Outpatient Services

Family Counseling

Family therapy is a type of psychological counseling (psychotherapy) that helps family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. It may include all family members or just those able or willing to participate. Family therapy sessions teach individuals skills to deepen family connections and get through stressful times. Family therapy frequency is based on the individual and family’s needs. (Mental Health, may be used in conjunction with AoD

Psychiatry

Psychiatry is a one on one medical service provided by a doctor to an individual in which the doctor completes a comprehensive medical assessment and determines whether or not certain medications may benefit an individual in treating mental health disorders. Upon identifying that an individual may benefit in managing mental health disorders through medication, the doctor meets with the individual in an ongoing manner. (Mental Health, ages 6 and up)

Individual Counseling

Outpatient individual counseling is one on one therapy services provided by a counselor to an individual struggling with substance use, mental health and co-occurring disorders. The program highlights an individual’s strengths and empowers the individual to build necessary skills to succeed in recovery. Individual counseling services are based on a person-centered plan.  (AoD and/or Mental Health, ages 4 and up).

Diagnostic Assessment (DA)

A diagnostic assessment is a written evaluation conducted by a clinical professional to determine whether an individual may be struggling with a substance use and/or mental health disorder. A clinical interview is conducted by a professional exploring an individual’s symptomology, functioning, history of mental health and/or substance use issues, family and social history.  (AoD and/or Mental Health, ages 4 and up)

Case Management

Case management services targets individuals who due to mental health and/or substance use disorder struggles are in need of additional care, support and assistance in the community. The case manager works with the individual to identify goals and needs and work collaboratively in an effort to achieve those goals. Case managers can assist individuals in connecting to community resources, achieving housing needs, securing employment, engaging in community participation, learning to budget and a variety of other skills and needs. The overall goal of case management is to assist the individual in becoming more independent and functional in their day to day life.  (Typically Mental Health, some AoD, ages 18 and up)

Drug Testing

Testing is conducted through urinalysis and oral swabs. All specimens are sent to an outside laboratory for analysis and confirmation of results. This process provides individuals in recovery with a level of accountability and provides treatment providers with tools to ensure individuals are active in their recovery.  (all AoD cases, regardless of age)