STATE OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES Division of Behavioral Health

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1 STATE OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES Division of Behavioral Health 303 K STREET ANCHORAGE, AK STATEWIDE: Directory of Private Substance Abuse Treatment Agencies Certified by DBH to Receive Criminal Justice Referrals **UPDATED October 20012** All other directories are INVALID as of this date.

2 State Approved Programs The State of Alaska, Department of Health & Social Services, and Division of Behavioral Health Alaska Alcohol Safety Action Program approves private treatment programs to receive criminal justice referrals. All state funded programs (grantees) are approved unless otherwise specified. Only those private programs listed below are currently approved for these referrals. Any questions regarding this directory should be submitted to the Division of Behavioral Health, ASAP Office at or in writing at: AASAP Program Manager Division of Behavioral Health ASAP Program Manager 303 K Street, Basement Page 2 of 23

3 Alaska Statewide Alcohol Safety Action Program Contacts, ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) Rural Juvenile ASAP Contact: Rene Rouzan, 3600 San Jeronimo Dr., Suite 264 Anchorage, AK Phone: Fax: Dillingham Juvenile ASAP Andrew Clavette-Program Coordinator BBAHC (Bristol Bay Area Health Corp.) Box 130 Dillingham, AK Phone: Fax: Ketchikan ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Nicole Bush, Administrator th Ave. Ketchikan, AK Main: Staff: Fax: Nome Juvenile ASAP David Elmore, Administrator Box 98 Nome, AK Phone: Fax; Anchorage Juvenile ASAP Glen Kratochvil, Program Director 1675 C St., Suite 201 Anchorage, AK Phone: Fax: Fairbanks ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Twyla Cruger, Administrator 3100 S. Cushman St. Fairbanks, AK Phone: Fax: rg Kodiak ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Terri Ensley, Program Manager 717 E. Rezanof Drive Kodiak, AK Phone: Fax: Seward ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Jill Hemsock-Administrator P.O. Box 1045 Seward, AK Phone: Fax: d.org Bethel Juvenile ASAP Kerri Fox, Administrator P.O. Box 130, Attn. Kerri Fox Bethel, AK Phone: Fax: , Attn. Kerri Fox Juneau ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Walt Sisikin, Program Coordinator th St., Suite 112 Juneau, AK Phone: Fax: Kotzebue Juvenile ASAP Jean Marie Barr-Program Coordinator P.O. Box 256 Kotzebue, AK Phone: Fax: q.org Anchorage ASAP Misdemeanor Services Anthony Piper, Alaska ASAP Program Manager 303 K Street, Anchorage, Alaska Phone: Copper River Juvenile ASAP Crystal Killian, Program Coordinator Copper River Native Association P.O. Box H Copper Center, AK Phone: ext. 256 Fax: Kenai ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Nicole Fritz-Acting Administrator Kenai Spur Hwy. #2A Kenai, AK Main: Staff: Fax: Mat-Su ASAP & Juvenile ASAP Debbie Emery-Administrator 1825 S. Chugach, St. Palmer, AK Phone: Fax: Susan Draveling, Alaska ASAP Program Coordinator Fax: ov Page 3 of 23

4 Approved Private Substance Abuse Treatment Providers Anchorage Addiction Assessments, LLC 600 W 41st Ave., Ste. 202 Anchorage, AK Fax: Michael Gencarelle AEON 4325 Laurel St #245 Anchorage, AK Anchorage Multi-Services 4325 Laurel St. Ste.101A Anchorage, AK Fax: Fax: Tyrone Charles Washington Brown Discovery Cove Recovery & Wellness Ctr Centerfield Dr. Eagle River, AK Genesis House 2825 W 42 nd Ave Anchorage, AK Fax: Fax: Ken McCarty Anthony Longval Insight Therapy LLC 600 Cordova, Ste 6 Anchorage, AK Jett Morgan Treatment Services, LLC 700 W 6 th Avenue, Ste 208 Anchorage, AK Mountain Minds Mater, Cornerstone Counseling P.O Box 1189 Girdwood, AK Nauska Counseling 325 E 3 rd Ave., Ste 200 Anchorage, AK Providence Breakthrough 3801 Lake Otis Pkwy, Ste 200 Anchorage, AK Salvation Army Adult Rehab Program (SAARP) 660 E 48th Ave Anchorage, AK Set Free Alaska, Inc PO Box Wasilla, AK Fax: Mary Ellen McGlothlin Michelle Jett Fax: Fax: Fax: Shirley Durtschi Gayle Nauska Cathy Smith Maj. Scott Nicloy Fax: Philip Licht Starting Point (Anchorage) 341 W. Tudor, Ste.205 Anchorage, AK Fax: Andy Brennan Page 4 of 23

