This is a transitional program that allows the continuum of care for a client that has completed a treatment program, either IOP, OP, or inpatient. The client will attend 1 group session per week and 1 individual per month for a total of 26 weeks. The client will be required to continue working on step work and attend 3 CR/AA/NA/CMA meetings per week.
ALCOHOL/OTHER DRUG EDUCATION
This one-day Education Program (6 hrs) is designed for individuals who have experienced an isolated problem with their alcohol or other drug use. Individuals in this problem should not be demonstrating an established pattern of abuse and are not diagnosed as chemically dependent. The goal of this program will help clients modify their values and beliefs regarding chemical use. Clients will be encouraged to make commitments to behavioral changes that will help them avoid future problems.
Free-CHRIST-CENTERED 12-Step Study
Our Christian based 12-step program presents a Christ-Centered, biblical approach to recovery. Clients will attend one group session per week for a total of 26 weeks. This program is offered at NO COST to the participants and includes the Christ-Centered 12 step workbook and Recovery Bible. CR attendance is encouraged at least once a week. Clients are required to complete all 12 steps of the Christ-Centered 12-Step program prior to discharge from the six-month aftercare/continuing care program. Our Christian based rehab program presents a Christ-Centered, biblical approach to recovery.
TRADITIONAL INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
This eight-week Intensive Outpatient Program meets three times a week for three hours and is designed for individuals who have experienced repeated problems with their alcohol or other drug use and have been demonstrating signs and symptoms of chemical dependency. In addition, clients will be required to meet individually with their counselor on a weekly basis. CR/AA/NA./CMA attendance is required at least twice a week. Clients will generally complete the first three steps of the CR/AA/NA/CMA program during the initial six-week program. Clients are required to complete all 12 steps of the CR/AA/NA/CMA program prior to discharge from the six-month aftercare/continuing care program. The Traditional Intensive Outpatient program is for individuals who are at a variety of different stages in his/her journey of recovery and are based on God as the individual may currently understand Him (as presented in the program of Alcoholics Anonymous).
This six-week Outpatient Program meets one time a week for three hours for group sessions and 3 individual sessions (1 at the beginning, 1 in the middle, and 1 at the end) and is for individuals who are demonstrating some pattern of chemical abuse but cannot be clearly diagnosed as chemically dependent. Clients will be asked to complete a timeline of their chemical use and share it with the treatment group. Clients will be required to complete individual assignments, attend group therapy, educational lectures, and individual counseling sessions. CR/AA/NA/CMA open meeting attendance of at least once a week is required to further expose clients to recovery and to help them better evaluate their own chemical use.
RELAPSE PREVENTION OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
This fifteen-week Relapse Prevention Program is for individuals who have either had previous treatment experiences or who have maintained a minimum of 6 months of sobriety/clean time through CR/AA/NA/CMA involvement but have failed to maintain long-term sobriety. Clients are required to meet individually with the counselor each week and bring their CR/AA/NA/CMA sponsor in for a conference. Clients will attend a 1.5-hour relapse prevention group weekly for the entire 15 weeks. During treatment, clients will explore their relapse cycles, gain an understanding of their relapse warning signs, complete values clarification, and develop a personalized relapse prevention checklist. Clients will also be required to attend a minimum of three CR/AA/NA/CMA meetings per week and complete all 12 steps of the CR/AA/NA/CMA program prior to graduating from the program.