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Intensive and Low Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Intensive outpatient meets 3 times per week.
Low Intensive outpatient meets 2 times per week.
These two levels of care are provided within the same group and with the same counselor allowing for a seamless transition from one level of care to another without interrupting the therapeutic relationship.
Patients will learn new coping skills, develop a personal recovery plan, identify personal relapse triggers, complete Substance Use Disorder assignments, attend additional self help support groups, and obtain a sponsor/mentor.
Patients may then be transitioned into the Relapse Prevention and/or Continuing Care group for additional services depending upon the individual needs of each Patient.
Relapse Prevention & Continuing Care
Relapse Prevention Patients meet once a week to process the previous week, gain support, and identify what tools they have used or may need to use.
Continuing Care meets once a week and assists individuals in their ongoing recovery program by facilitating independence and involvement in support groups, sponsorship, and community involvement.
Day Treatment/Partial Hospitalization
DUI Education Seminars
This sixteen hour course uses the Prime for Life materials. Exercises provide the participants with structured opportunities to apply what they have learned through self examination of the actual and potential costs of DUI behavior to society and to the individual. This course is offered both evenings and weekends.
Minor in Possession (MIP) Seminars
Early intervention helps to reduce the risk of harmful behaviors such as drug and alcohol use. Research shows that individuals who start drinking before the age of 15 are four times more likely to meet the criteria for alcohol use disorder at some point in their lives.
This evidence-based 8-hour course uses the Prime for Life materials and is for those age 14 and older who may have increased risk for problems and may or may not be making high-risk choices. The course includes exercises which provide the participants with structured opportunities to apply what they have learned through self-examination of the actual and potential costs of substances use behavior to society and to the individual. This course is offered both evenings and weekends for individuals who have either had an evaluation with an MIP education class recommendation or have been court ordered for an MIP education class.
To provide additional support for our patients, ShareHouse offers Nationally Certified Peer Support Specialists. Our Recovery Coaches utilize their personal recovery experience to help guide and support you. They know firsthand what you are going through and are here to help. Whether it’s a personal meeting, call, or text of support, our Recovery Coaches are available day and night to help you in your recovery process.
Mental Health Clinic
Recovery Living is a 31 bed modern facility coupled with a sober-living environment for individuals in Recovery. Offering up to six months of additional support, Recovery Living is staffed 24 hours, provides drug-alcohol screening, and provides outpatient services to those who are in need of additional guidance.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Our staff have extensive experience working with judicial and legal jurisdictions to assist community members through their recovery journey. We provide members of the Drug Court Program a full continuum of care that ranges from residential services to outpatient services. All levels of care are individualized through personalized treatment plans based on specific needs of our patients. Paired with our Treatment University, other supportive services we have to offer include Case Management, Nursing, Mental Health, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Recovery Living, Supportive Housing, Seminars, and Peer Support.
If you have questions about drug court, please contact our Outpatient Clinic at 877-294-6561.