5 Renew Your Mind 1231 Gambell, Ste 200, Anchorage, AK Resolutions Services 745 West 4th Avenue Ste 200 Anchorage, AK Vet Center 4201 Tudor Centre Dr., Ste.115 Anchorage, AK Veterans Affairs 2925 Debarr Rd. Anchorage, AK Wisdom Traditions Counseling Services, 401 W International, #17 Anchorage, AK Fax: Fax: Fax: Nathaniel Reddick Vivian Patton Robert Erwin Patrick Summers Elaine Williams Fax: Michael DeMolina Fairbanks Fresh Start 3504 Industrial Ave., Ste 220 Fairbanks, AK Turning Point Counseling Services th Ave, Ste 203 Fairbanks, AK Hope Counseling Center P.O. Box Fairbanks, AK Pacific Rim Counseling 627 Gaffney Fairbanks, AK Pichette Counseling Services 626 2nd Street Suite 204 Fairbanks, AK Seven Secrets Counseling & Social Skills 2515 Mission Rd. North Pole, AK Fax:: None Fax: Fax: Fax: Fax: Kelly Andaloro Gunnar Ebbesson John Deruyter Cornelia Stubbelfield John Dicer Christy Pichette William Watson Page 5 of 23

6 Other Communities ADAPT (Elmendorf AFB) 5955 Zeamer Ave. Elmendorf, AK ASAP (Ft. Richardson) Ft. Rich Bldg. 602 Ft. Rich, AK Ascent Treatment and Counseling E 5431 Mayflower Unit 5 Wasilla, AK Central Peninsula Hospital Serenity House 245 N. Binkley, Suite 202 Soldotna, AK Ninilchik Traditional Council community Center Kingsley Road, Ninilchik, AK Discovery Cove Recovery and Wellness Center 2975 Mill Bay Rd. Suite B Kodiak, AK Set Free Alaska 7331 Palmer Wasilla Hwy # 4130 Wasilla, AK Seven Secrets Counseling & Social Skills 2515 Mission Rd. North Pole, AK Fax: Fax: Fax Fax: Fax: Fax: Starting Point (Eagle River) Old Glenn Hwy, Ste.105 Eagle River, AK Starting Point (Wasilla) 1075 Check Street, Ste.102 Wasilla, AK TJM Western, Inc Paradise Rd. Ste. 257 Las Vegas, Nv Fax: Sgt Cortez None available Reba Brady Kristie Sellers Donna Henry Ken McCarty Phillip Licht William Watson Jennifer Baggett Dan Light Kirk Lenhard Note: All agencies on this list are currently approved through March 31, 2013 unless otherwise indicated. Agencies wishing to be on this list should contact Michael Powell at or at Page 6 of 23

7 Anchorage 1 Addiction Assessments, LLC Liana Wayman, NCAC-II/ CADC-II Damito Owen, MS/ CMH-SA Martha Steiner, NCAC/ CADC-II Jack Scott, CDC-CT Michael Gencarelle ADM/SAP/NCAC-II Michelle Williams Program Information Addiction Assessments, LLC is committed to providing the people of Alaska who are in need of an evaluation of their relationship with alcohol and other drugs (AODs) the opportunity to receive services that are as conveniently located and as free of bias as possible. We are committed to providing a service that offers the least amount of stress and intimidation to our clients. We are also committed to assisting those individuals we serve (if necessary) in finding the optimum treatment or early intervention education placement available to them which best fits their particular set of circumstances and needs. Addiction Assessments, LLC is unique to Alaska in that we only provide assessments, education (ADIS and Prime For Life) and referrals. Our program has a solid foundation of practical use as it is modeled from another assessment program in the lower 48, Accurate Assessments (a division of Orion Healthcare) that has been in business for many years. Their program is well respected and received by the treatment community, other professional service providers like lawyers, the people it serves, and it is especially well received by the judicial system. The reason for its success is built on the utilization of the most respected evaluation instrument, the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) which is the only diagnosis test recommended by major funding and accrediting bodies of the federal government, including the National Institute on Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA), the National Institute on Mental health (NIMH), and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ). Addiction Assessments, LLC has the latest edition of their instruments, which have the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and American Society of Addictions Medicine Patient Placement Criteria (ASAM-PPCII) capabilities. We also use two other scientifically researched and widely accepted instruments to further enhance the accuracy of our assessments, as well as other clinical instruments as needed. At Addiction Assessments, LLC, we believe there are many well-validated advantages to an independent assessment center. The most important benefits are directly related to the well being of the client through lack of assessor bias. An independent assessment is less stressful, less confusing, less intimidating and more empowering than the conventional method of walking into an alcohol or drug treatment center to have the assessment done. Page 7 of 23

