Substance Abuse Services

    Results: 33

  • Alcohol Use Disorder Counseling (37)
    RX-8450.8000-050

    Alcohol Use Disorder Counseling

    RX-8450.8000-050

    Programs that provide individual, group or family therapy for people who have problems related to excessive alcohol use (and/or for their families) to help them better understand the nature of the disorder and support recovery efforts.
  • Alcohol Use Disorder Day Treatment (2)
    RX-8450.8100-050

    Alcohol Use Disorder Day Treatment

    RX-8450.8100-050

    Programs that provide supervised, structured, full-day daytime activities which may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, a program for family members, relapse prevention services and a continuing care program for individuals who have an alcohol use disorder, need treatment that is more intensive than an outpatient program but do not require 24-hour hospital care, and are currently sober. Most participants attend day treatment programs eight hours per day Monday through Friday with part-day sessions on the weekends (though some programs are available as little as five hours per day or as long as 12 hours per day).
  • Alcohol Use Disorder Education/Prevention (16)
    RX-8250.0500

    Alcohol Use Disorder Education/Prevention

    RX-8250.0500

    Programs that provide information about alcohol use disorders (including the symptoms, screening and diagnostic procedures and methods of treatment) and/or which offer any of a variety of services that focus on excessive alcohol use prevention for people of all ages who are at risk. Included may be printed materials or videos that address the subject; psycho-educational and skill building activities; structured groups which focus on family dynamics, problem solving, self-esteem and similar issues; and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups regarding the dangers of excessive alcohol use, the signs of related disorders, the potential legal consequences of excessive alcohol use and how to get help.
  • Alcohol Use Disorder Referrals (1)
    RX-8470.8600-050

    Alcohol Use Disorder Referrals

    RX-8470.8600-050

    Programs that link people who have or at risk of an alcohol use disorder with appropriate resources.
  • Alcohol Use Related Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses (6)
    RX-8500.6500-050

    Alcohol Use Related Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses

    RX-8500.6500-050

    Community-based, peer-group-oriented, residential facilities that provide food, shelter and recovery services in a supportive, non-drinking, drug-free environment for people who have completed a hospital or residential alcohol use disorder rehabilitation program and need continued support in a residential setting to sustain their recovery. Services may include case management, relapse prevention counseling, 12-step meetings, educational and vocational planning, recreational activities and assistance in obtaining health, social, vocational and other services available in the community. Residents are expected to abide by house rules which vary from facility to facility. The objective is to help people who are recovering from an alcohol use disorder bridge the gap between intensive treatment and independent sober living.
  • Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving Prevention (2)
    RX-8250.0550

    Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving Prevention

    RX-8250.0550

    Organizations that sponsor a variety of educational programs that attempt to discourage adolescents and adults from driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs that have an impact on their reflexes or judgment. The objective of the program is to reduce the incidence of accidents caused by drinking/drug-impaired drivers.
  • Buprenorphine Based MAT Programs (3)
    RX-8450.5000-100

    Buprenorphine Based MAT Programs

    RX-8450.5000-100

    Medication assisted treatment (MAT) programs that use buprenorphin to help people with an opioid use disorder abstain from or reduce their use of opioids (usually heroin or painkillers such as oxycondin or morphine). Buprenorphine produces a weaker version of effects (including euphoria and respiratory depression) that are associated with full drugs such as heroin and methadone. The effects increase with each dose until at moderate doses they level off, lowering the risk of misuse, dependency and side effects. Treatment occurs in three phases: a medically monitored start-up phase when the patient is in early stages of withdrawal; a stabilization phase after a patient has discontinued or greatly reduced their misuse of the problem drug, no longer has cravings, and experiences few, if any, side effects; and a maintenance phase when a patient is doing well on a steady dose of buprenorphine. The length of time of the maintenance phase is tailored to each patient and could be indefinite. Once an individual is stabilized, an alternative approach would be to go into a medically supervised withdrawal, which makes the transition from a physically dependent state smoother. People then can engage in further rehabilitation—with or without MAT—to prevent a possible relapse. Ideal candidates for opioid dependency treatment with buprenorphine have an opioid use disorder diagnosis, are willing to follow safety precautions for the treatment, have been cleared of any health conflicts with using the drug and have reviewed other treatment options before agreeing to buprenorphine treatment.
  • Central Intake/Assessment for Alcohol Use Disorder (6)
    RX-0400.1500-150

    Central Intake/Assessment for Alcohol Use Disorder

    RX-0400.1500-150

    Programs that evaluate individuals who may have an alcohol use disorder and triage them for the limited number of subsidized beds that may be available in the community. Some programs may also offer access to medical detoxification services for people who need them.
  • Central Intake/Assessment for Drug Use Disorders (6)
    RX-0400.1500-180

    Central Intake/Assessment for Drug Use Disorders

    RX-0400.1500-180

    Programs that evaluate individuals who may have a substance use disorder involving one or more drugs other than alcohol and triage them for the limited number of subsidized beds that may be available in the community. Some programs may also offer access to medical detoxification services for people who need them.
  • Comprehensive Outpatient Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment (24)
    RX-8450.1150-150

