Recovery Services provides a multidisciplinary team of professionals, which includes Licensed Social Workers (LMSWs), Credentialed Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselors (CASACs), Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHCs), a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, and a Psychiatrist specializing in youth treatment and chemical dependency issues.
The program is strength based, family focused, culturally sensitive, supportive, and eclectic in it’s therapeutic approach. Treatment is individualized to meet the unique needs of clients and families. Active client and family involvement is encouraged throughout the treatment experience to ensure greater levels of “success”, with success defined in different ways for children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. The program utilizes group therapy as the primary treatment modality; however, individual and family services are also offered on a short-term goal oriented basis.
Self-help meetings (including AA, NA, and Ala-non) are also recommended as an important adjunct to treatment.
- Adolescent: Chemical Dependency Services for teens between 13-18
- Young Adult /Adult: Chemical Dependency Services for persons age 18 and up
- Adult Dual Diagnosis Program (Co-occurring Disorders): For individuals with an addiction and a mental health diagnosis, age 18 and up.
Groups offered in Adolescent Recovery Services include:
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) – This is a skills training group for clients with substance use and mental health needs, which includes five core modules: Mindfulness Skills, Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills, Emotional Regulation Skills, Distress Tolerance Skills and The Middle Path. Participants will also be required to attend individual therapy sessions weekly.
- Conflict Resolution
- Stress Management
- Early Recovery
- Relapse Prevention
- Sober Living
- Parent Support Group – This is a skills training group for the family of individuals with substance use disorders, which includes four core modules: Mindfulness, Interpersonal effectiveness, Emotional Regulation, and Distress Tolerance. Participants will also attend individual counseling sessions weekly along with a monthly family session.
- COA Group (children of alcoholics and substance abusers) – This group is for children and teens that have a family member who in the past or present has had a substance use disorder. Group counseling helps the young person to understand how alcohol/drugs affect them, the “identified patient,” and their family. Our services will also help them deal with their feelings of anger, blame, guilt or other emotional concerns. This group is not intended for adolescents who are being treated for their own addiction.
We accept insurance coverage from a wide range of carriers. A sliding scale fee will also be set if you do not carry insurance.
To learn more about Recovery Services, contact:
Acting Program Director