Services that are provided after formal treatment has been completed to
assist an individual in maintaining recovery.
The process by which a trained professional
uses evaluation tools to determine the nature and extent of an individual's
The care and treatment of an individual while he/she recovers from the
effects of intoxication or withdrawal. Depending on the condition of the
individual, withdrawal medications may (acute care)or may not (subacute
care) be used during the "detox" process.
An interaction carried out by a trained counselor designed to show the
individual the serious nature of his/her behavior and the effect that this
behavior has on others.
Individuals live in the facility where they are receiving care.
Treatment is provided in a clinic setting with the individual living in
their own home while in treatment.
Triage Crisis Services:
Acute care for individuals experiencing an array of problems associated
with substance abuse and mental health issues.
Individual, Group and Family Therapy:
These types of therapy are used in a comprehensive program. Individual
therapy consists of one on one sessions between the client and therapist.
Group therapy involves several individuals and one or two group leaders.
Family therapy involves the individual and his/her family and a therapist.
The lifelong process of making a successful adjustment to abstinence from
alcohol and other drugs.