be qualitative and test for multiple drug classes, and will include Urine Analysis (U.A.’s). U. A.’s can be administered if indicated by the clinical interview or assessments administered to the clients and/or if referral agency provides a written request. Appropriate documentation is required.