6-Month Private Outpatient Program
Designed especially for individuals who are employed or have other daily obligations and require a high level of flexibility in a treatment program schedule.
The individual is able to carry out most daily activities, but has identified that symptoms impair their daily lives. Individuals may attend as many groups a week as needed, with a flexibility of days and times.
Clinical interventions include individual and group psychotherapies, case management, and medication management. Individuals are highly motivated and appreciate the flexibility of this program. A family support group is available for family or significant others seeking support and education regarding their loved one’s addiction.
Services Included in the 6-Month POP:
Medical Detoxification – Physical History, Blood Work, Urine Drug Screen
Comprehensive medical evaluation by a physician – follow-up visits are as needed, based on diagnosis and medication regime
Prescription of detox and anticraving medications.
Treatment of Co-occurring disorders – Psychiatric assessment
Individual Therapy – weekly
Marriage and Family Counseling with Family Therapist
Nursing Consult – weekly or as needed; medication management, adjustments/refills
Administration of Vivitrol injection as needed
Random Urine Drug Screens
Aftercare planning for chronic illness
The following information describes the depth of treatment interventions and activities consistent with intensity of the 6-Month POP:
Education: Specific family/relationship issues and beliefs surveyed, how symptoms specifically impact individual and specific plan of action or ongoing treatment, skill refinement and changes, understand how changes occur and impact daily living; safety plan required as needed.
Self-Assessment: Continued refinement of self-awareness and ability to change; explore and develop understanding that change as a person is constant even though successful changes have occurred, more changes will follow.
Coping Self-Care: Refining daily life structure of bed/wake times, leisure/exercise routines, ability to monitor/recognize symptoms and utilize skills to prevent relapse, request help, seek support or encourage others to offer ideas and solutions.
Interpersonal Communication: Continued activation of skills, use of support system an processing events with counselor and support system.