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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 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

·         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

·         Thinking for a Change

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff- Cognitive-Behavioral curriculum developed by the National Institute of Corrections that concentrates on changing criminogenic thinking

·         Life Skills

o   Facilitated by BDRC staff using Hazelden curriculum

·         Drug & Alcohol Education

o   Facilitated by Masters level clinician using Hazelden Curriculum

·         Living in Balance

o   Facilitated by Masters level clinician using Hazelden Curriculum

·         Community Engagement

o   The CES provides intensive case management services to high risk offenders with a history of a felony conviction and underlying substance abuse disorder

 

 

 

Participants newly referred to the BDRC will be assessed by case management staff and issued a 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 average length of time required to participate in treatment is 6-9 months.  Participants are required to fulfill the obligations of their treatment plans, which are established by BDRC Staff. 

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