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1 Treatment Services For Co-Occurring Disorders A Resource Directory for the Professional & Consumers in the Metropolitan Washington Region Third Edition, Fall 2005

2 TITLE: Treatment Services for the Dually Diagnosed: A Resource Directory for Professionals and Consumers in the Metropolitan Washington Region DATE: Fall 2005 AUTHOR: GUIDANCE: AGENCY: ABSTRACT: PRICE: TO ORDER: Ambrosia Rosetta Department of Human Services, Planning, and Public Safety Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Co-Occurring Disorders Committee COG is a regional organization comprised of elected officials from 19 local governments surrounding our nation's capital, plus area members of the Maryland and Virginia legislatures, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. COG provides a focus for action and develops sound regional responses to such issues as the environment, affordable housing, economic development, health and family concerns, human services, population growth, public safety, and transportation. This directory contains a listing of agencies in the Washington metropolitan area that provide services specifically for individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders (the dually diagnosed). Information such as location, contact number, types of programs, and services is furnished for each agency. Free Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Health and Substance Abuse Programs 777 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 300 Washington, D.C Telephone: (202)

3 Table of Contents Background and Methodology...5 Defining Co-Occuring Disorders...6 Update/Submission Form...7 Dual Diagnosis Treatment Services District of Columbia...9 Anchor House...10 Andromeda Transcultural Health...11 Anna Cooper House...12 Clean and Sober Streets...13 Coates & Lane Enterprises, Inc...14 Community Connections...15 Concerned Citizens on Alcohol and Drug Abuse...16 District of Columbia Department of Health - Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA)...17 District of Columbia Department of Mental Health...18 Department of Mental Health Community Services Agency...19 Family and Medical Counseling Services...20 Federal City Recovery Outpatient Program...21 Federal City Recovery Services...22 George Washington University Hospital Psychiatric Services...23 Georgetown University Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program...24 Hillcrest Children s Center...25 Institute for Behavioral Change...26 Institute for Life Enrichment...27 Kolmac Clinic...28 Latin American Youth Center...29 Marshall Heights Community Development Organization...30 Oasis Clinic...31 Psychiatric Institute of Washington...32 Regional Addiction Prevention (RAP, Inc.)...33 Riverside Hospital Treatment Services...34 Salomon Zelaya Rehabilitation Center

4 Second Genesis...36 Seton House...37 So Others Might Eat, Inc. (SOME)...38 UPO Comprehensive Treatment Center...39 Suburban Maryland...40 A Better Way Counseling Services...41 Act II Counseling Services, Inc...42 Adult Mental Health And Substance Abuse Services, Outpatient Addiction Services (OAS) All That's Therapeutic, Inc...44 Avery Road Combined Care...45 Children s National Medical Center...46 Columbia Addictions Center...47 Counseling Services...48 Counseling Services Alternatives, Inc...49 Family Behavioral Services, LLC...50 Gaudenzia, Inc. at Landover...51 Institute for Life Enrichment...52 Institute of Life And Health...53 Integrative Counseling...54 Journeys Adult and Adolescent Program...55 Metropolitan Mental Health Clinic, Inc...56 Montgomery County Pre-Release Services...57 Montgomery General Hospital...58 Montgomery Recovery Services, Inc...59 Prince George's County Health Department, Division of Addictions and Mental Health, Children and Parents Program (CAP)...60 Prince George's County Health Department, Division of Addiction and Mental Health, Northern Region...61 Prince George's County Health Department, Division of Addiction and Mental Health, Southern Region...62 Prince George's County Health Department, Division of Addictions and Mental Health, Youth and Community Services Program...63 QCI Behavioral Health...64 Reality, Inc

