Adult Substance Use Services
Program Director: Lawrance O’Brien, LSW, LCADC
Clinical Director: Jean M Hennon, LMFT, LCADC, CCS
Taking the first step towards recovery can be life-changing, and our substance use services are here to help guide you toward a path of healing and growth. We believe in the power of community and connection, and we are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for you to begin your recovery journey.
We offer a range of treatment levels, from less intensive to more intensive, to ensure that you receive the care that best suits your needs. It’s important to know that recovery is possible, and that you don’t have to feel isolated or alone in your journey.
Many of our programs include peer recovery support specialists who are now in successful recovery, and offer a perspective and understanding that can only come from real-life experience.
Substance Use Services
Available in all 4 of our substance use treatment centers, outpatient therapy Level 1 offers up to 9 hours of therapy and counseling. Professional alcohol and drug counselors help individuals develop the skills needed to live a successful life in recovery. Includes individual and group counseling, medication assisted treatment, and random drug screening.
For those who need more support in their recovery, this program offers 9 or more hours of treatment services, including individual and group counseling, medication assisted treatment, and random drug screening. It is available in all 4 of our substance use treatment centers.
Known as DARE, this program is for individuals challenged by both mental illness and addiction. It meets five days per week from 10 am - 4 pm in our Lakewood substance use treatment center. Services include both individual and group sessions with the goal to empower participants to achieve long-term recovery from opioid and other drug use and misuse. Transportation is provided.
Important Information & Contacts
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Preferred Behavioral Health Group provides multiple youth and adult services to address emotional, mental, and behavioral health issues. However, some situations require different services. If you or a loved one is experiencing life-threatening danger or the immediate risk of self-harm, go to the nearest emergency room or dial 911 for immediate assistance.