Outpatient Services

Basic Outpatient

Provides an organized, professionally directed treatment program designed to help achieve permanent changes in an individual’s alcohol or other drug-using behavior. These services address major lifestyle, attitudinal and behavioral issues to allow the patient to develop a self-directed recovery program and to support his/her ability to cope with major life tasks without the use of alcohol or other drugs.  Three curriculum assists in addressing the specific needs of CODP patients and criminal justice patients.
  • “Wellness Recovery Action Planning” (WRAP) is a solution-focused and strengths-based relapse prevention plan that helps patients struggling with mental health and addiction develop a plan for living well. 
  • “Straight Ahead: Transitional Skills for Recovery” is a skill-building curriculum for developing a recovery lifestyle. This curriculum is a companion to the brief intervention skills groups used in the Intensive Outpatient Program. 
  • A new curriculum was added to assist the women’s specific Basic Counseling Program, “Helping Women Recover.” 

Intensive Outpatient

Provides structured day and evening treatment programs. These programs offer patient education, group counseling, and individual counseling while allowing the patient to apply newly acquired skills within the “real world” environment. Intensive Outpatient has added two new curricula to assist in addressing patients’ needs.
  • In Women’s Intensive Outpatient, the “Seeking Safety” curriculum has been implemented in order to address the high co-occurrence of trauma and addiction in this population. 
  • In order to address the needs of our criminal justice population, we have implemented brief intervention groups created by Texas Christian University, which focus on developing motivation for change, positive communication styles, understanding anger, developing social support networks, and challenging thinking errors. Both curricula focus on cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal skills building to achieve treatment goals. 

Intermediate Counseling  & Early Intervention

Intermediate Counseling and Early Intervention provides organized services that are designed to explore and address problems or risk factors that appear related to alcohol or other drug use. The goals are:
  •  To assist the individual to recognize the harmful consequences of substance use, make behavior changes, and avoid problems related to substance use. 
  • In each program, the primary counselor works with the patient to identify problems, establish goals, and commit to a plan of action. In addition to these primary outpatient treatment services.
  • Other Outpatient Services: 
    • DUI Program Services provide treatment through the use of a standardized remedial education program, a continuum of counseling services, including a post-discharge continuing care follow-up program, as well as providing Secretary of State alcohol and drug evaluation updates. 
    • Co-Occurring Disorder Program provides a co-occurring disorder group at both the Intensive and Basic levels for patients with substance use and psychiatric diagnosis. These groups are evidenced based and utilize a Co-Occurring Disorder Program curriculum from Dartmouth Medical School and is built on integrated combined therapies consisting of cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, and twelve-step facilitation. 

More Treatment Resources

Outpatient Virtual Schedule  

Session: Lydena Franklin COD-IOP / COD-BCP Groups
Days: Monday thru Friday
Time: 9 AM – 12 PM
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Meeting ID: 333 341 3876