The purpose of a SUD evaluation is to determine whether an individual has a substance use disorder and what the most appropriate options are for treatment. In addition, the evaluation allows the clinician to determine the type and severity of the disorder.
Counseling is available one on one with a substance use professional. This service is an option for individuals involved with other substance use disorder services, or, as a standalone treatment service option. An individual must meet criteria for a SUD in order to participate in individual counseling.
Also referred to as Treatment Coordination, these services are provided to assist our clients in making necessary referrals when additional services appear appropriate. Care coordination also involves collaboration with other professionals working with the client to promote health and wellness in all facets of a client’s life.
These rehabilitative services are conducted by a trained staff designed to promote skill development and enhancement to assist a person in their recovery. Peer support services often occur in the community with the client on a 1:1 basis.