- DUI Education & Therapy (Level I & II) – We offer a variety of group times in the morning, afternoon and evenings for Level II Education and Therapy with our group of substance abuse counselors. In addition to Level II treatment, we also offer Level I groups.
- DUI Level II Four Plus- we now are offering Level II 4 Plus for individuals who have been court ordered after receiving four or more DUIs. The program runs for a 18 months and we will work with you to develop a treatment plan.
- Relapse Prevention – For clients who are newly sober, trying to maintain sobriety, or need some additional help, we offer an excellent option in our Relapse Prevention treatment program. Mixing CBT, DBT and mindfulness, this group aims to meet clients where they are and assist in maintaining sobriety from substances, processes, and disorders.
- Domestic Violence (DVOMB Approved) – We offer DVOMB approved treatment for clients who are required to complete DV treatment. We offer a morning, afternoon, and evening option for clients. This treatment is progress based and often runs between six and ten months, depending on the client’s participation and movement on the competencies. We run our groups from a supportive and empowering model that encourages clients to increase their awareness of themselves, their emotional regulation, and increasing empathy to generate connection in all areas of their life.
- Anger Management – Anger Management is about learning our triggers and finding ways to cope – not to become emotionless! Our program offers a structured, progress based model to help clients understand their own thoughts and feelings with a wide variety of coping skills and discussion.
- Mental Health – There are many directions that mental health treatment takes and our diverse groups of counselors come with a large body of skills to utilize in order to help clients cope, process, and move forward. Treatment can be done either individually or in a group setting.
- Evaluations/Assessments – We provide court approved evaluations for Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Anger Management, and Domestic Violence
- Evaluations are often extensive procedures that require the client to participate in a clinical interview, provide information via legal documents, and partake in psychological testing. Evaluations are often required when the courts are trying to determine whether or not treatment is needed. Because of the lengthy process, evaluations are often more expensive than other types of procedures.
- Assessments are a more cost-effective option if it is known that a client needs to participate in treatment but the length, type, or severity needs to be looked at
Please note that children (under the age of 18) are not allowed in our office unless they are a client