Co-occurring Groups – These groups are multi-phased for those who have mental health and chemical dependency disorders.
Addiction-free Pain Management – This group meets for sixteen weeks. In this group you will learn how to identify inappropriate use of pain medication, including alcohol and/or other drugs. You will be introduced to alternative methods of coping with pain.
Family Programs – An evening program, facilitated by Jim Stagg. In this group you will learn about, re-building trust, healthy self-care, healing emotions, healthy boundaries, spirituality and recovery, overcoming denial, blended family issues, forgiveness, dealing with divorce and remarriage, 12-step self-help, anger management, and relapse prevention.
Native American Group – We are Native Americans in Recovery, we support and help one another work toward the freedom we deserve. We honor the past and embrace the future while working hard to achieve our common goal of sobriety. We pick each other up when we fall down and continue the journey. We seek a plan that leads to enlightenment.
What someone can expect when they request services:
Assessment – This is a two hour process when one meets with a chemical dependency professional to determine if one meets the criteria for substance abuse or substance dependence or no significant problem. This process also includes determination of treatment needs including referrals.
Intake Process – After one has been diagnosed then treatment planning starts. The intake process can take up to two hours. One will receive the readiness for change questionnaire and an ASAM Dimensional assessment checklist to determine treatment planning needs. After this process, one will be placed in an appropriate group and assigned to a primary counselor. This process is utilized for identifying individualized treatment needs.
We also offer Urinalysis services.