TREATMENT RESOURCES

Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division (ADAD) Contracted Treatment Provider Agencies (Click Here) 

Treatment services available:

Social Detoxification: Social detoxification provides a residential treatment program that is organized to provide specialized non-hospital based interdisciplinary service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for persons with substance abuse problems.  It's purpose is to manage and monitor severe withdrawal symptoms from alcohol and/or drug addiction.  It requires appropriately licensed, credentialed and trained staff.  Those clients who develop medical complications or have pre-existing conditions requiring detoxification in a medical setting shall be referred to a hospital.

Residential:  Residential treatment provides 24-hour per day non-medical, non-acute care in a residential treatment facility that provides support for persons with alcohol and other drug problems and/or addiction.  It includes a planned regimen of professionally directed evaluation, treatment, and other ancillary and special services. 

Day Treatment:  Day treatment provides clinically intensive outpatient alcohol and/or other drug treatment services which has readily available access to health, behavioral health and laboratory services.  Day treatment programs shall include the following face-to-face activities: updated assessment, initial and updated health and wellness planning, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling and substance abuse education.  Day treatment programming may also include, but is not limited to: skill building groups, recreational therapy, cultural groups, family/couple counseling and substance abuse testing. 

Intensive Outpatient Treatment:  Intensive outpatient treatment provides outpatient alcohol and/or other drug treatment services which the client participates in accordance with an approved Individualized Treatment Health and Wellness Plan.  Intensive Outpatient Programs shall include the following face-to-face activities: updated assessments, initial and updated health and wellness planning, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, and substance abuse education and addiction care coordination.  Intensive outpatient programming may also include, but is not limited to: skill building groups, recreational therapy, cultural groups, family/couple counseling, substance abuse testing, and addiction care coordination and opioid treatment and recovery services.

Outpatient Treatment: Outpatient treatment provides non-residential comprehensive specialized services on a scheduled basis for individuals with substance abuse problems.  Professionally directed updated assessment, initial and updated health and wellness planning, and recovery services are provided to clients with less problematic substance abuse related behavior than would be found in a residential or intensive outpatient treatment program.  Outpatient program shall include the following face-to-face activities: assessment, initial and updated health and wellness planning, individual and group counseling and substance abuse education.  Outpatient services may also include, but are limited to: skill building groups, recreational therapy, cultural groups, family/couple counseling, substance abuse testing and opioid treatment and recovery services.

Opioid Recovery Services:  Opioid recovery services include all of the above treatment services in any of the above modalities as well as the following:  Daily Methadone Dosing, Take-Home Methadone Dosing, Buprenorphine, Buprenorphine/Naloxone, Naltrexone, Naloxone, Physician Office Visit, Monthly Toxicology Screening, Annual Physical Exam and Urinalysis (UA).

Recovery Support Services:

Therapeutic Living: Therapeutic living provides structured residential living to individuals who are without appropriate living alternatives and who are currently receiving, are in transition to, or who have been clinically discharged within six (6) months from a substance abuse Residential, Day, Intensive Outpatient, or Outpatient treatment service. 

Clean and Sober Housing:  Clean and sober housing provides housing to unrelated adults who are without appropriate living alternatives and who are participating in a substance abuse treatment agency's continuum of care or have been discharged within the past twelve months from a substance abuse treatment agency's continuum of care.


EMERGENCY RESOURCES

 
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