- Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment
- Educational Interventions
- Driver's License Evaluations
- Biopsychosocial Assessment
- Individual Counseling
- Couples and Family Counseling
- Intensive Relapse Prevention Group
- Anger Management
- Gambling Counseling
- Early Recovery Group
- Suboxone Group
- Women's Group
Substance Abuse Screening and Assessment
An abbreviated assessment often required by courts, colleges, or other agencies used to evaluate whether someone has an unhealthy use of substances of abuse, including alcohol. Approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
- Alcohol Education- 4 hours
- Drug Education- 5 hours
- Alcohol Highway Safety Education- 6 hours
These are single episode group-format interventions, usually recommended for first-time offenders. These classes offer education about physiological and other consequences of continued substance use. Usually offered once a month on Saturdays. Can be offered in a one-on-one format at other times, but may incur an extra fee.
Driver's License Evaluation
An assessment required by the Michigan Secretary of State Office when requesting reinstatement of your driver's license. Approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
A thorough assessment exploring many areas of your life. This is completed when starting a course of treatment longer than those listed above. Approximately 1.5-2.5 hours to complete.
A series of one-on-one interactions between you and a member of our clinical team, tailored to meet your unique needs. Provided for those seeking help with mental health concerns, substance abuse concems, or a combination of both. Individual sessions are typically one hour in length.
Couples and Family Counseling
Counseling Work focused on strengthening your family system. Sessions are typically one hour or longer. NOTE: Many insurance providers do not cover family or couples sessions (consult your insurance carrier).
Intensive Relapse Prevention Group
A group therapy for substance abuse issues that meets two times per week, 1.5 hours a night. Participants usually attend intensive relapse prevention for six weeks and then transition to individual work to focus on their unique concerns.
Currently offered in one-on-one sessions. Anger management explores how you deal with intense emotions, helping you to create a plan for expressing yourself in safe and productive ways. Length of treatment is dependent on needs of the client but is typically 12 sessions. Anger management can be offered for up to 52 sessions.
A series of one-on-one interactions between you and a member of our clinical team, who is a certified Gambling Addiction Therapist. Sessions are one hour in length. Currently this service is provided at no cost to the client due to the availability of state funding.