Community Services Programs

Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program Descriptions

Also in Microsoft Word* | Adobe PDF*

Module Service Description
Outpatient Care Alcohol & Drug Outpatient Counseling A treatment program providing a range of services including alcohol/drug evaluation, treatment & aftercare services. These services may also be provided to the families of substance abusers and other concerned persons, whether or not the primary abuser is receiving services.
Opiod Supervised Withdrawal and Maintenance Treatment Opioid Supervised Withdrawal and Maintenance Treatments are adjunctive treatments for individuals with a current serious physiological opiate addiction. A client must have an addiction of at least one-year duration in order to qualify for maintenance treatment. The administration of Opioid agonists will require compliance with a variety of Federal and State laws, and will also involve oversight by Federal and State agencies to monitor compliance with these laws and regulations. Opioid maintenance and treatment involves the administration of specific Opioid agonists under the supervision of the program.
Residential Programs Residential Rehabilitation - Alcohol & Drug Provides substance abuse treatment services in a full (24 hour) residential setting. Provides a scheduled treatment program, which consists of diagnostic, educational, and counseling services: and shall refer clients to support services as needed. Clients are routinely discharged to various levels of outpatient or aftercare services.
Residential - Alcohol & Drug Extended Care Providing long-term supportive, structured environment for substance abusers with extensive substance abusers with extensive substance abuse and/or mental health debilitation. Requires sustained abstinence and provides treatment in a supervised living experience within the program. Program services are varied in character, each designed to be appropriate to the program’s target group. Outcome goals may range from custodial care to further treatment services and recovery. Usually exceeds 180 days.
Residential - Alcohol & Drug Detoxification – SocialSetting Residential program for clients with sub-acute problems related to alcohol/drug abuse including immediate medical evaluation, diagnosis and care. Emphasis on counseling rather than medical detoxification. Available 24 hours a day.
Residential - Alcohol & Drug
Shelter
Provides food, lodging, and clothing for abusers of alcohol and drugs, with the purpose of protecting and maintaining life and motivating them to seek substance abuse treatment. Shelter shall be a pre-treatment service usually operated in connection with a Detoxification component. At a minimum, shelter shall be provided 12 hours per day.
Residential - Alcohol & Drug
Extended Shelter
Provides structured treatment environment for clients on waiting list for treatment, or who have either completed a detox program or are otherwise not in need of detoxification and who need a social support system to enable them to remain sober for a period of time before returning to the community or move to another treatment. Limited to 45 days without a documented assessment of client need.
Residential - Alcohol & Drug
Halfway House
A community-based, peer-oriented residential program that provides age appropriate treatment and supportive services in a chemical free environment for persons involved in a recovery process. Programs are varied in character; each designed to relate to the target group served, taking into consideration the needs of the individual. The Halfway House shall assess the cultural, social, and vocational needs of the clients it serves. Thus, the Halfway House program may offer services, which vary in intent and intensity depending on the needs and nature of the persons it serves. In any instance, the program will provide the transitional assistance in bridging the gap between substance abuse and society.
Non Residential Rehabilitation Alcohol & Drug – Nonresidential Rehabilitation (Intensive Outpatient) An intensive & structured program of alcohol & drug assessment, diagnosis & treatment services in a nonresidential setting. Sometimes referred to as day treatment, intensive outpatient (IOP), or partial hospitalization. Care consists of a structured sequence of multi-hour clinical & educational sessions, scheduled 3 or more days per week with a minimum of 9 hours per week.
D.E.E.P. Driver Education Evaluation Program
(DEEP)
Clients served are those convicted of Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol and other drugs and those whose licenses are administratively suspended because of drinking & driving. Programs with certified outpatient care components are eligible to provide evaluation & treatment to referrals from DEEP.
Inpatient Care Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient
Detoxification
Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Detoxification provides persons having acute problems related to withdrawal from alcohol or other drugs with immediate assessment, diagnosis, medically managed detoxification, and medical treatment for other acute illness. The program will provide for appropriate referral and transportation for continuing treatment. The program will provide for appropriate referral and transportation for continuing treatment. The program will provide the services on a 24-hours per day basis.
Medically Monitored
Inpatient Detoxification
Medically Monitored Inpatient Detoxification provides persons having acute problems related to withdrawal from alcohol or other drugs with immediate assessment, diagnosis, medically monitored acute detoxification and related treatment, and medical treatment for other acute illness. The program will provide for appropriate referral and transportation for continuing treatment. The program will provide the services on a 24-hour per day basis