We offer a variety of outpatient programs at several locations throughout southeast Michigan. Depending on your needs, your therapist or health professional will recommend a program for you. You may move into more or less intensive programs as you progress through recovery.
General Outpatient Program
This includes weekly group and monthly individual sessions with a licensed therapist to learn about and discuss issues such as triggers, challenges, and accomplishments that help you change behavior. Therapy is science-based and focused on helping you recognize behavior patterns and change them, so that you can lead a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Family therapy sessions are included as part of the general therapy program.
Intensive Outpatient Program
This requires a larger time commitment — at least nine hours each week for nine to 12 weeks. You will have individual therapy sessions and group sessions, and develop plans for recovery and relapse prevention. If you have an additional mental health condition such as anxiety or depression, you will have access to additional group specializing in “co-occurring” issues.
Therapy is science-based and focused on helping you recognize behavior patterns and change them, so that you can lead a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Family therapy sessions are included as part of the program.
Medication-Assisted Treatment Program
Therapists and medical providers can help you with medication that will reduce urges and cravings, which aids in the recovery process. You must participate in a therapy program to receive medical assistance.
Early Intervention Program
Those who are at risk of developing a substance use disorder may be referred to this educational program. The program includes 10 weekly group therapy sessions and two individual therapy sessions. You will learn about the physiological and social effects of substance abuse and criminal behavior. You also will learn problem solving techniques and will learn about treatment and recovery.
Naloxone Training Program
This program helps you learn how to prevent and respond to overdose situations. You will learn to understand what an overdose is, how to recognize it, how to prevent an overdose, and how to respond to an opiate overdose. You also will receive a Naloxone kit, which will reverse an opiate overdose, and will receive training on how to use it. We educate, train and issue these kits to clients, their family members, professionals and agencies.