Programs

Prevention / Education

Services are provided to aid in the ongoing commitment to prevent alcohol and other drug abuse.  Information and evidence-based prevention programs are provided for the schools and community.  Consultation is also available.


Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP)

ADSAP is a statewide education and treatment program designed for persons convicted of driving under the influence (DUI).  The major purpose of the program is to reduce the frequency of alcohol and other drug related traffic accidents, fatalities and property damage and to intervene at an early state in the development of alcohol problems.


Community Based Treatment

These services are available to adolescents and adults in the community who have alcohol and other drug related problems.  Services are also available for those affected by another person’s use.


Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The employee assistance program helps employers retain valuable employees who have developed behavioral problems affecting job performance.  Employees and their families who are suffering from alcohol and other drug abuse or other behavioral problems are eligible for counseling.  Employers may contract with our agency to provide this service.  The program consists of education, intervention, treatment, and referral services.


Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our Intensive Outpatient Program is a cost effective addictions treatment program.  It allows people to live at home and possibly even continue working while receiving treatment.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment may include:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • After-Care Services

Offender Based Intervention (OBI)

This program provides services to persons who are referred as a condition of sentence, probation, or parole.  Services are typically for alcohol, drug or related offences.


Adolescent Services

Services are also available for adolescents who have alcohol and/or other drug related problems.

Prevention and Outpatient Treatment