Intensive Out-Patient/ In-Patient Programs
What Does An Out-Patient and/or In-Patient Program Look Like?
Both the Intensive Outpatient and In-Patient Programs provide education, support, and counseling to people in need. We cater to persons with alcohol and drug dependence including cocaine, prescription drugs, and opiate abuse as well a major mental illness such as anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar, PTSD and other trauma-based disorders. We are a Certified Locally Owned Small Business (CLOSB) founded by women whose advocacy is on wholistic wellness and independence.
We are professionals in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and welcome individuals with Co-Occurring Disorders; the very same approach to evidence-based treatment. Under this model, we use the Client-Centered approach, Motivational Interviewing techniques, Moral Recantation Therapy, and Acu-detox, a five-point ear acupuncture protocol; a no-nonsense, nonverbal, pharmaceutical free, barrier-free approach to behavioral health. We are here to help our clients enjoy a better life and o streamline the efforts here.
About Our Program
Our Alcohol & Drug Non-Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (Intensive Outpatient-IOP) is specially designed for individuals suffering from Alcohol/Opioid dependencies. As the name implies, the program does not require participants to become residents with us. However, our counselors are available on site and hold group counseling sessions between 9 am to 12 pm and 6 pm to 9 pm from Mondays to Fridays (Saturdays and Sundays also scheduled based on patient need).
Our Alcohol & Drug Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (In-Patient) is also specially designed for individuals suffering from Alcohol/Opioid dependencies which may or may not include Mental Health diagnoses. The program does require participants to become residents with us for up to 60 days. Daily activities are structured as we work towards achieving sobriety as well as preparing for re-entry towards independent living. Counselors and Peer Recovery Support Staff are available on-site and hold group counseling sessions as scheduled.
Our counselors are also available to counsel individuals and families dealing with trauma and other mental, behavioral disorders. We have a medical team that can provide Vivitrol, Suboxone, Subutex, and other drugs used in the treatment of opioid addiction. Our Medical Team is also responsible for ensuring that emergencies are appropriately handled.
We also have alliances with other community organizations to assist in proper diagnosis and medication management for those individuals that have been identified as having a co-occurring disorder.