Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS)
This is a 1 day course totaling 8 - 12 hours of classroom instructions. Individuals attend this course because their use of alcohol or other drugs has put them and others at risk. The course encourages effective decision making and reduction of recidivism by providing participants with accurate information about alcohol and other drugs while assisting them in making changes to their high risk substance use behavior.
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)
F.H. Counseling & Associates
Outpatient Treatment (OP)
Individual and group treatment services of varying duration and intensity according to a prescribed plan. It is a state approved non residential program which provides chemical dependency assessments, and an alcohol/ drug free counseling program for adults.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)
A higher intensity than Outpatient treatment. IOP is a concentrated 3x's per week commitment , non residential program of individual and group counseling, education, activities and their families.
Peer Support Servicesis a person with "lived experience" who has been trained to support those who struggle with mental health, psychological trauma, or substance use. Their personal experience of these challenges provide peer support specialists with expertise that professional training cannot replicate. We have BIPOC peers on board to assist individuals towards their goals.
Some roles filled by peer support specialists include assisting their peers in articulating their goals for recovery, learning and practicing new skills, helping them monitor their progress, supporting them in their treatment, modeling effective coping techniques and self-help strategies based on the specialist's own recovery experience, supporting them in advocating for themselves to obtain effective services, and developing and implementing recovery plans.
Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism among adult criminal offenders by increasing moral reasoning.Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) is a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism among adult criminal offenders by increasing moral reasoning.
MRT addresses beliefs and reasoning. It is a systematic, step-by-step group counseling treatment approach for treatment-resistant clients. The program is designed to alter how clients think and make judgments about what is right and wrong. The MRT system approaches the problem of treating resistant populations as a problem of low levels of moral reasoning. In this case, “moral” does not refer to a religious concept, but rather the theoretical conceptualization of psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg. Moral reasoning represents how a person makes decisions about what he or she should or should not do in a given situation.