8 Addictions have multi-faced affects on people. Addictions do not just affect either the physical, mental, or emotional aspects of people, but all of these aspects, every time. Therefore, all of these aspects need to be addressed if we are to assist people in their efforts to help themselves. The philosophy of Addiction Assessments, LLC is based on our belief that we need to take a holistic view of approach if we are to succeed in overcoming this complex problem. We believe that by attempting to discover through our assessment procedures, which examine the many aspects of an individual s life physical, mental, spiritual, social, emotional, and volitional that we can then determine how to best approach the solution of many problems identified for each individual we serve. With these results, the treatment providers can then implement wraparound services from other agencies and individuals that will provide the needed support to help each individual succeed in becoming a more productive and positive member of society. 2 AEON Counselor: Tyrone Charles, MA; Juvenile, DOC, and SBIRT specialist AEON counseling uses cognitive behavioral didactic and mindfulness approaches to assist the client to recognize the effects and consequences of their substance use, high risk behavior. Every individual who participates in any of our substance use programs is treated with respect and understanding. AEON counseling believes there is a requirement to provide proper working tools to each participant to assist in making internal changes in thought patterns to open up their understanding of their issues leading to use, facts, thoughts, feelings, wants and finally the actions of using. There is no condemnation or blaming, only an acceptance and recognition of personal responsibility to change. 4 Anchorage Multi-Services (AMSCC) Counselor: Washington Brown, PhD, LCSW; Juvenile and DOC specialist Services provide by AMSCC include individual counseling for mental health issues, parenting classes, DOT assessments (SAP), outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment. Using behavior modification therapy, and hypnotherapy. 5 Discovery Cove Ken McCarty, LMFT; Juvenile and DOC specialist Edward Zeff, MD, DLFAPA; Juvenile and DOC specialist Mission: To provide a treatment place of healing for individuals, families, and community who have mental and substance use intrusions, whereby health and balance is achieved in mind, emotions, physical, relations, and spirit. Providing an integrated treatment approach that involves the Total Awareness Approach model. Treatment modalities include: Systems (structural/strategic), Cognitive Behavior, Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Page 8 of 23

9 Aromatherapy, Nutrition, Massage/Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Psychiatric Services and Neuro-genesis. Treatment Programs include: Mental Health (Individual & Group), Family Therapy, Anger Management, Substance Abuse Assessment, Comprehensive Mental Health Assessments, Alcohol/Drug Education Classes (ADIS/Prime for Life), Outpatient Therapy (Level I & Level II.I), Medication Assisted Treatments (e.g. Opioid Dependence, Alcohol). Treatment Programs are recognized by the State of Alaska, DHSS, Division of Behavioral Health and Department of Corrections. Provider accepts most insurance. 6 Genesis House Counselors Dona Maloney, PhD; Juvenile and DOC specialist Deborah Fields, MA; Juvenile and DOC specialist Karen Wolf, AA; Juvenile and DOC specialist Anthony Longval, PhD The program is based in foundations that define psychology: a belief in people, respect for the individual, a non-blaming/non-shaming environment, a belief in the dignity of the individual and supportive confrontation of behavior vs. a combative confrontation of the personhood of the individual. The mission of Genesis Recovery Services, Inc. is to target adult men, women, and families needing behavioral health services. Services are provided for those experiencing substance abuse/ disorder, dual diagnosis, lack if safe housing and family dysfunction. Genesis provides services according to the needs of the individual(s). Treatment is provided at the residential, IOP, OP and after care levels and is based on the Gorsky model of treatment providing care to the whole person (bio/psycho/social/spiritual). Genesis provides 24-hour monitored care, transitional living, family treatment and/or assessment and referral to assist the achieving and maintenance of abstinence. Our goal is to assist in the achievement of quality of life including the areas involved in a well-rounded life style: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health; economic security, employment, positive social and family interdependence and positive selfidentification. 8 Insight Therapy LLC Mary Ellen McGlothlin, MS, LPC; DOC specialist Judy Judge, MS, LPC; DOC specialist Nicole Gagnon, MS DOC specialist Insight Therapy s treatment philosophy is based on the cognitive-behavioral model of psychotherapy and our staff s rich educational and experiential background gives our clients access to a variety of therapeutic styles including family systems, reality therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, and other research-based therapy for both individual counseling Page 9 of 23

