Co-Occurring Individual Counseling
A qualified substance abuse professional is available for face to face counseling in accordance with the client’s treatment plan in order to resolve problems related to the client’s co-occurring mental disorders and substance use disorders which interfere with the client’s functioning. Individual co-occurring counseling may also include face to face interaction with one or more members of the client’s family for the purpose of supporting the client’s recovery.
Co-Occurring Group Counseling
A qualified substance abuse professional is available for face to face interaction among two or more clients designed to promote self understanding, self esteem and resolution of problems related to documented mental disorders and substance use disorders through personal disclosure and interpersonal interaction among group members. Group size is limited to 10 persons.
Co-Occurring Group Education
This service is designed to assist clients in the management of substance use and mental health disorders. Services are delivered through structured, didactic methods to increase knowledge of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The primary goal is to restore lost functioning and promote reintegration and recovery through knowledge of one’s disease, symptoms, understanding of the “triggers” of crisis, crisis planning, community resources, medication action and interaction, etc. Group size is limited to 20 persons.