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Substances & Behaviors
Substance and process addictions are one of our nation’s major problems and demands effective treatment. We offer both individual and group therapy to engage anyone affected with a substance use or process disorder. Individual therapy provides an opportunity to become educated about alcohol and drugs, learn skills essential to recovery, and develop strategies to prevent relapse.
Early Intervention

Treatment can be highly effective in providing support and solutions in times of distress and trouble. Cognitive behavioral therapy, in particular, may help people develop healthier and more creative lifestyles, hence becoming a powerful source of stabilization to them, their families and the community. Outpatient therapy works even when people are experiencing drug or alcohol addiction while suffering from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or any other mental health condition.
This is known as having co-occurring disorders.
Information gathering
Drug & Alcohol Assessment
ASAM Level of Care determination
Structured educational
Aftercare Treatment
Twelve+ weeks of treatment consecutively
Relapse Prevention
Relapse planning and maintance stage
Drug & Alcohol Tests
Random drug screenings
Treatment Process
Drug & Alcohol Assessment
Individual and/or Group Therapy
Support Group Attendance (Optional)
Random Drug Screens
Treatment Goals
  1. To identify the causes and consequences of substance abuse
  2. To reduce or eliminate substance use
  3. To remove access to illegal and dangerous drugs
  4. To understand underlying co-occurring mental health issues
  5. To develop healthy coping techniques
  6. To connect treatment and recovery with support network
  7. To develop new and improved strategies to prevent drug use
  8. To achieve and maintain a meaningful, sustained recovery
Treatment Modalities
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

  • Seeking Safety
Urine Testing

Urine specimen collections may be collected during your treatment and sent to the lab for testing. We use the results to:
  1. Better determine your treatment plan
  2. Monitor your progress and adherence to treatment
  3. Identify needs for further assessment and substance abuse treatment, and
  4. Better coordinate your care.

Your therapist will determine how often samples are collected.

Concerned About Someone You Know?
You can always start a conversation about mental health to make them aware of treatment alternatives and how professionals can offer support and assistance. Although you may not necessarily convince them to seek treatment at this time, it can make them aware that you are concerned and that they can count on you. Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 9-8-8 or dial 9-1-1 for emergencies or immediate assistance.
Consultation • Education • Discussion • Collaboration • Assessment • Treatment • Monitoring • Management • Follow-Up
“One of the hardest things was learning that I was worth recovery.”
Demi Lovato