10 and group counseling. We offer an alternative to 12-step programs and at the same time we are able to support clients who find the 12-steps useful. We offer Screening, Intake, Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, and Education for clients dealing with substance abuse and other life issues. We also offer a group for people dealing with emotional issues and not necessarily with substance abuse. This group is designed clients who find that their emotions interfere with their ability to make good decisions. Insight Therapy s philosophy encourages empowerment of the individual, which implies personal responsibility for one s behavior. Rational Recovery is the basis for the self-help support at Insight Therapy, but many of our clients also participate in 12-step meetings outside of our facility. 9 Jett Morgan Treatment Services, LLC Michelle Jett, AAS, CDC II, DOC specialist James Morgan, DOC specialist Amanda Rosita Valenzuela, ADIS Instructor, DOC specialist Jett Morgan Treatment Services, LLC. Provides services to adult men and women age 18 and up in a co-ed outpatient setting. We do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, marital status, family status, political affiliation or religious beliefs. We provide priority admissions to pregnant women, IV drug users, HIV positive clients, ASAP Fast Track clients and OWL Court clients. Office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, though groups are held during the evenings from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Our group schedule may change based upon the needs of our clients. We will provide substance abuse assessments in accordance to the diagnostic criteria of the DSM IV-TR and the patient placement criteria of the ASAM PPC-2R. We will provide level 0.5, early intervention services by conducting Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS) at least one time per month, which entails 12 hours of education spread out over the course of the three days per class, by a certified ADIS instructor. We will provide individualized level I, outpatient treatment services based upon an interpretive assessment summary completed within six months prior to admission. We will accept interpretive assessment summaries from other agencies. Length and frequency of services are solely dependent upon the assessment and client progress or lack thereof; thought will range from 1 to 8 hours per week for 1 to 12 months. We will also provide interim outpatient services to clients waiting to enter into a higher level of care to keep them engaged in the treatment process and provide supportive services. We will provide level 0.5, aftercare services to provide ongoing support. Length and frequency of services are individualized, though will range from 1 to 3 hours per month for 3 to 6 months, based on client progress or lack thereof. Page 10 of 23

11 Treatment services will include individual counseling, skill-based group counseling, treatment planning, case management, referrals, and on-site alcohol and drug testing using breath, urine and/or saliva samples. However, we may refer clients to an independent certified alcohol and drug testing laboratory such as Work Safe. Our approach to treatment is client centered, empowering and focused on the strengths of individual clients. We believe that clients are capable of making good decisions to regain control of their lives. Treatment is based on the neuroscience concepts of David Rock and Jeffery Schwartz. We draw upon the relapse prevention models of Marlatt and Gorski. The works of Ellis, Beck, Scott Miller and Bowen s Family Systems Theory using a motivational counseling style also influence our treatment approach. We will offer a sliding fee scale based on income to eligible clients. Additional, we will provide pro-bono services to a limited number of individuals who cannot afford to pay for treatment and have no other resources. We will also encourage advance payment in full by offering a discount of 10%. Payments for services are due at the time services are rendered, though we do not require deposits prior to starting treatment. 10 Mountain Minds Mater, Cornerstone Counseling Counselor: Shirley Durtschi, PhD, LPC, CDCS This agency provides an eclectic perspective that mixes humanistic/existentialism with optimistic realism using cognitive behavioral therapy. It is critical to build solid rapport with clients by creating a safe, trusting, supportive and healthy relationship using positive self-talk and reinforcement and utilizing behavioral concepts that teach coping skills through Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT). A focus is on insightful knowledge associated with attributes of motivation and understanding of human behavior through listening and providing meaningful and helpful feedback. 11 Nauska Counseling Counselor: Gayle Nauska, LPC, CDCS, DOC and trauma specialist, EMDR provider Nauska Counseling is the private practice of Gayle Nauska, M.S., M.Div., and CDCS. She has an office in Anchorage, and in Eagle River. Gayle has a Masters in Counseling Psychology, a Masters of Divinity in Native Ministries, and is certified as a Chemical Dependency Clinical Supervisor. She has over 16 years experience working with substance abuse issues with adults who have legal involvement. Gayle expects to be licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) within the year (2011), and receives clinical supervision from a Licensed Counselor Supervisor. Gayle s treatment philosophy is based on the importance of treating clients with dignity and respect, and of empowering clients. Her philosophy also includes the two elements of Dialectal Page 11 of 23