5 Reality Outpatient...66 Second Genesis - Crownsville Facility...67 Second Genesis - Mellwood House for Women and Women with their Children...68 Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services...69 Suburban Hospital Behavioral Health Services...70 Trico...71 University of Maryland Health Center, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services...72 University Psychological Center...73 Washington Adventist Hospital...74 Northern Virginia...75 Alexandria Health Department Adolescent Clinic...76 Alexandria Mental Health Center...77 Arlington County Division of Behavioral Health Care...78 Culmore Family Resource Center...79 Dominion Hospital...80 Ethos Foundation...81 Fairfax-Falls Church Alcohol and Drug Services...82 Fairfax-Falls Church Mental Health Services...83 Graydon Manor...84 Inova Juniper Program...85 Inova Kellar Center...86 Life Line Counseling Center...87 Loudoun County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services...88 Loudoun County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, (Eastern Loudoun)...89 National Counseling Group (Formerly Known as Northern Virginia Counseling Group)...90 National Counseling Group, Annandale (Formerly Known as Northern Virginia Counseling Group)...91 National Counseling Group, Herndon (Formerly Known as Northern Virginia Counseling Group...92 Prince William County CSB...93 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Falls Church...94 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Mount Vernon Treatment Center...95 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Reston Day Treatment Center...96 Virginia Hospital Center

6 Background This resource directory is part of an ongoing effort on the part of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) to provide practical information to substance abuse and mental health professionals in the Washington metropolitan region. The directory features a listing of agencies offering treatment services for individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders, outlining important characteristics of the program such as population served, types of services rendered, fees, and eligibility requirements. The first edition of this report was published in 1991 through the leadership of the Dual Diagnosis Subcommittee of the Treatment, Intervention, and Rehabilitation Committee of COG. The subcommittee was formed in 1990 by public and private sector professionals representing the substance abuse and mental health fields. Through publications, trainings, and roundtable discussions, the Co-Occurring Disorders Committee strives to 1) promote effective, evidencebased and integrated treatment services for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders; 2) promote interagency and collegial communication and collaboration among public and private treatment programs and their staff providing these services; and 3) provide low cost trainings on dual diagnosis topics for professionals providing treatment for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Methodology The research methodology consisted of three components: 1) an initial telephone contact of the 53 agencies listed in the previous edition of this directory; 2) additional telephone contacts of other possible providers of dual diagnosis services; 3) telephone interviews of all the agencies that provide services for individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. The criterion for inclusion in the directory was a licensed agency in the Washington metropolitan area that provides services for individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders (the dually diagnosed). Of the 53 agencies in the previous directory 20 of them responded, qualified and were included in the directory while the remaining 33 either did not respond, no longer provide dual diagnosis treatment or no longer exist. Of the 200 total agencies contacted those that responded and qualified were included in this publication. Therefore, this is not an exhaustive list. 5

7 Defining Co-occurring Disorders People suffering from co-occurring substance abuse disorders and mental disorders are individuals who have at least one mental disorder as well as an alcohol or drug use disorder. While these disorders may interact differently in any one person (e.g., an episode of depression may trigger a relapse into alcohol abuse, or cocaine use may exacerbate schizophrenic symptoms), at least one disorder of each type can be diagnosed independently of the other. Co-occurring disorders may vary among individuals and in the same individual over time. Both disorders can vary along the dimensions of severity, chronicity, and degree of impairment in functioning. Both disorders may be severe or mild, or one may be more severe than the other. Either or both disorders may reflect episodes of acute symptom exacerbations or a chronic condition and may change over time. (CSAT, 1994) There are no specific combinations of substance abuse disorders and mental disorders that are defined uniquely as co-occurring disorders. In addition, substance abuse and mental health problems (such as binge drinking by people with mental disorders) that do not reach the diagnostic threshold also are part of the co-occurring disorders landscape - problems that may offer opportunities for early intervention. 6

8 Update/ Submission Form 7

9 Directions: To submit updates or additional agencies to this driectory, please complete this form and fax it to COG Health Programs, Agency Name: Address: Contact Number: Intake Number: Web: 1. Type of agency (Check the appropriate box) Non-Profit For-Profit Public 2. Do you provide services specifically for dually diagnosed individuals, those with cooccurring mental health and substance use disorder? If yes, describe the type of individuals you serve in the space provided below: Yes No Plese insert a short description of your agency and its services 8

