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1 Access to care for adolescents who need treatment for Alcohol, Drug, or Co Occurring Disorders. Directory of DCF Funded Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs Florida Counties 2008 Executive Office of the Governor Office of Drug Control

2 Introduction The Directory of DCF Funded Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Programs in Florida 2006 was developed to assist parents, families, professionals, and individuals in locating public substance abuse treatment services for Florida youth. Substance abuse is a serious health problem that can result in significant disruption in the lives of adolescents, their families, and the community. If left unchecked, substance abuse can progress into addiction and can lead to premature death. The good news is that early intervention and treatment have been proven to be effective in interrupting teen substance abuse. There is no known cure for substance abuse or addiction and although relapses are common in the recovery process a number of evidence based treatment practices have been shown to be effective in treating substance abuse and substance dependence. When parents, families, professionals, and adolescents are seeking treatment for substance abuse or substance dependence it can be challenging to determine if outpatient treatment is sufficient or if more intensive treatment is needed. When more intensive care is needed outside of the home, treatment choices may be limited and may not be available in all counties due to higher operational costs. Distance to treatment and cost for treatment can create challenges that influence treatment choices. This directory is intended to help citizens locate and access public adolescent substance abuse treatment programs in Florida. The directory also includes information about screening instruments, assessment instruments, and evidence based treatment that is geared towards treatment professionals and may not be easy to decipher. Any of the providers listed in this directory will be happy to answer your questions about the directory and the treatment services they provide. They should be able to assist you in identifying the most appropriate level of care based on the individual needs of the adolescent. If you need additional information, you may contact the Office of Drug Control at: (850) or visit the web site at You can also contact the Department of Children and Families Substance Abuse Program Office at: (850) or visit the web site at: ii

3 Definitions, Terms, and Abbreviations This is a partial list of some commonly used treatment related terms and abbreviations that may be found in the directory. Some of these terms, treatment models, and abbreviations may not be familiar to all readers. Many of the treatment models and practices that are utilized in treatment are supported by extensive research. Information about many of these models and practices can easily be located by conducting an internet search. There may be other terms or abbreviations that used that are unique to specific providers. Readers are encouraged to contact those providers directly if they have questions or need additional information. Adolescent Diagnostic Interview (ADI) The ADI is a widely used evidence based assessment instrument that is used to help determine the presence of substance abuse and underlying mental health conditions. Aftercare This is a service that is provided to adolescents and their families after a period of involvement in substance abuse treatment. This service is provided to assist teens and families to develop coping skills to address the many challenges associated with recovery from substance abuse and addiction. Aftercare services provide assistance to adolescents and their families to help address family, school, community, and legal problems that may have occurred as a result of substance abuse related behaviors. Aftercare services also help recovering adolescents overcome delays in social, emotional, educational, and spiritual development that may have occurred because of substance abuse. Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous (A.A./N.A.). A.A. and N.A. are self help fellowships that are also referred to as A.A. meetings. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous do not accept any outside financial support or sponsorship. Meetings are facilitated by other recovering participants and by treatment professionals or paid staff. Participation in Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings is frequently encouraged and facilitated by many substance abuse treatment providers. American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria, Editions 2 or 3 (ASAM PPC 2/3) The American Society of Addiction Medicine has developed specific criteria to help treatment professionals to make recommendations about the level of care or intensity of treatment that is needed. Levels of care in substance abuse treatment fall into broad categories that include outpatient programs, intensive outpatient programs, residential treatment program, detoxification programs, and medically supervised detoxification programs. Beck Depression Inventory The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI, BDI II), created by Dr. Aaron T. Beck, is a 21 question multiple choice self report inventory that is one of the most widely used instruments for measuring the severity of depression. Bio Psychosocial Assessment When an adolescent first enters treatment for a suspected substance abuse problem, the provider completes a comprehensive assessment in order to determine what problems need to be addressed and what services need to be provided. A bio psychosocial assessment includes a thorough exploration of the impact of substance abuse on the adolescents health, social, psychological, family, educational, and spiritual functioning. A bio psychosocial assessment also explores the role of health, genetics, trauma, school, culture, gender, or other factors and their potential impact on the adolescents substance abuse use or co occurring mental health problems. The assessment process also includes considers the adolescents strengths, commitment to change, legal status, and responses to any previous treatment that has been received. iii