12 Behavioral Therapy (DBT); 1) clients are doing the best they can, but they need to be more effective, and 2) clients may not have caused all their problems and yet they have to solve them. Her treatment approach utilizes Cognitive Behavioral therapy, 12 Step, psycho-education, EMDR, and spiritual resources depending on the needs and desire of the client. She has extensive cross-cultural experience. In addition to experience in substance abuse issues and working with clients who have legal involvement, Gayle Nauska has knowledge and experience in working with health issues/chronic conditions, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, sexual abuse, LGBT issues, spiritual issues, stress management, anger management, abuse relationships, working with the elderly, caregiver stress, and families with special needs children. 12 Providence Breakthrough No information available however the agency is CARF accredited and approved by ASAP. 13 Starting Point (Anchorage) Lindsey Bradley, CDC I, BHA I Norman Lingley, Student Counselor Douglas Allen, Student Counselor Daniel Light, LPC/ NCAC II, CDC II M/C Loretta Sue Mason, Student Counselor Outpatient Treatment: Abstinence is stressed for those who are experiencing problems due to their drinking and/or drug usage. Heavy emphasis is placed on urinalysis screening during the entire program and those who are unable to maintain abstinence are referred for more intensive treatment. Those who have serious alcohol/drug problems are also encouraged to attend and participate in the fellowship of the 12 step programs available in the community. Intensive Outpatient: Intensive outpatient program is based on the belief that clients should initially commence alcohol/drug treatment in OP/I modality. The clients who demonstrate the inability to remain abstinent from alcohol and illegal drugs are appropriate candidates for this program. Absenteeism from outpatient and the 12 step fellowship or failure to complete homework is also indications for this level. The program uses more intensive confrontation in the intensive outpatient program or referral to inpatient treatment. Page 12 of 23

13 15 Renew Your Mind Counselor: Nathaniel Reddick, CDC I Renew Your Mind is a faith-based substance abuse agency. It has a twelve-week program, which can be modified or extended based on ASAM patient placement criteria. Renew Your Mind uses SAMSHA recognized evidence-based practices and an ASAM-driven journaling. This is a program of recovery consisting of motivational interviewing, stages of change, cognitive behavioral therapy, addressing criminal thinking, spiritual dynamics of addiction and a twelve-step program. The journals are designed to help clients work a rigorous program of recovery and are divided into seven sections, with each section covering a topic relevant to recovery. The information and questions in the journal guide clients to apply the twelve-steps in their daily life. 16 Resolutions Services Counselor: Vivian Patton, BS, CDC II This agency is an outpatient treatment provider with one counselor who has worked in the field since 1994 and is certified as a counselor since I offer intensive outpatient services. I come from a background of working with chronically mentally ill to displaced homemakers. My proactive models are very much centered in a cognitive behavioral approach and the transtheoretical model. I develop a therapeutic relationship with clients using the approach of Carl Rogers. I provide onsite testing, urine and saliva testing as well as EtG. Application of ASAM placement criteria is used for placement and discharge. Assessment includes DSM IV diagnosis. Page 13 of 23

