Levels of Care
Detoxification provides clinical supervision and assistance in the management of withdrawal for drug and alcohol dependent or intoxicated persons. Detoxification can be medically monitored or medically managed.
Non-hospital Residential Treatment
Often called "rehab", this is an intensive live-in therapeutic environment. The specific program length of stay (varying from 14 to 180 days) is based on individual needs. Treatment subcontracts include a variety of programs, ensuring that clients' needs are met, whether they are adolescents, women, women with children, Spanish speaking only, have co-occurring drug and alcohol and mental health disorders, or are involved in the criminal justice system.
This live-in combination of therapy and support is offered to recovering person(s) having completed prior treatment, who may be homeless or near homeless and unemployed or in need of intensive support for successful transition to sober independent living. Self-sufficiency is the goal.
Counseling is provided one or two hours per week and may be primary care, aftercare from rehab, or utilized as an intervention to encourage individuals to enter more intensive services. Initial assessment to determine referral to the appropriate level of care is also provided. Treatment is also provided for family members affected by another's alcohol or drug abuse.
Partial Hospitalization is intensive treatment provided on an outpatient basis for clients with serious addiction problems that have sufficient supports to engage in treatment in the community. Services are provided according to a planned regimen consisting of regularly scheduled sessions at least three days per week with 10 or more therapeutic hours per week.
Methadone, a medication associated with opiate dependence, is provided in conjunction with individual and group therapy.