Addiction is different for each individual and treatment should be tailored to address one’s unique set of addiction characteristics at every stage of recovery. Our substance abuse programs at Community Counseling Center are designed with long-term recovery as the objective.
We strive to create an environment that fosters our recovery values, while providing enough guidance and support to allow clients to make choices and actively participate in determining what recovery means to each of them. We strongly believe that recovery is a supportive process where a person is encouraged to maximize their life and achieve a sense of balance and fulfillment. It is a deeply personal and self-directed process built on hope, empowerment, meaningful roles and spirituality.
We encourage anyone who needs help to contact us today so that we can go over the options that will optimize the chance for long-term sobriety.
Every individual has unique needs when it comes to substance abuse treatment. When a person enters treatment, it’s important to provide them with the proper level of care. At Community Counseling Center, we offer a continuum of services to ensure patients receive the treatment they need.
Intensive outpatient drug & alcohol treatment (IOP) is a structured program of substance abuse treatment that is administered in the form of scheduled group therapy and individual counseling. IOP is recommended on an individual basis based on a person's needs and the evaluation of our expert staff. Our staff providing IOP addiction treatment have one goal: your successful recovery.
We are proud to be a leading provider of innovative programs designed to serve as a more effective alternative to incarceration. With a strong network of partnerships including local courts, legal defenders, and the local jails, we are able to help clients who are incarcerated by developing treatment programs that support rehabilitation without jailing
Group and individual therapy sessions can cover a range of important topics. Groups can discuss problems faced by members of the group, engage with each other and staff about difficulties faced by newly sober people and much more. Individuals will also be educated about the years of literature available in substance abuse and sobriety programs while engaging in an active, interactive group process. The disease of addiction is a huge burden, but the journey is taken step by step.
Dual diagnosis treatment focuses on co-occurring disorders such as any mental health disorder like anxiety or depression along with a substance use disorder. It is extremely common for both of these complications to exist together.
Peer Support Specialists are people who struggled with addiction. They are those that have not only achieved sobriety but continue to live a life in sobriety. They are able to share their experiences to shape their guidance and advice to support you on the road to recovery. Having a system of support helps strengthen your recovery. Having the additional care and support from someone who has been where you are strengthens your chance for successfully staying sober
Case management is a collaborative process that is designed to assess, plan and facilitate the needs of an individual or family's comprehensive health needs. Our case management services are highly personalized because each client’s needs are unique. We are driven to ensure that our clients are aligned with the most appropriate and efficient treatment programs.
The SMART Recovery approach to recovery is summarized in the Four-Point program.
SMART Recovery teaches how to:
Addiction comes in various forms and so does its treatment. Specialty therapies provide addiction treatment based on the patient’s specific needs. Different types of counseling and specialty therapies provide a specific treatment environment for patients to start their recovery. At Community Counseling Center we offer a range of specialty therapies to address our patients’ substance abuse patterns and mental health issues.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of psychotherapy that is used to treat a variety of mental health conditions. It has proven to be very effective in addiction rehab. DBT helps people struggling with substance use disorders learn new skills to solve the problems that are causing their addiction. These skills include distress tolerance, emotional regulation, interpersonal communication, and mindfulness. During dialectical behavior therapy, recovering addicts are taught coping strategies that are critical in helping them move away from drug and alcohol use.
Trauma due to abuse and violence is shockingly common in the United States. Trauma and substance abuse are undeniably linked. Some people are driven to addiction as a method of coping with severe trauma. Others lead a lifestyle of addiction which predisposes them to traumatic experiences. Oftentimes, the situation is complicated, and it is impossible to tell what came first – trauma or addiction. What we know for sure is that trauma and substance use disorders often go hand-in-hand. Our therapists practice trauma-focused therapy that recognizes and emphasizes the impact of traumatic experiences on a person’s addictive behaviors.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy technique that helps recovering individuals overcome substance abuse. This is accomplished by changing the way an individual thinks and behaves. In addition to addiction treatment, CBT is also useful in managing a wide range of mental health problems that frequently co-occur with substance use disorders, including anxiety and depression.
Seeking Safety is a therapeutic program for people suffering from trauma, substance abuse, and/or posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Seeking Safety helps patients recover from their traumatic past so they can regain the footing they need to move forward in life. However, unlike other trauma-focused therapies, Seeking Safety does not ask the client to delve deep into the recesses and details of the trauma. For many, this can bring up too much emotional pain. Rather, the treatment focuses on the present. It asks clients to envision what safety would currently feel like in their lives. Then, it teaches them coping skills to achieve that vision