4 Brief Strategic Family Therapy Brief Strategic Family Therapy is a family therapy model that has been supported by extensive research to be effective in treating teens with substance abuse and delinquency problems. Commission on of Rehabilitation Facilities () In addition to meeting licensing guidelines through the Department of Children and Families, many of Florida s treatment providers seek additional program certification through certifying organizations that include and JCAHO (Joint Commission on of Health Organizations). Certification provides additional assurances to the public that the provider is committed to maintaining high standards of care. Cannabis Youth Treatment This model is based on the Cannabis Youth Treatment Series developed by the Centers for Substance Abuse Treatment and is a promising practice. It includes components of other models that have been determined to be effective including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), and Multi Dimensional Family Therapy. Advances in marijuana growing techniques for marijuana have led to dramatic increases in the levels of the primary mood enhancing chemical that is contained in marijuana, THC (Tetra Hydra Cannabinol, Delta 9). Nearly three fourths of adolescents that seek substance treatment do so because of marijuana abuse or dependence. Chapter 65D 30 F.A.C (Florida Administrative Code) Rule 65D 30 (authorized through 397 F.S.) establishes program standards for Florida s substance abuse providers. All providers listed in this directory are currently licensed through the Department of Children and Families Substance Abuse Program Office. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) This is an evidence based treatment model that is frequently used in substance abuse and mental health treatment of adolescents. CBT is used to help the adolescent to manage thoughts that can lead to negative emotions that are triggers for using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs or other problem behaviors. Comprehensive Continuous Integrated Systems of Care (CCISC) This is an evidence based practice developed by Kenneth Minkoff, M.D., and Christie Cline, M.D. This model emphasizes the importance of treating substance abuse disorders and mental health disorders simultaneously when both disorders are present. Research indicates that a high percentage of adolescents that have substance abuse problems also have underlying mental health problems and vice versa. The term Co Occurring Disorders is used when substance abuse disorders and mental health conditions are both present at the same time. Most of Florida s adolescent providers are able to treat co occurring disorders within their own programs (cooccurring enhanced programs) or they will coordinate needed mental health care with a mental health specialty provider (co occurring capable programs). program should exclude an adolescent from substance abuse treatment strictly because of the existence of an underlying mental health disorder, such as depression or attention deficit disorder. Dynamic Integrated Treatment Model This in approach to treatment that is utilized by some Florida providers. This approach appears to have specific benefit for adolescents that have co occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM IV TR) The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association, is the standard classification of mental disorders used by mental health professionals in the iv

5 United States. It also includes standard classifications for substance abuse and substance dependence disorders. Evidence Based Assessments Before specific treatment recommendations can be made to adolescents and their parents/guardians, providers first complete a thorough assessment to examine the impact of substance abuse in every areas of the adolescents life. Many of Florida s treatment providers utilize evidence based assessment instruments that have been tested and validated nationally through rigorous research. Evidence Based Practices Although treatment for addiction has been proven to be effective, some treatment practices are more effective than others. Each provider in this directory has listed the treatment practices that they utilize that are supported by research or promoted through professional publications. Extensive information about most of these treatment approaches can often be located by conducting an internet search. Information can also be obtained about specific practices by contacting the provider directly. Family Participation in Treatment Although Florida law allows adolescents to seek treatment without parental consent, involvement by parents and caregivers is important for a good treatment outcome. Some programs require family/parental participation. Others may strongly encourage family/parental involvement. Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) The Florida Department of Children and Families is the regulatory agency for substance abuse treatment providers in Florida. Substance abuse treatment providers are required to be licensed through DCF unless exempt by Florida Statute. Global Appraisal of Individual Needs (GAIN) The GAIN is one the most widely utilized evidence based assessment instruments in the adolescent substance abuse treatment field in the United States. It is widely utilized by Florida s adolescent substance abuse treatment providers. Levels of Care This directory contains references to different levels of treatment such as, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient. In the earlier stages of abuse, adolescents can usually be treated in outpatient settings. Adolescents that have severe substance abuse involvement and/or other complex behavioral or serious mental health issues may require more a more intensive level of care. A thorough assessment is necessary to help determine the most appropriate level of care. Massachusetts Adolescent Youth Screening Instrument, Second Edition (MAYSI II) This is a nationally recognized screening instrument that is used to screen out suspected substance abuse, mental health problems, and potential risk for self harm. Screening instruments are used to help determine if a more complete and thorough bio psychosocial assessment is indicated to rule out the presence of substance abuse or mental health concerns. Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) This is an evidence based treatment approach that has been proven to be effective in helping substance abusers to develop increased self awareness about their treatment needs and increased investment to change. Positive Achievement Change Tool (PACT) This is a screening and assessment instrument that is utilized by the Department of Juvenile Justice programs to help identify substance abuse and mental health treatment needs in youth. v