    Comprehensive Outpatient Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment

    RX-8450.1150-150

    Supervised, structured programs that offer a wide range of outpatient services which may be coordinated by a case manager and may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and supportive services (such as child care, transportation and parenting skills development) for individuals who have an alcohol use disorder and need access to treatment to maintain their individual recovery plans but do not require the intensity of a day treatment program or 24-hour hospital care. Participants attend the program on a regularly scheduled basis at least once a month but usually more frequently depending on their individual needs. Intensive outpatient programs are usually available three or four days per week for three or four hours per day.
  • Comprehensive Outpatient Drug Use Disorder Treatment (24)
    RX-8450.1150-180

    Comprehensive Outpatient Drug Use Disorder Treatment

    RX-8450.1150-180

    Supervised, structured programs that offer a wide range of outpatient services which may be coordinated by a case manager and may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and supportive services (such as child care, transportation and parenting skills development) for individuals who have a drug use disorder and need access to treatment to maintain their individual recovery plans but do not require the intensity of a day treatment program or 24-hour hospital care. Participants attend the program on a regularly scheduled basis at least once a month but usually more frequently depending on their individual needs. Intensive outpatient programs are usually available three or four days per week for three or four hours per day.
  • Court Ordered DUI Evaluations (5)
    RX-0400.1600

    Court Ordered DUI Evaluations

    RX-0400.1600

    Programs that provide a court-ordered assessment of individuals who have been convicted of driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol to evaluate the severity of their problem and make a recommendation to the court regarding appropriate treatment.
  • Drug Use Disorder Counseling (36)
    RX-8450.8000-180

    Drug Use Disorder Counseling

    RX-8450.8000-180

    Programs that provide individual, group or family therapy for individuals who have problems related to drug use (and/or for their families) to help them better understand the nature of the disorder and support recovery efforts.
  • Drug Use Disorder Day Treatment (2)
    RX-8450.8100-180

    Drug Use Disorder Day Treatment

    RX-8450.8100-180

    Programs that provide supervised, structured, full-day daytime activities which may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, a program for family members, relapse prevention services and a continuing care program for individuals who have a drug use disorder, need treatment that is more intensive than an outpatient program but do not require 24-hour hospital care, and are currently drug free. Most participants attend day treatment programs eight hours per day Monday through Friday with part-day sessions on the weekends (though some programs are available as little as five hours per day or as long as 12 hours per day).
  • Drug Use Disorder Education/Prevention (14)
    RX-8250.1700

    Drug Use Disorder Education/Prevention

    RX-8250.1700

    Programs that provide information about drug use (including the drugs most commonly used and their effects, the symptoms of related disorders, screening and diagnostic procedures and methods of treatment) and/or offer any of a variety of services that focus on drug use prevention for people of all ages who are at risk (i.e., who are currently in the light or experimental stage of using drugs; who are members of a drug using sibling, peer or family group; and/or who have behavioral and/or emotional problems at home, in school, in the community or with the criminal justice system). Included may be printed materials or videos that address the subject; psycho-educational and skill building activities; structured groups which focus on family dynamics, problem-solving, self-esteem and similar issues; and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups regarding the dangers of drug use, the signs of related disorders, the legal consequences of drug use and how to get help.
  • Drug Use Disorder Referrals (1)
    RX-8470.8600-180

    Drug Use Disorder Referrals

    RX-8470.8600-180

    Programs that link people who have or at risk of a drug use disorder with appropriate resources.
  • Drug Use Related Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses (6)
    RX-8500.6500-180

    Drug Use Related Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses

    RX-8500.6500-180

    Community-based, peer-group-oriented, residential facilities that provide food, shelter and recovery services in a supportive, non-drinking, drug free environment for people who have completed a hospital or residential drug use disorder rehabilitation program and need continued support in a residential setting to sustain their recovery. Services may include case management, relapse prevention counseling, 12-step meetings, educational and vocational planning, recreational activities and assistance in obtaining health, social, vocational and other services available in the community. Residents are expected to abide by house rules which vary from facility to facility. The objective is to help people who are recovering from a drug use disorder bridge the gap between intensive treatment and independent drug-free living.
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing (3)
    RX-0400.1850

    Drug/Alcohol Testing

    RX-0400.1850

    Programs that administer blood, urine or breath tests or utilize other screening techniques to determine whether an individual has alcohol or other drugs in his or her system and to identify the substance involved. Sweat, saliva, tears and hair can also be analyzed for the same purpose.
  • Gambling Addiction Counseling/Treatment (7)
    RP-1400.8000-250

    Gambling Addiction Counseling/Treatment

    RP-1400.8000-250

    Programs that provide emotional support, information and guidance in a variety of settings for people who are having difficulty controlling their compulsion to gamble, and for their families. Some programs may include a financial counseling and/or management component which helps individuals deal with issues related to their spending and accumulated debt.
  • Gambling Addiction Prevention Programs (1)
    RR-5150.5000-250

