Addiction Services

Addiction services help individuals/families use their strengths to address their substance use issues.

Services include:

DUI Class

Class participants receive a variety of educational experiences. Each participant develops and implements a “Personal Change Plan” to prevent future problems with alcohol and/or other drugs.

Adult Intensive Outpatient Treatment

The purpose of primary addiction treatment (IOP) is to educate participants about the disease of addiction, then to help them recognize symptoms of their addition. The preferred treatment outcome is for each participant to live a sober life.

Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse Treatment (CBISA)

This curriculum, developed by the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute, is designed for individuals, who are at moderate to high need substance users and is well-suited for criminal justice populations. The program places heavy emphasis on skill building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skill development.

Cannabis Youth Treatment (CYT)

CYT is an evidenced based program that serves youth between ages 12 and 18. The duration of this group lasts between 5-8 weeks depending on the needs of each individual. CYT is broken down into two individual sessions with three group sessions to follow. CYT focuses on providing support and information about coping and to help each individual with substance-related problems. The group sessions allow each adolescent a chance to practice a variety of coping skills and get feedback from other participants while building resilience to peer pressure and avoiding high-risk situations.

Continued Care/Aftercare

Continued Care is a variety of groups held weekly for individuals who have successfully completed primary addiction treatment (IOP) and now need to develop an addiction-free lifestyle. Required components are: Relapse Prevention, Spirituality, Responsible Thinking, Social and Recreational Skills, and Family Relationships.

Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)

MRT is a behavioral therapy technique to improve moral reasoning, ethical decision making and moral conduct. The program is effective for clients who show resistance to change. The benefits of MRT are enhancing personality functioning, increased and moral reasoning and sense of purpose. The program is delivered through group and individual discussions, workbook exercises, group activities, and journaling.