6 SAMH 1/SAMH 2 (Substance Abuse Mental Health Screening Instrument 1 & 2) The SAMH 1 and SAMH 2 are screening instruments that some Florida providers utilize to screen for potential substance abuse and mental health disorders in adolescents. Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI A2) The Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory is a screening questionnaire that is helpful in identifying substance abuse and substance dependence in adolescents. Twelve Step Facilitation Therapy (TSF) This is a brief, structured, and manual driven approach to facilitating early recovery from alcohol abuse, alcoholism, and other drug abuse and addiction problems. The intervention is based on the behavioral, spiritual, and cognitive principles of 12 step fellowships such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (). TSF is listed in the Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices. vi

7 Table of Contents. Page Introduction.. ii Definitions, Terms and Abbreviations. iii County Index. vii County Index (cont.) viii Alachua. 1 Baker Bay... 3 Bradford... 4 Brevard Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Dade Desoto Dixie Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake Lee Leon Levy vii

8 Liberty Madison Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole St. Johns St. Lucie Sumter Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla Washington Centers Serving All Counties viii

9 Alachua Hamilton Columbia Suwannee Union Bradford Lafayette Gilchrist Dixie Alachua Levy Putnam Service Counties Alachua Hamilton Bradford Lafayette Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. Columbia Levy Dixie Suwannee Contact Richard V. Anderson, Senior Vice President Gilchrist Union Address: 4300 SW 13th Street, Gainesville, FL Phone: (352) , ext Fax: (352) DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site % 5% 2 Sliding Scale Our Outpatient programs provide assessment, family, group and individual therapy and aftercare services for substance users and their families. Treatment goals and services are aimed at the elimination of alcohol or other drug use, improving functioning areas, role performance, skills and self-esteem. Services are provided M-F from 8:00am-7:30pm. Juvenile Drug Court programs are also provided for adolescents and families that need that level of care. These therapeutic courts are designed to provide treatment services for clients involved in the Juvenile Justice system. A 16- bed residential program treating adolescents with a primary substance abuse diagnosis is also available. This program provides a structured environment that stresses developing healthy coping skills to deal with substance abuse, family or personal life situations and problems. Collateral, family, group and individual therapy is provided. Residents attend school on site. Co-occurring services are provided. All adolescent treatment services are designed to not only treat the substance abuse problems, but also help resolve family, legal, mental health and other issues. #EBP: 2 Motivational Enhancement and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy SASSI-3 Must have a current pattern or history of substance use disorders and meet ASAM PPC-3criteria. Referrals should be made through our Access Center at x 2 Bio-psychosocial Assessment * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 16 : Day / Night N/A 1

10 Baker Nassau Duval Service Counties Baker Clay Duval St. Johns Gateway Community Services Contact Candace Hodgkins, Senior Vice President of Clinical Administration Address: 555 Stockton St., Jacksonville, FL Phone: (904) Fax: (904) St. Johns Clay Baker Nassau DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site 2% % All services are provided on a sliding fee scale no adolescent is turned away for lack of financial ability. Adolescent services are offered in: Level 2 and Outpatient (which includes BHOS at our DJJ Moderate Risk facility). TPC Village is a 24-bed adolescent residential treatment facility operated by Gateway in a public/private partnership with TPC Village, Inc., which provided the capital for the building through TPC Charities. The residential program has 18 beds for males and 12 beds for females. We provide a safe environment for the adolescent to learn and practice methods for living a drug free lifestyle based on a 12 Step recovery model. Group, individual and family therapy are utilized throughout the youth s 6-8 month stay to address the emotional, physical, spiritual, educational and psychological needs of the student. The program provides support through AA/ sponsors and 12 Step groups. Outpatient services are provided to youth still living at home and as an overlay service to youth in our DJJ moderate risk program. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 49 : #EBP: 4 Adolescent ASAM PPC 2R, CBT, CYT, Individual Drug Counseling, Family Therapy (BSFT CTN Protocol), Cooccurring Disorders Protocol and Motivational Interviewing. Adolescent ASAM PPC 2R, Bio-psycho-social (Assessment), and Beck Depression Inventory II, and DSMIV Checklist DSM IV TR Substance dependence or abuse diagnosis & ASAM placement criteria. Screening for medical or mental problems that would affect treatment ; must be stable. Detox first if needed. history of child abuse, Adolescent ASAM PPC 2R, Bio-psycho-social (Assessment), and Beck Depression Inventory II, and DSMIV Checklist Day / Night N/A 2

