Our programs are designed to enable participants to consider attitudes and behavior, support positive lifestyle changes, and reduce or eliminate the use of alcohol and/or drugs.
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|Six - Educations||12 hours|
|Twenty-six - Groups||52 Hours|
|Twenty- Six - Face to Faces||6.5 Hours|
|Six Re-entry Sessions||6 Hours|
|MADD - VIP||1|
Education Sessions – Six (2 hour sessions)
Each participant will complete six education sessions which are designed to provide information on the inherent dangers in driving under the influence, the legal, social, and physical aspect of alcohol and drug use related to a participant’s lifestyle, and the cycle alcohol and drug addiction.
Group Sessions – Twenty-Six (2-hour sessions)
This is a facilitated group meeting in which participant’s meet to exchange ideas, to discuss their own behavior and attitudes, and to support and encourage positive changes in each others’ lifestyle to facilitate resolution of problems related to the use of alcohol and other drugs.
Individual Sessions (Face to Face) Twenty-Six (15-minute sessions)
This is a meeting in which the participant and a counselor meet to interact on a individual basis to discuss the participants behavior and attitudes and to support and encourage positive changes in the participants lifestyle to facilitate resolutions of problems related to the use of alcohol and other drugs. To discuss the participant progress in the program, identify problems which may be a barrier to program completion, and to refer the participant to ancillary services when appropriate, based on the participants needs.
Community Re-entry (18-month program only) – Six (1-hour sessions)
During the last six months of participation, the participant will attend monthly re-entry sessions. These sessions focus on community re-entry activities with self-help groups, employment, family, relapse prevention strategies, and other areas of self-improvement.
Alcohol and Drug Assessment
During the intake each participant will complete an alcohol drug assessment to help evaluate the participant understanding of their substance abuse history.