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Treatment

 

Treatment services available through the BDRC may include:

 

·         Outpatient substance abuse assessment and treatment.

o   Participants assessed and treatment planned using the evidence based LS/CMI- Level of Service Case Management Inventory

·         Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP).

o   SAMSHA approved curriculum facilitated by Master’s level clinician.

·         Individual therapy facilitated by Masters level clinicians

·         Peer Recovery Coaching and Groups.

o   Facilitated by BDRC Peer Recovery Coaches

·         Career Development

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff- Job searching, interviewing skills, resume building.

·         Parenting

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Family Development Resources Curriculum- Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Activities for Families/Parents

·         Criminal and Addictive Thinking

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden Curriculum

·         12-Step Facilitation

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden Curriculum

·         Men in Recovery

o   Facilitated by BDRC Peer Recovery Coach

·         Women in Recovery

o   Facilitated by BDRC Peer Recovery Coach

·         Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff- Evidence based curriculum developed by University of Cincinnati

·         Life Skills

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden curriculum

·         Drug & Alcohol Education

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden Curriculum

·         Living in Balance

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden Curriculum

 

 

 

 

Participants newly referred to the BDRC will be assessed by case management staff and issued an individualized treatment plan which may consist of any of the following:

·         Inpatient detox/treatment 30-45 days

·         Intensive Outpatient Treatment- 3 days/week, 3 hours/day

·         Outpatient Treatment- 2-3 days/week, 1-3 hours/day

·         Individual Therapy- 1 day/week, 1 hour/day

·         Peer Recovery Coaching- 1 day/week, 1 hour/day

·         Random Drug/alcohol screening

 

The minimum amount of time required to participate in treatment is 12 months.  Participants are required to fulfill the obligations of their treatment plans, which are established by BDRC Staff. 

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