11 Bay Service Counties Bay Calhoun Holmes Washington Bay Jackson Gadsden Calhoun Gulf Liberty Leon Jeff erso n Mad Taylor Chemical Addictions Recovery Effort, Inc. Contact Wanda Campbell, Chief Operations Officer Address: 4000 East Third Ave, Panama City, Fl Phone: (850) , ext Fax: (850) Gulf Jackson Holmes Washington DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site 2 25% 15% 15% 25% Fees are based on a sliding scale, considering family size and income. Outpatient Services provides comprehensive assessment and treatment services for adolescents experiencing substance abuse problems. Outpatient provides TASC (Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities) evaluations and Drug Court treatment services based on referrals from the Department of Juvenile Justice in which specific issues and behavioral problems are assessed. Outpatient Services are provided in collaboration with the TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) program addressing individuals in need of treatment services. SOS is a 14 bed residential program that meets the special needs of adolescent substance abusers between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. All SOS residents are required to participate in an educational program. SOS considers family participation to be a key component in the successful treatment of our residents. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 15 : Cognitive-Behavioral therapy #EBP: 1 CARE uses the American Society of Addictions Medicine (ASAM) Patient Placement Criteria, second edition (PPC- 2)-R, along with the Florida Supplement to determine admission. SAMH 2 Bio-psychosocial Day / Night N/A 3

12 Bradford Hamilton Columbia Suwannee Union Bradford Lafayette Gilchrist Dixie Alachua Levy Putnam Service Counties Alachua Hamilton Bradford Lafayette Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. Columbia Levy Dixie Suwannee Contact Richard V. Anderson, Senior Vice President Gilchrist Union Address: 4300 SW 13th Street, Gainesville, FL Phone: (352) , ext Fax: (352) DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site % 5% 2 Sliding Scale Our Outpatient programs provide assessment, family, group and individual therapy and aftercare services for substance users and their families. Treatment goals and services are aimed at the elimination of alcohol or other drug use, improving functioning areas, role performance, skills and self-esteem. Services are provided M-F from 8:00am-7:30pm. Juvenile Drug Court programs are also provided for adolescents and families that need that level of care. These therapeutic courts are designed to provide treatment services for clients involved in the Juvenile Justice system. A 16- bed residential program treating adolescents with a primary substance abuse diagnosis is also available. This program provides a structured environment that stresses developing healthy coping skills to deal with substance abuse, family or personal life situations and problems. Collateral, family, group and individual therapy is provided. Residents attend school on site. Co-occurring services are provided. All adolescent treatment services are designed to not only treat the substance abuse problems, but also help resolve family, legal, mental health and other issues. #EBP: 2 Motivational Enhancement and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy SASSI-3 Must have a current pattern or history of substance use disorders and meet ASAM PPC-3criteria. Referrals should be made through our Access Center at x 2 Bio-psychosocial Assessment * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 16 : Day / Night N/A 4

13 Brevard Seminole Orange Service Counties Orange Human Services Associates, Inc. (HSA) Brevard Osceola Bre var d Contact Mary Johnson, Senior Director Address: 1600 Sarno Road, Suite 224, Melbourne, FL Phone: (321) Fax: (321) DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site Free to sliding scale The philosophy and goal of the Outpatient Treatment Program is to provide assessment and referral services as well as outpatient treatment to children ages who have been identified as being in need of outpatient substance abuse treatment. This program is designed to intervene with youth before they engage in behaviors that can lead to a life of addiction, emotional disturbance and criminal behavior. It is also a mechanism to enhance the quality of the children s lives and those of their caretakers, families, and communities. Services include psychosocial assessment, referral and linking to appropriate resources in the community, and for those clients who meet eligibility criteria outpatient substance abuse treatment services. Individualized treatment plans and a relapse prevention plan are developed for each client. Plans are developed jointly by staff, client, family members, service providers, and anyone relevant to success. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 0 : #EBP: 1 Alert and Living In Balance Curriculum (with older aged adolescents) Agency screening, also accepts TASC screenings and ARF screenings. Referrals from TASC, ARF, Self Referral, DJJ and DOE partners. Do not accept sex offenders, violent crime or with primary mental health diagnosis; Client s must be ages 10-17, reside in District 7 and consent to participate Agency developed psychosocial assessment will be completed to determine the extent of substance involvement and an ASAM will be completed to ensure appropriateness for the level of care: outpatient treatment. Day / Night N/A 5

