Outpatient Services and Programs
Accelerated Fast Track Substance Abuse Programs:
Complete your treatment program in a short span of time. *Must meet eligibility requirementsAnger Management:
Acquire new coping strategies to properly express feelings to others.
Anxiety and Depression (Tools for Stress, Tools for Anxiety, Coping Skills for Life):
Conquer your panic and anxiety or recurring depression. Regain your confidence. (12-week program including CDs & booklet)
Relieve withdrawal symptoms due to substance use and/or stress related illnesses.
Mandatory specimen analysis conducted to determine presence of illicit drugs. Conditions apply.
Drug Screen Monitoring:
Conducted as weekly service on random basis for clients who have been referred by their legal representative.
Family and Friends Educational Support Group:
Offered to family and friends of addicted and recovering clients, as well as those in the community, to understand the disease of addiction, and learn how to take care of themselves, while supporting an addicted loved one during the addiction disease (6-week program).
Family and Medical Leave Assessment (FMLA) for individuals and employers
Designed for employer referrals to assess whether an employee qualifies for medical leave due to job or personal stress/anxiety/depression/bereavement or other reason.
Family Therapy (Individual Families – Private Session):
Facilitates discussion and problem solving when the disease has wreacked havoc onto the family structure to the point that the whole family structure is unable to cope.
Six free counseling sessions are available to widows and widowers. Recipients of the free counseling must have been legally married to receive this service. Grievance counseling is available to all others at the individual counseling rate.
Professional Counseling (Individual):
Encourages free expression of client’s feelings to promote optimal mental and emotional well-being.
SmartRecovery Onsite Group Meetings:
Wednesday nights at 7:00. One hour meetings.
Substance Abuse Assessments (Court Ordered/Initial):
Court-ordered pre-evaluation to determine the most beneficial course of treatment.
Substance Abuse Counseling:
Individual counseling to address substance use.
Substance Abuse Evaluation for DOT Employees:
Assessment conducted by qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) to determine the most beneficial course of treatment.
Substance Abuse Group:
Open discussion guided by counselor on various topics.
**This service is offered free of charge to those who are unemployed and/or uninsured. This service can be used alone or in conjunction with Recovery Coaching and/or counseling services.
*CONTACT US AT 540-898-2020 TO DISCUSS SERVICE FEES*
**FEES & SERVICES MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT ADVANCE NOTICE**