Description of Treatment Program:
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Program is a fee for service outpatient treatment program for adults and children.
Specialty Programs to Meet Specific Needs
CLASS offers a variety of substance abuse treatment services designed to meet specific need. CLASS has a specialty treatment program for women.
SUD Treatment Program Philosophy:
The substance abuse treatment philosophy at CLASS is based on the American Medical Association’s definition of addiction as a chronic, progressive, primary illness affecting the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the individual and family.
CLASS provides an integrated, holistic continuum of care for individuals with addictive disease and co-occurring psychiatric disorders such as addiction with coexisting depression, unresolved grief, personality problems, and their accompanying emotional and physical problems. Treatment for addiction is both comprehensive and individualized.
Group Sessions Topics may include but not limited to:
• Truth about Prescription drugs
• Understanding the myths about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
• Domestic Violence
• Love vs. Toxic Relationship
• Parenting skill building
• Self image and esteem
• Anger Management
• Health, wellness, and nutrition
• Spiritual awareness
• Financial literacy
• Recipient rights
• Loss and grieving
• Stress vs. Relaxation
• Stages of development
Eligibility Requirements to Participate:
The SUD Treatment Program is available to all eligible persons.
Programming locations (settings): CLASS SUD Programs take place in its administrative building. Off site locations may be used.
1. Hours of Services:
Service hours will vary between on the needs of consumer and availability of staff.
2. Days of Services:
Programs typically take place Monday through Thursday. Weekend services may be included
3. Frequency of Services:
The frequency of services may vary depending on services.
4. Payer Sources/Fee:
Depending on the consumers’ eligibility, the fee may be paid by a third party payer, grant or fee for services.
5. Referral Sources:
The participants may be self referral. Referrals may come from the court, legal community, school, churches, and other related sources.
6. Specific Treatment Services to be offered:
a. Individual counseling
b. Group/family sessions
c. Peer Mentoring
d. Comprehensive Assessment
e. DUI treatment and services
f. Resource Referrals
g. Annual Women’s Conference/retreat for eligible person
To be determined by level of care needed and funding sources.