Comprehensive substance abuse and mental health assessment services are offered to individual seeking treatment at CCRS. An assessment is the first step to determine how CCRS can best meet the needs of the individual. Trained and compassionate counselors gather information and make recommendations for further treatment when necessary. The assessment typically last approximately 2 hours.
If it is determined that the individual’s needs would be better met in another setting, CCRS’ counselors will assist the individual with a referral or linkage to another agency.
Individuals with a dual diagnosis have substance abuse and mental health concerns. The best chance for a successful long term recovery requires expertise and an experienced, highly trained team that uses an integrated service approach for treatment.
Counseling is a dynamic change process offered by a trained professional in a safe and caring environment. Counselors assist individuals in achieving positive behavior changes for long term recovery.
Outpatient treatment groups meet weekly for a period of six to eight weeks. Treatment is designed to assist patients in assessing personal substance use, abuse and any co-occuring mental health disorder in order to make any necessary changes in behavior. Additional Outpatient Treatment is available to patients who have completed the Intensive Outpatient Program for support and additional knowledge regarding recovery.
CCRS provides confidential, client-centered counseling for HIV and Hepatitis C infections. The services include HIV and Hepatitis C education, testing, and counseling services that are anonymous, private, and at no cost to the patient. Further services include a personal risk assessment and development of individual strategies to reduce risk of infection and support in proactive behavioral changes. The HIV Specialist provides an outreach program in the community.