14 I also specialize in child custody expert witnessing assessments in my practice. I can also provide adoption home studies and consultation on adoption issues and custody investigations. 17 Vet Center Military program 18 Veterans Affairs Military program 19 Wisdom Traditions Counseling Services, LLC Kathleen Gillet, CDCI Michael DeMolina, Master Addiction Counselor Programs Outpatient meeting one time a week for 12 weeks Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) meeting 3 times a week for 8 weeks (Phase I) Continuing Care meeting one time a week for up to 6 months or as needed (Phase II) Relapse Prevention Program (RPP) following the original CENAPS model of RPP as taught by Terrence Gorski to our Program Director. Offering a Continuum of Care: Long-term working relationships with local physicians, as well as several Residential Treatment Facilities in the Lower 48, in order to offer care to all from the very acute to the very chronic. What sets us apart? Evidence based treatment and a structured curriculum Small group size with a low counselor/client ratio Weekly individual sessions available (if needed) Emphasis on the Three Pillars of Recovery as established in national studies: Family Involvement, Participation in long-term Continuing Care and ongoing participation in a 12-Step Program. Our clinicians are a combination of Master s level therapists and Chemical Dependency Counselors who work together to provide many perspectives on recovery. We are quite familiar with both Stage I and Stage II Recovery issues. Stage II Recovery groups can include Men s and Women s Groups, a boundaries/coda Group, and self-development weekend workshops. The inclusion of an eclectic treatment approach, with an emphasis on Rational Emotive Therapy (RET), advanced EMDR and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) has shown to be especially effective with Anxiety spectrum and PTSD co-occurring disorders. Integrative Medicine Services available: Hypnotherapy, Acupuncture, and Manual Assistive Physical Therapy for non-addictive pain management. Page 14 of 23

15 Fairbanks 21 Fresh Start Counselor: Kelly Analaro, CDC II The Fresh Start ADULT Outpatient program is designed for participants 18 years old or older who have a chemical dependence diagnosis. It is the program provided for those for whom a treatment program is deemed necessary and is the least structured and restrictive of all of program continuum of services ranging from Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Continuing Care. The services will begin with an assessment, using the ASAM PPC-2R, to determine appropriate level of care, an intake session to gather information for issues to address on an individual basis for the treatment plan, individual and group sessions. The Fresh Start YOUTH Outpatient program is designed for participants 18 years or younger who have a chemical dependence diagnosis. It is the program provided for those for whom a treatment program is deemed necessary and is the least structure and restrictive of all of program continuum of services ranging from Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Continuing Care. The services will begin with an assessment, using the ASAM PPC-2R, to determine appropriate level of care, an intake session to gather information for issues to address on an individual basis for the treatment plan, individual and group sessions. The Fresh Start ADIS program is designed for participants 18 years old or older who do not have a chemical dependence diagnosis. It is the program provided for those whom an educational versus treatment program is deemed necessary and is the least structure and restrictive of the entire program continuum of services. Page 15 of 23

16 22 Turning Point Counseling Services Gunnar Ebberson, LPC MAC ; Juvenile and DOC specialist Joseph Nowell, LPC MAC ; Juvenile and DOC specialist The purpose of this program is to provide integrated mental health and substance use disordered treatment simultaneously to clients who meet PPC-2 R placement criteria for Intensive Outpatient treatment and who are psychiatrically stable enough to manage treatment on an outpatient basis. The program consists of two primary phases. Upon program entry, clients will participate in a 10-weeks Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that will include 10 direct service hours each week: 3 two-hour group therapy sessions; 1 one-hour individual therapy session; and 2 ninety-minute psycho educational groups. Clients who successfully complete the IOP will be advanced to Phase II, which is a four week outpatient step-down program that will include 1 one-hour individual therapy session and 1 one-hour aftercare group each week. Client s who successfully complete Phase II will be offered 1 one-hour aftercare group each week for up to 18 months at no charge to the client. We will integrate Substance Abuse Treatment with Mental Health treatment. For example, we will provide Dialectical Behavioral Skills Training, EMDR and psychotherapy in conjunction with standard substance abuse and dependence treatment topics, such as, the Disease of Addiction and Relapse Prevention. Staff includes licensed Master s level clinicians, and support staff that have credentials, experience and training that insure a high standard of care for both mental health and substance use disordered clients. All clients will receive an Integrated Psychosocial Assessment (IPA) designed to identify cooccurring psychiatric and substance use disorder. If recommended by the IPA, clients will be referred for psychiatric care, including medication management. The group therapy sessions will largely be process groups that are co-facilitated by a male and female therapist/counselor when possible, with at least a CDCII Certification and will follow the discretion of the therapist. The groups will also, on occasion, include interactive therapeutic exercises. The psycho educational groups will include one-hour of educational presentation/discussion followed by 1 half-hour of homework review discussion. The standard 50-minute hour individual sessions will be tailored to meet individual client needs, and will be facilitated by either a licensed Master s level Psychotherapist or a CDCII, as determined appropriate by clients individualized treatment plans. The program will honor the physical and spiritual components of addiction and mental health issues by providing an array of services through referrals and contracts with various providers. These services include acupuncture, yoga, nutrition, massage and naturopathy, and may include others as need arises. Page 16 of 23

