Our counseling services consist of individual and group options with a focus on DBT, CBT, EMDR, Trauma, Motivational Interviewing, and other therapies. We offer evidence-based psychoeducational curriculums with topics including anger management, parenting, mindfulness, strengthening motivation, withdrawal, healthy boundaries, stages of change, SMART recovery….
Similar to outpatient counseling, our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) consists of an evidence-based psychoeducational curriculum with a focus on relapse prevention, triggers, and coping mechanisms. IOP is held three hours per day, three days per week with a range of recovery-focused topics covered.
Medication-assisted treatment services for those struggling with alcohol and opioid dependence. Suboxone and Vivitrol are FDA-approved treatment alternatives and when combined with counseling and case management programs, they can help create a comprehensive treatment plan to promote balance, stability, and longevity among all the clients we serve.
Psychiatry offered by CommonHealth Recovery involves thorough psychiatric evaluation with ongoing management of medication. Practitioners are Board Certified and are trained to manage severe mental health disorders in addition to substance use disorders.
Our integrated psychiatric approach Involves a treatment team of working counselors, case managers, and prescribers to provide a holistic approach to the patient.
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Care Navigation also known as Case Management offered by CommonHealth Recovery gives our clients the support they need. Our certified Care Navigators help connect clients to resources and provide advocacy and guidance throughout recovery. We assist our clients with food, housing, transportation, employment, disability, SNAP, other behavioral health referrals, on-call crisis support, and more…
Individuals who participate in our programs will have access to drug testing services. When patients enter our program, they will complete a screening so that our support professionals can help them to develop an appropriate recovery plan. Throughout the program, individuals will complete additional screenings in order to maintain a sense of accountability and to ensure that a safe recovery environment is maintained at all times.
Telehealth allows us to stay connected with patients even beyond the traditional treatment timeframe, which can be critical in the first 3-9 months after leaving a treatment program. It can also be an important first step for those just beginning their treatment journey, providing accessibility to providers and clinicians so patients can overcome some of the initial barriers that often stand in the way of getting help.