Recovery Management (1 ASAM)- Non-Intensive Outpatient Services or Recovery Management serves clients who require minimal, structured support in a therapeutic group setting once a week and who have achieved some recovery and daily living skills. Recovery Management is where clients work on refining skills learned and progress achieved in the tasks of daily living, the recovery process, attaining a sober support network, repairing relationships, and education surrounding the effect that Substance Use Disorders have on everyday life.
The Recovery Management Program consists of two (2) hours of therapeutic, psycho-educational groups once a week and one (1) hour of individual counseling every 21 days, or more often if needed, with the Primary Counselor.
Men and women 18+ years old with current DSM5 Substance Use Disorder diagnosis.
Medical conditions that do not require hospitalization and are being managed appropriately with medication and/or treatment under the care of a medical professional.
Clients with severe psychiatric disorders must be stabilized and not currently experiencing audio or visual hallucinations, prior to consideration for admission.
Significant treatment needs in emotional, behavioral, and cognitive conditions or a significant history of trauma
Able to manage anger and participate effectively in the milieu.