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Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs

CPI offers two levels of treatment to help adults who require services to address issues with alcohol and/or illicit substances including street drugs and non-prescribed medication. Our substance use disorder treatment promotes abstinence while following a harm reduction model.

Outpatient Program (OP)

Many clients can successfully address their substance use issues by participating in our Outpatient Program, commonly referred to as OP. Clients in OP typically see a Substance Abuse Counselor for an hour of individual and/or group counseling on weekly basis.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Clients who require a higher level of care are offered services in our Intensive Outpatient Program commonly referred to as IOP. Clients in IOP are required to attend a three-hour block of group counseling at least three days each week. A client may participate in morning groups or in evening groups as follows:

 

From 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

From 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

Outside of nine to twelve hours of group therapy, every client also has a weekly individual session with a Substance Abuse Counselor.

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Family Services

Family counseling is also provided when a client and their family are both willing to participate. A monthly support and education group is also available for interested families.

 

Drug Testing

Clients in IOP are drug tested on weekly basis while clients in OP are tested on a random basis.

 

Co-Occurring Services

Some clients have a co-occurring mental health issue in addition to a substance use issue. Specially trained Counselors are available to address such issues and clients will have the opportunity to meet individually with a prescriber for psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring.

 

The intake process for adults seeking substance use treatment consists of an hour long substance use assessment by a qualified professional, a urine drug test, a conversation explaining the program structure and a determination of the appropriate level of treatment for the client.

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