17 Trauma is a significant feature of many people who find themselves in treatment; therefore, trauma groups and EMDR sessions provided by staff will be integrated into clients individual treatment plans as indicated. There is a vast body of research (MAST study among others) that indicate psychotherapy in conjunction with 12-step support provide clients the best chance for long-term treatment success. During the program, clients will be required to attend two 12-step recovery meetings each week, either NA or AA, and must be able to document their attendance. Staff will help clients orient to meetings and process their experience as a way of helping them integrate 12- step programs into their recovery processes. We will also help clients attain sponsorship by establishing close relationships with different 12-step groups and members. Our goal is to bridge the gap between mental health and substance abuse treatment in our community by developing a whole-person approach to treatment provided by highly trained, experienced and licensed providers. We are in the planning stages of this program and welcome your feedback, insights and experience as we move forward. 23 Hope Counseling Center Counselor: John Deruyter, Clinical Psychologist Staff at Hope Counseling Center initially will complete an Alcohol and Drug Assessment. The assessment will gather as much information regarding the patient s history as possible. This information is with respect to their personal, medical, social, legal, mental, and substance abuse as history. If the patient is found to be in need of residential care, staff will complete releases, obtain applications and work to help guide the patient to their program of choice or best fit to meet the patient s needs at the time. Hope Counseling Center has the ability to provide the Alcohol and Drug Information School s program, Level I and Level II outpatient substance abuse treatment. Hope also recommends aftercare services to some patients as needed. All programs have a fixed rate that is disclosed to the patient prior to services as well as a sliding scale fee payment for individuals under financial constraints. Hope Counseling Center also has the ability to bill insurance companies for individuals who are experiencing medical complications as a result of substance abuse if carried by the consumer. Hope Counseling Center s ADIS program consists of twelve hours of education regarding substance abuse. This program is three days in duration. Patients will cover a large range of personal behavioral observations as well as education. The program participants will view two videos during the course of the program. One video is the state approved DWI statistical realization video and the other will be one of three selected based on the group s overall reasoning for participation. Hope Counseling Center s Level I program generally is a ten week program, as the patient maintains sobriety. This program provides much education regarding alcohol and drug abuse, Page 17 of 23

18 dependence and stability. It follows the 12-step model of treatment and patients must participate in a minimum of six individual sessions. Each patient is given a treatment plan that outlines individual identified areas of concern, outside of the programs curriculum. Hope Counseling Center s Level II program is a much more intensive program. This program consists of twelve weeks of intensive groups and individual sessions. Each patient is to participate in group activities three days weekly as well as on individual session. This program also provides individual treatment plans to meet the individual needs of the patient. Some patients are in need of after care services following their program. After care services are generally recommended to the patient, on a voluntary level, as well as both AA and NA community involvement. Urinalysis testing and BAC testing may be conducted as concerns are presented. Hope Center is a larger facility that has an extensive level of mental health services offered outside of substance abuse concerns. Staff will then assist patient with obtaining services, if deemed appropriate and with respect to the patient s willingness to participate. 24 Pacific Rim Counseling Cornelia Stublefield, MS, Juvenile and DOC specialist Tamika Curry, BA, DOC specialist Sandy Hampton, BS, DOC specialist 25 Pichette Counseling Services Christie Pichette, BS, CDC I Joy Copeland, AA, CDC II Pichette Counseling services is independently owned and operated and designed to provide a structured environment (outpatient services) for all eligible community members. The Adult and juvenile treatment program works closely with families, schools, business, MCH, DOC, DJJ, and the courts in offering evaluation, individual and group counseling, ADIS, presentence and case management needs. Programs offered include Level I-SOP (20 sessions), and Level II (fifty sessions) for adults and youth and, and ADIS. I also run groups on thinking errors and anger management. Programs are designed to help assist clients through at least a portion of their probation period. Page 18 of 23