10 District of Columbia Treatment Services 9

11 Anchor House Non-Profit Agency 1001 Lawrence Street, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male and Female Adults only Outpatient and Day Treatment Individual Counseling, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale, Private Insurance, and Medicaid 1. Must be a resident of the jurisdiction 2. Must have a serious or persistent disorder 3. Must be receiving or be eligible for DC Medicaid Anchor House s mental health initiatives serve individuals with serious or persistent mental health disorders. It is an outpatient program that offers psychoeducation and prevention services. Every client that meets the eligibility requirements will receive a community support specialist, see a psychiatrist and therapist and, if appropriate, get referred to the day program and/or supported employment program. 10

12 Andromeda Transcultural Health Non-Profit Agency 1400 Decatur Street, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Web: Male, Female, Adults, and Children under 18 Outpatient, Day Treatment, Medical & Non-Medical Detox, and Accepts Walk In patients Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Medical Doctor on staff Self Pay, Private Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and is based on income To qualify for the HIV program you must be a DC resident Andromeda's mission is to provide access and quality healthcare under the premise that all humans are inherently of equal worth but have cultural and linguistic differences that must be considered. This philosophy reflects a high level of community healthcare that has been validated over three decades of direct services to minorities and the underserved population. 11

13 Anna Cooper House Non-Profit Agency 1338 R Street, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Residential: temporary but long-term Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Referral Services, Prevention Services, and Job Training and/or Assistance SSI, SSDI 1. Must be employed or have some form of income 2. Must be at least 6 months into a treatment program 3. Must be able to live independently Anna Cooper House is a single room occupancy program for 50 single adult men and women. This residential program provides affordable housing in a drug and alcohol free environment as well as individual counseling and group therapy. 12

14 Clean and Sober Streets Non-Profit Agency 425 2nd Street, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Inpatient, Day Treatment, Residential: 1 year Medical & Non-Medical Detox, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Referral Services, Prevention Services, and Supported Residential Free 1. Must be a resident of the jurisdiction 2. Must desire to stay clean and participate in a new way of life Clean and Sober Streets is a long term, residential substance abuse program for adults who have a desire and willingness for a different way of life. All of the referred clients go through a 3-phase program that includes assessment, detoxification, treatment, and eventually work release during phase 3. 13

15 Coates & Lane Enterprises, Inc. For-Profit Agency 150 Seaton Place, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults and the homeless Outpatient, Day Treatment, Residential: Permanent or 6 months, and Accepts Walk In patients Individual Counseling, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Psychoeducation, Supported Residential, and Job Training and/or Assistance Private Insurance, Medicaid, and MCO members 1. Must be 18 years of age or older 2. Must have a mental health disorder 3. Must be a single adult 4. Must be homeless to qualify for 3 of the 4 housing programs Coates & Lanes Enterprises, Inc. is a human services agency that provides assessment, medication, counseling, case management, and referral to ACT and crisis teams. The programs offered include day treatment, transitional, permanent and supportive housing, and community residential support. In order to meet the needs of all of the clients, Coates & Lanes also has the referral ability to agencies that provide detox, drug treatment and drug counseling services. 14

16 Community Connections Non-Profit Agency 801 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE Suite 201 Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male, Female, Adults and Children under 18 Outpatient and Day Treatment Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Family Education Component, and Job Training and/or Assistance Self Pay, Medicaid and Medicare Must be a resident of the jurisdiction Community Connections provides outpatient mental health treatment and services. Community Connections specializes in working with women trauma survivors, HIV patients and families. 15

17 Concerned Citizens on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Non-Profit Agency 601 Raleigh Place, SE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Females only Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Day Treatment, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Job Training and/or Assistance, and Child Care Services Free 1. Must be a resident of the jurisdiction 2. Must have a history of substance abuse Concerned Citizens on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Inc. offers a healthy and safe environment for women to bring their children while they receive the treatment that will allow them to regain their life and identity as women. Along with treatment services, the program includes associated services that will assist these women in their recovery such as child care services, transportation, meals, for them and their children, referrals to appropriate social services as needed and spiritual counseling upon request. These efforts are funded in conjunction with the Commission on Public Health and Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA). 16

