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Alternatives to Violence (ATV) – (Flyer) This aggression intervention program helps clients to recognize unhealthy behavior patterns and to enter the process of becoming non-abusive. Groups are available for both men and women.
Adolescent Substance Use Treatment – (Flyer) This program includes individual, family, and group counseling to provide assistance to both the adolescent and their entire family. In addition, parents are expected to attend a 10-week class, to learn how to support their child in their recovery from addiction.
Breaking the Cycle – This group treatment focuses on changing the patterns of substance use and addiction. Participants learn to identify personal triggers and patterns of addiction, as well as to develop healthy coping mechanisms, in order to achieve and maintain sobriety.
Women’s Specialty – (Flyer) Group and individual outpatient counseling, as well as case management services, are provided for women with substance us disorder, who are pregnant or who have children ages 18 and younger. Women’s issues discussed include relationships, self-help skills, co-dependency, and goal setting.
Recovery Peer Support Specialist Programming – This eight-week group discusses triggers, cravings, and the effects of substances on the body, as well as relapse prevention. Both individual and group services are offered by persons from the community who have a minimum of one year in recovery and who are continuing to attend 12-step recovery meetings.
Individual Case Management – Case managers assist clients in finding community resources and supports to help maintain long-term sobriety.
Early Intervention Program – (Flyer) This 12-session program is designed to raise awareness about the risks and consequences associated with alcohol and other drug use, for people who are thinking about treatment, or for those who are unsure if they have addiction or substance use issues.
Driver’s License Assessment – This assessment is conducted for individuals seeking to have their driver’s license reinstated following a suspension or revocation due to DUI/DWI. Clients are able to use this assessment, and subsequent recommendations, as part of the reinstatement process. The assessment may include recommendations for a return of driving privileges, with or without restrictions, or continued suspension or revocation.