14 Brevard Seminole Orange Service Counties Orange Osceola Bre var d The Center For Drug-Free Living Contact Dick Jacobs, Chief Executive Officer Address: 3670 Maguire Blvd, Suite 110, Orlando, FL Brevard Seminole Osceola Phone: Fax (407) DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site 83% 2.1% 7.1% 7.3% Sliding fee scale. Orientation is conducted five days per week for up to 30 minutes per individual The treatment model will use an assessment of improvement in functioning approach. Frequency of services is adjusted as clinically indicted. Random urinalysis. Support groups, individual and group therapy. Emphasis is on assessment, treatment and ancillary services. We also provide individual and group therapy, relapse prevention group, family education and counseling, self-help and support groups are also offered. Our program contains individualized treatment plans and HIV counseling and HIV risk assessment. Adolescent outpatient also has individualized treatment plans and random urine testing. Adolescent residential for males and females age providing mental health counseling, addiction counseling, educational/vocational services, transportation, health care services and family, partner and significant other services. This program has four graduated phases dependant upon achieving treatment goals. B.E.S.T. Program Multiple #EBP: 1 1) are in need of short term treatment; 2) have a history of substance abuse; and 3) whose abuse has rendered them dysfunctional in at least one area ne were provided * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 170 : Day / Night N/A 6

15 Brevard Seminole Orange Osceola Bre var d Service Counties 1971 The Grove Counseling Center, Inc. Contact Brian Kurz, / Karen Feliciano, Outpatient Address: 111 West Magnolia Avenue, Longwood, FL Seminole Orange Osceola Lake Volusia Brevard Phone: Fax: DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site Sliding scale Through a comprehensive evaluation, individuals identify needs, strengths, abilities and preferences. With this assessment, therapists are able to tailor a treatment plan to meet their needs. The Grove s Outpatient Program includes the following specialty services: Juvenile Anger Management, Tobacco 411, Victim Awareness, Juvenile Drug Court Programs, Rational Recovery Addictions Program, and Juvenile Intensive Outpatient.The Grove Academy is a three to five month intensive residential treatment program that addresses the physical, psychological and social needs of adolescents with serious alcohol and/or drug problems. The Academy serves male and female adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17, with a 40 bed capacity. Academic instruction is offered at our facility five days per week in partnership with Seminole County Public Schools. The Academy s Family Program educates parents and caregivers about chemical dependency and its effects on the entire family so that they are able to support their child s recovery process. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy #EBP: 2 Individual, Family and Group Therapy Referrals made through Self Referral, DCF and Drug Court * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 40 Intensive Outpatient Day Night: 12 : n/a OP group Michigan Addiction Screening Test; CAGE Interview; PACE; Drug Addiction Screening Test; DECK and Marijuana Survey CASI and ASAM Day / Night N/A 7

16 Brevard Seminole 1989 JCAHO 7 Orange Service Counties Orange Osceola Bre var d Orlando HMA, d/b/a University Behavioral Center Contact Ken Henderson, Director of Business Development Address: 2500 Discovery Drive, Orlando, FL Osceola Brevard Seminole Phone: (407) , ext. 102 Fax: (407) DCF DJJ Court CBO Other Web Site 6 5% 1 24% CBC/DCF/SAMH &361; SIPP $ , most insurances accepted University Behavioral Center provides residential and inpatient mental health treatment for children and adolescents with dual diagnosis only and not primary diagnosis of substance abuse in the following programs: General RTC program for both males and females (6-17) Male sexual reactive program (6-17) Female sexual trauma program (12-17) Short-term residential program, crisis stabilization, partial hospitalization program * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 104 : Cognitive Behavioral Therapy #EBP: 1 IQ 60 and above Medically stable Presence of DMS IV TR diagnosis Repeated loss of impulse control Internal Intake Assessment Internal Intake Assessment Nursing Assessment Educational Assessment Ansell Casey Assessment Day / Night N/A 8