18 District of Columbia Department of Health - Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA) Public Agency 825 North Capitol Street, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male, Female, Adults, and Children under 18 Inpatient, Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Day Treatment, Residential:120 days, Medical & Non- Medical Detox, Methadone Treatment, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Supported Residential, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale Must be a resident of the jurisdiction The Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA) offers the highest quality of service to District of Columbia residents who are living with the disease of addiction. APRA provides services to any individual who commits a crime within the district and also serves as a host for guest housing from out of town. 17

19 District of Columbia Department of Mental Health Public Agency 64 New York Avenue, NE, 4th Floor Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Access HelpLine: 1 (888) (7WE-HELP) Web: Male, Female, Adults and Children under 18 Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Day Treatment, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Supported Residential, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale Must be a resident of the jurisdiction The Department of Mental Health (DMH) provides comprehensive mental health services to adults, children, youths, and their families. DMH also evaluates and treats individuals referred through the criminal justice system. DMH serves more than 7,500 people annually through the DMH Community Services Agency and other community-based mental health service providers under contract to the agency. Inpatient services, whether acute, long-term, or forensic, are provided at St. Elizabeth s Hospital. The DMH Community Services Agency provides routine, urgent, and emergency mental health rehabilitation services at mental health centers in Northeast, Northwest, and Southeast Washington. The goal of the Department of Mental Health is to develop, support, and oversee a comprehensive, community-based, consumer-driven, culturally competent, quality mental health system. This system should be responsive and accessible to children, youths, adults, and their families. It should leverage continuous positive change through its ability to learn and to partner. It should also ensure that mental health providers are accountable to consumers and offer services that promote recovery from mental illness. 18

20 Department of Mental Health Community Services Agency Public Agency 1250 U Street, NW Fourth Floor Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Access HelpLine: 1 (888) (7WE-HELP) Male, Female, Adults and Children under 18 Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Day Treatment, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Supported Residential, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale Must be a resident of the jurisdiction The Department of Mental Health Community Services Agency (CSA) provides mental health services to approximately 4,000 adults, children, and youth in the District of Columbia. The CSA is certified as a Core Service Agency, or "clinical home," which means it is accountable to each person it serves. A CSA must ensure the necessary services and supports are provided to promote adults' recovery from mental illness and build resiliency in children and youth to help them reach their full potential. Services integrate the strengths of family relationships, respond to individual cultural differences, and incorporate the special needs of each family into treatment plans. The CSA provides prevention and education services, and uses many treatment interventions including counseling, medication, and other rehabilitation services. The CSA also has mental health programs specifically designed for older adults. Our services are provided at homes, schools, neighborhood sites, or our many locations throughout the District. Our school-based services are provided to all grade levels in the public and charter schools. Children and adolescents involved in court and foster care systems also benefit from the various services provided to them and their families. 19

21 Family and Medical Counseling Services Non-Profit Agency 2041 Martin Luther King Avenue, SE Suite M-2 Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male and Female Adults only Outpatient, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Medical Doctor on staff Self Pay, Private Insurance, Medicaid and Medicare Priority is given to DC residents Family and Medical Counseling Services is a health and social services agency that provides comprehensive care to adults in the Washington, DC area. 20

22 Federal City Recovery Outpatient Program For-Profit Agency 316 F Street, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Outpatient, Day Treatment, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Case Management, and Prevention Services Free Must be referred through court services The Federal City Recovery Outpatient Program provides intense outpatient treatment 5 days a week during the day and in the evening. 21

23 Federal City Recovery Services For-Profit Agency 920 Bellevue Street, SE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Inpatient, Residential: 90 days or less, Medical & Non-Medical Detox, and possible sentencing alternative Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Case Management, Referral Services, Prevention Services, and Supported Residential Free Must be a criminal justice client Federal City Recovery Services is a 90-day residential substance abuse program for adults who have been referred through the criminal justice system. 22

24 George Washington University Hospital Psychiatric Services Public Agency rd Street, NW 6 South Nurses Station Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Inpatient and Accepts Walk In patients Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Medical Doctor on staff Self Pay, Private Insurance, Medicaid and Medicare Must come through the emergency room 23