19 Other Communities 27 ADAPT (Elmendorf AFB) Military program 28 ASAP (Ft. Richardson) Military program 29 Ascent Treatment Counseling Services, LLC Serving the Mat-Su Valley Angela Taylor, MSW, CDC II, Douglas Smith, MS, CDC I Ascent Treatment Counseling Services, LLC. Is an outpatient substance abuse treatment facility operates using the ASAM PPCR-2 guidelines. The key theoretical components from the Wellness Courts use of Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. MRT has been shown to dramatically reduce the recidivism in the more than 30 years of the Wellness Court s use of it. Ascent prides itself on keeping its programmatic elements as individual to the client as possible while still maintaining the client s current legal requirements. We offer flexible schedules, and discounts to those who qualify. Ascent strives to treat all clients with dignity and respect regardless of the reason they have been ordered to attend treatment. Ascent does not maintain a waiting list and we strive to keep our Substance Abuse Evaluations within a 2 week period of first request. Unless obtaining collateral information becomes an issue, our clients are usually able to begin treatment within the next 2 weeks. We offer Education, Skill Development, to include Assertiveness, Communication and Relationships, and Stress Management. The Cognitive Thought Process is one of our core components in which clients are enlightened to their possible thinking errors and irrational beliefs. We offer a Therapeutic Journey module that allows the client to process many life issues in regards to using substances as a coping mechanism. Mindfulness techniques are utilized throughout this module. Our aftercare component offers a wide variety of support and allows the client to maintain an individual course of treatment. Our counselor s offer a wide variety of specialization that the clients can take advantage of during their individual sessions. Our newest component, the Relapse Prevention Intensive Program is especially designed for those clients who may have graduated successfully, but need to come back due to relapses, or other issues. This component combines the MRT philosophy with the Staying Sober concept, for more support. We work with several agencies and entities as well as ASAP, to include Valley Phlebotomy to obtain any urinalysis data necessary, Office of Children s Services, several Churches and other Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities and more. Department of Corrections has been quite forthcoming with collateral requested to further our efforts to be accurate. We believe our Page 19 of 23

20 willingness to work for the common good of the clients, helps us to stay focused of the ASAM PPCR-2 Guidelines. We are committed to continuously evaluating appropriateness of recommendations throughout the program. 30 Central Peninsula Hospital Serenity House Serving the Kenai Peninsula Pat Merwin, NADAC III, Juvenile, DOC specialists Charles Simons, CDCT, Juvenile, DOC specialists Margo Chilson, CDC S, DOC specialists Christy Walker, CDCII, Juvenile, DOC specialists Taddre Wilson, CDC T, DOC specialists Randi McClore, DOC specialists Kristie Sellers, PhD, Juvenile, DOC specialists Matt Dammeyer, PhD, Juvenile, DOC specialists Agency provides services to adults through the Serenity House Treatment Center. It is a 12-bed residential treatment center located in a private setting outside of Kenai. We provide services to men and women and our program relies heavily on the 12-steps of AA. We provide outpatient services to those individuals completing our residential program. We conceptualize residential treatment as the discovery phase and outpatient care as the recovery phase of care. Most participants are involved in care for approximately one year. We also provide targeting outpatient services to teens with chemical dependency issues with a focus on the 12-step philosophy and with helping teens to develop skills to succeed in adult life. 32 Ninilchik Tradiational Counsel Summary: The mission of the Ninilchik Traditional Community Clinic Behavioral Health Program (NTC BH) is to increase the quality and availability of behavioral health care (mental health and substance abuse treatment) in the NTC service area. NTC BH treatment program utilizes a strengths-based, culturally sensitive approach using the disease and recovery model and emphasizing an integrated methodology to treatment. Treatment plans are individualized and tailored to client needs based on stage of change/ phase of recovery, level of functioning, diagnosis, and internal/ external motivation. Treatment plans assist the client in developing an awareness of individual strengths and using those strengths to address issues in his/ her life. The NTC BH program philosophy is based on the Minkoff s model of comprehensive and integrated system of care. While utilizing Cognitive-behavioral Therapy, Enhanced Motivational Interviewing, and Strengths-based counseling, the NTC BH program also believes that the clinician/client relationship is one of the most important factors in treatment success and client care. NTC BH philosophy is to assist the client in replacing maladaptive behaviors with functional ones, and that dual diagnosis is the expectation instead of the exception. We incorporate Best Practice approaches as they apply to the Page 20 of 23

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