17 Broward 2001 N/A 10 Broward Service Counties South Pines Academy Broward Contact Damon Osborn, Director Address: 8200 S. Palm Drive, Pembroke Pines, FL Phone: (954) Fax: (954) Web Site DCF DJJ Court CBO Other 10 separate charges for substance abuse treatment or education. South Pines Academy is a level 4 and level 6 program consisting of adolescent males sentenced by DJJ. Services include substance abuse education for all youths and treatment for those youths meeting diagnostic criteria for abuse or dependence. Group treatment is mandatory for an eight-week period, with ongoing treatment available for those who choose to participate. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 88 : 0 88 #EBP: 0 SASSI Day / Night N/A 9

18 Broward 1953 JCAHO 10 Broward Service Counties South Broward Hospital District Broward Contact Tim Curtin, Director, Community Youth Services Address: 7031 Taft Street, Hollywood, FL Phone: (954) Fax: (954) Web Site DCF 25% DJJ 2 Court 2 CBO 25% Other 1 Sliding Scale Community Youth Services (CYS) provides Outpatient substance abuse treatment to adolescents and their families. Services include individual, group and family therapy. Parent education is required. Treatment Consists of 12 weeks of counseling and 12 weeks of aftercare. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 0 : I Can Problem Solve -Reconnecting Youth #EBP: 4 -Bry s Behavioral & Reinforcement Program -Guiding Good Choices ASAM Referrals made through DJJ, SAO, School District, Selfreferral Bio-Psychosocial UA Test Day / Night N/A 10

19 Broward Broward Service Counties The Starting Place, Inc. Palm Beach Miami-Dade Broward Contact Dr. Ann Whitehouse, Clinical Director Address: 351 N. State Road 7, Suite 200, Plantation, FL Phone: (954) Fax (954) Web Site DCF 65% DJJ 1 Court 1 CBO Other 15% (no client is refused serviced based on inability to pay) Comprehensive service array for individuals with substance abuse, mental health or co-occurring diagnoses. Services include traditional outpatient counseling, in-home individual and family counseling, case management, outreach, and aftercare for adolescents and their families. * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 0 : Functional Family Therapy (FFT) Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) -ASAM #EBP: 4 - Meet ASAM Criteria - Primary substance abuse diagnosis (can also served secondary MH diagnosis) years of age Indepth Biopsychosocial Assessment CFARS Day / Night N/A 11

20 Broward 1970 Service Counties Broward Spectrum Programs, Inc./Miami Behavorial Health Center Dade Broward Contact Alice M. Denis, Vice President/ Division Director Address: N.E. 6th Ave, Miami, FL Phone: (305) Fax: (305) Web Site DCF DJJ Court CBO Other % 1 5% Sliding scale Spectrum Programs, Inc. & Miami Behavioral Health Center, Inc. provide Substance Abuse treatment services to chemically abusing adolescents and their families. SPI & MBHC provide these services to preferred adolescents through contractual arrangements with DCF Districts & I, DJJ, Children s Service Board, Marchman Act and Medicaid. Self Referrals and private insurances are also included for admission into the and Out-Patient levels of care. Adolescents are also seen in-home and on-site (schools) or may be, through delivered- pre-evaluation services in the community. Additionally, SPI is the lead Agency for the Juvenile Assessment Team located at the Juvenile Intervention Facility (JIF) and is the coordinating Case Management Agency for the Broward County Juvenile Drug Court Program. Out-patient and services offer assessment, individual and group counseling, psychiatric evaluation and medication management, family counseling and psycho-educational/intervention services. Skill based services such as: relapse prevention, drug and alcohol education and anger management are included within the service delivery system. After care and linkage with support groups are included during discharge planning. Also offered is psychiatric and case management services to children and adolescents. #EBP: 7 Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, T.C., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Role Recovery Model, Minkoff s CCISC Axis I, D of Substance Abuse or Substance Dependency or co-occurring disorders * 1, 2, 3, and 4: 22 Intensive Outpatient Day Night: : ASAM PPC-2R Biopsychosocial ADAD, CFARS Day / Night N/A 12

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