Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Programs

Adult outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs were integrated in 2008 in order to provide unified, holistic, and seamless access to assessment and treatment for people with co-occurring disorders.  The overall objective of this integration was to provide best practices through co-occurring assessment, intervention, treatment and recovery.   This integration included forming one clinical team consisting of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, dually licensed/co-occurring capable clinicians, from Adult Outpatient, CRT, and Children’s services. 


Agency and Community–based ServicesScreenings

  • Comprehensive co-occurring assessment on all adult outpatient clients including placement criteria
  • Individual, family and group therapy
    • DBT (dialectical behavior therapy), stress management, anger management, and Seeking Safety groups
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Psychological evaluations
  • Psychiatry
  • Medication evaluation, management and consultation with primary care physicians and hospitals
  • Medication Assisted Therapy – case management
  • Eldercare community and office care
  • Correctional services – offender re-entry, SFI, Court Rapid Intervention Response, Family Treatment Court , Federal Contract for assessment and urinalysis
  • Treatment to high-risk offenders in transitional  structured community housing program
  • CRASH School and DWI screening and assessment
  • Rocking Horse program
  • Public Inebriate assessment and diversion bed
  • Reach Up case management and therapy
Adolescent Outpatient Services
Adolescents 12 to 19 years are provided substance abuse services including;

  • Co-occurring screening, assessment and evaluation
  • Individual and group treatment
  • Case management
  • School based intervention and support
  • Community assessment and treatment in collaboration with Youth Services

 

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