An Assessment is to determine what your overall needs are and to make recommendations for further intervention, counseling or treatment services as appropriate. We provide a complete biopsychosocial evaluation that takes into account your unique, personal situation to determine the extent of the problem. All assessments/evaluations are conducted by an experienced Ohio Licensed Professional. After the Assessment is complete, treatment recommendations are incorporated into an Individual Service Plan, (ISP) that provides specific goals and objectives to achieve quality care and a clear path to Recovery.
"Studies show that treatment approaches which involve the family have better engagement and higher rates of success"
The benefits of Family Alcohol and Drug Counseling include:
The goal of family counseling is to emphasize the strengths of the complete family and diminishing the influence of substance use for all in the family.
Home-Based counseling eliminates barriers for individuals and families who may not have child care options, have trouble securing transportation for office based services, or lack of funds. The focus on family preservation and engagement in the community is the cornerstone of home-based counseling. This model enables individuals and families to deter substance use "in their own environment", to feel less defensive, and to break down barriers, as opposed to going to an unfamiliar place. Home-based counseling offers accessibility to a wider range of people.
Through regularly scheduled counseling sessions with a Licensed Counselor, individuals have the opportunity to discuss their personal journey through addiction, treatment and recovery. The focus in this service is always placed on moving toward sustainable recovery.
Group counseling provides the opportunity for individuals struggling with addiction to come together in a safe, confidential, and understanding environment. Group time allows for a deeper understanding of the recovery process by learning about it from many different perspectives.
Each client is assigned a case manager to help stabilize or improve an individual's complex situation. Professional, licensed case managers are responsible for coordinating an individual service plan in conjunction with the client's needs, as well as, monitoring to identify potential relapse, treatment needs or change in level of care. The individual service plan may include assistance, such as, education, employment, housing, and medical to improve the lives of individuals and families.