Outpatient Treatment

Managed Care Center offers three separate outpatient programs.

The
Adult General Outpatient Program is designed to provide treatment services that facilitate recovery from substance abuse and dependence for individuals who do not require a more structured environment such as residential services to achieve abstinence and meet treatment goals. Individuals in this program attend groups during the evenings Monday through Thursday. Individual counseling sessions are provided a minimum of every two weeks. Individuals receive drug and alcohol education, individual and group counseling, life skills training (i.e. stress management and communication skills) and other activities that enhance efforts at maintaining recovery.

The Specialized Female Outpatient Treatment Program is designed for women who are pregnant or have dependent children. The program provides trauma-informed and gender-specific treatment services that facilitate recovery from substance abuse and dependence for women who do not require a more structured environment. The services are comprehensive and coordinated to facilitate stable recovery and preservation of the individual’s family. Individuals in this program attend groups during the mornings and evenings Monday through Thursday. Individual counseling sessions are provided a minimum of every two weeks. Individuals receive drug and alcohol education, individual and group counseling, parenting, life skills training (i.e. stress management and communication skills) and other activities that enhance efforts at maintaining recovery.

The Adolescent Outpatient Program is for individuals ages 13 to 17 who do not require a more structured environment for treatment such as residential services to achieve abstinence and meet treatment goals. Young adults aged 18 to 21 may be admitted when the screening process indicates the individual’s needs and experiences are similar to those of adolescents clients. Family participation is strongly encouraged beginning with the development of an individualized treatment plan that addresses all areas of concern identified in the assessment process. Individuals attend individual sessions weekly and a minimum of two groups per week. Family groups and home visits are an integral part of the program to assist the family in developing a commitment to recovery and to improve family functioning.
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