25 Georgetown University Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program For-Profit Agency 3800 Reservoir Road, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (201) Male, Female, Adults and Senior Citizens Outpatient and Day Treatment Evaluations and Assessments, Medication Services, Referral Services, Psychoeducation, Family Education Component, and Medical Doctor on staff Self Pay, Private Insurance and Medicare None Georgetown University Hospital Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program is an individualized treatment program that provides evaluations, education and aftercare treatment for alcohol and drug abusers as well as their families. 24

26 Hillcrest Children s Center Non-Profit Agency 1325 W Street, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Children under 18 and their families Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Evaluations and Assessments, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Family Education Component, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale, Self Pay, Private Insurance, Medicaid and Medicare None Hillcrest Children s Center is a community based mental health center serving both families and children from early childhood into adulthood in the metropolitan area. It is an outpatient treatment program that provides services for those with emotional and/or mental illness and substance abuse disorders. As a specialized service Hillcrest offers a substance abuse education program and is a mental health core service agency. 25

27 Institute for Behavioral Change Non-Profit Agency 401 H Street, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male, Female, Adults, Children under 18 and up to 21 years of age Outpatient and ACT Program Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Medical Doctor on staff Medicaid and Medicare None Institute for Behavioral Change is an outpatient program for youth with substance abuse problems. It includes after school, therapy and FANF programs. 26

28 Institute For Life Enrichment th Street, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male, Female, Adults and Children under 18 Outpatient, Methadone Treatment, and possible sentencing alternative Evaluations and Assessments, Medication Services, Prevention Services, and Medical Doctor on staff Private Insurance, Medicaid and Medicare None 27

29 Kolmac Clinic For-Profit Agency 1411 K Street, NW Suite 703 Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (301) Web: Male and Female Adults only Outpatient, Medical Detox, and Continuing Care and evening treatment Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Prevention Services, Family Education Component, and Medical Doctor on staff Private Insurance None Kolmac Clinic is an outpatient program for adults. The program consists of 20 sessions, 3 hours each. It starts off taking place 5 days a week and tapers down to 2 days a week over an 8-week period. 28

30 Latin American Youth Center Non-Profit Agency 1419 Columbia Road, NW Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male, Female Adults and Children under 18 Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Family Education Component, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Free or Sliding Scale 1. Must be a resident of the jurisdiction 2. Must have a substance abuse disorder Washington DC's Latin American Youth Center provides non-intensive, outpatient substance abuse treatment. All of the services are bilingual in English and Spanish. All youth begin with an assessment which leads to an individualized treatment plan and guides the general treatment process. All services provided are geared towards helping the youth and the family reach their goals and providing them with the tools they need to reach a healthier and brighter future. 29

31 Marshall Heights Community Development Organization 3700 Hayes Street, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Web: Male, Female, Adults and Senior Citizens Inpatient, Day Treatment, ACT Program, Accepts Walk In patients, and Core Service Day Rehabilitation Individual Counseling, Group Therapy, Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Intensive Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, Supported Residential, Family Education Component, Medical Doctor on staff, and Job Training and/or Assistance Sliding Scale and Medicaid Must be clinically diagnosed The Marshall Heights Community Development Organization (MHCDO) is a community-based nonprofit corporation that has undertaken community development activities in the Ward 7 area of Washington, DC since MHCDO seeks to increase economic opportunities for local residents by revitalizing neighborhoods, producing affordable housing, and providing human services. The human services that are offered include housing and financial counseling, supportive housing, home buying education and assistance, job training and placement, adult education, small business development, youth programs, mental health services, and emergency food and clothing. 30

32 Oasis Clinic For-Profit Agency 910 Bladensburg Road, NE Washington, DC Contact Number: (202) Intake Number: (202) Male and Female Adults only Outpatient, Clubhouse/Psychosocial, Medical & Non- Medical Detox, Methadone Treatment, Accepts Walk In patients, and possible sentencing alternative Evaluations and Assessments, Case Management, Medication Services, Referral Services, Prevention Services, Psychoeducation, and Medical Doctor on staff Self Pay and Medicare Must be over the age of 18 The Oasis Clinic is a substance abuse treatment program designed to eliminate the use of addictive drugs. The Oasis Clinic provides drug free intervention and medical support as needed. Assessments, individual and group counseling and focus planning are the activities on which effective treatment is based. The clinic is open 6 days a week with the longest medication hours in city. 31

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