The Adult Substance Use Outpatient Program philosophy and goal is to provide accessible, respectful, person-centered and trauma-informed evidenced-based practice (EBP) treatment services to assist clients with improving their quality of life. The program utilizes the Matrix Model which was developed in 1980s to help with abstinence and recovery from stimulants like methamphetamine and cocaine. The Matrix Model treatment components include individual counseling sessions, early recovery skills groups, relapse prevention groups, family education groups, urine drug screening and breath tests, 12-step programs, and social support groups.
Individualized treatment services are driven by Stages of Change and use modalities from Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The Adult Outpatient Program provides individual counseling, case management and the following groups:
- Contemplation – This group is for men and women who would benefit from exploring the extent of their problems related to substance use.
- Addiction Relapse Prevention (ARP) – A group for men who are abstinent and actively working on their recovery. It utilizes relapse prevention curriculum from the Matrix Model.
- Moving Forward – An integrated treatment group for men with substance use disorders who have experienced trauma. The goal of the group is to increase healthy coping strategies related to the impact of trauma and substance use and does not focus on the trauma itself. The evidence-based curriculum, Seeking Safety, is utilized in the group.
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