    Gambling Addiction Prevention Programs

    RR-5150.5000-250

    Programs that attempt to reduce the incidence of problem gambling through a variety of educational interventions which help people understand the nature of problem gambling (gambling that causes psychological, physical, social or vocational disruptions in the lives of people for whom gambling is an issue); the risk factors and warning signs; and sources for treatment and support. Included are prevention programs that address specific target populations (e.g., helping professionals, people who are at risk for the problem or people who are concerned about their own gambling or the gambling of someone they care about) as well as those that are intended to reach the community at large. Delivery formats may include printed materials, videos or websites that address the subject and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups.
  • General Assessment for Substance Use Disorders (22)
    RX-0400.2500

    General Assessment for Substance Use Disorders

    RX-0400.2500

    Programs that evaluate individuals who may have a drug and/or alcohol use disorder to determine the nature and extent of the problem; and which may make a recommendation regarding treatment or may refer the individual to a specific program. The service does not include a centralized triage function within the community or a formal relationship with the courts.
  • Inpatient Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (7)
    RX-8450.3300-300

    Inpatient Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.3300-300

    Health care facilities that provide short-term (usually one to four week) structured inpatient treatment programs which may include medical evaluation and treatment, detoxification, personal recovery planning, individual and group therapy, alcohol education, 12-step or other mutual support groups, recreational and social activities and family support for individuals who have an alcohol use disorder. Outpatient counseling and continuing care services are usually available on an ongoing basis following discharge. Included are hospitals that are totally devoted to treatment for alcohol related disorders and programs within general inpatient health care facilities.
  • Inpatient Drug Detoxification (4)
    RX-1700.1700-330

    Inpatient Drug Detoxification

    RX-1700.1700-330

    Programs operated by hospitals or other inpatient facilities and staffed by trained medical personnel that provide assistance and support, including medication, to help individuals who are physically dependent on one or a combination of substances during the withdrawal period. Inpatient detoxification is required when the withdrawal process is potentially dangerous or when the individual has acute medical problems.
  • Inpatient Drug Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (6)
    RX-8450.3300-350

    Inpatient Drug Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.3300-350

    Health care facilities that provide long or short-term (usually three week to nine month) inpatient treatment programs which may include medical evaluation and treatment, detoxification, personal recovery planning, individual and group therapy, 12-step meetings, recreational and social activities and family support for individuals who have a drug use disorder. Outpatient counseling and continuing care services are usually available on an ongoing basis following discharge. Included are hospitals that are totally devoted to treatment for drug use disorders and programs within general inpatient health care facilities.
  • Inpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol Detoxification (5)
    RX-1700.0500-330

    Inpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol Detoxification

    RX-1700.0500-330

    Programs operated under the supervision of trained physicians, nurses or counselors in an inpatient hospital setting or other inpatient facility that provide assistance and support including medical treatment and possibly prescription drugs to help individuals who are physically dependent on alcohol during the withdrawal period.
  • Methadone Clinics (4)
    RX-8450.5000-510

    Methadone Clinics

    RX-8450.5000-510

    Medication assisted treatment (MAT) programs that use methadone to help people with an opioid use disorder abstain from or reduce their use of opioids. Methadone works by changing how the brain and nervous system respond to pain. It lessens the painful symptoms of opiate withdrawal and blocks the euphoric effects of opiate drugs such as heroin, morphine, and codeine, as well as semi-synthetic opioids like oxycodone and hydrocodone. Methadone is offered in pill, liquid, and wafer forms and is taken once a day. Pain relief from a dose of methadone lasts about four to eight hours. Patients taking methadone to treat opioid addiction must receive the medication under the supervision of a physician. After a period of stability (based on progress and proven, consistent compliance with the medication dosage), patients may be allowed to take methadone at home between program visits. The length of time in methadone treatment varies from person to person but should be at least 12 months; and treatment must be stopped gradually to prevent withdrawal. The decision to stop treatment needs to be supervised by a physician.
  • Opioid Detoxification (4)
    RX-1700.1700-500

    Opioid Detoxification

    RX-1700.1700-500

    Programs that specialize in providing detoxification services for people who have a physical dependency on an opioid substance (usually heroin, oxycodone or morphine). Detoxification methods vary but often entail stabilization via prescription medication such as methadone, buprenorphine (Subutex), buprenorphine-naloxone (Suboxone) or naltrexone administered by medical professionals. Specialized opioid detoxification programs can be either inpatient or outpatient.
  • Relapse Prevention Programs (15)
    RX-8470.6900

    Relapse Prevention Programs

    RX-8470.6900

    Programs that provide structured therapy groups or other interventions which help recovering drug and/or excessive alcohol users make the cognitive, behavioral and attitudinal changes that are necessary to prevent them from returning to their previous patterns of use. The program helps participants deal in a very focused way with a wide variety of issues that have an impact on their commitment to sobriety and may include topics like exercise, nutrition, boredom, addictive behavior, looking forward, work and recovery, guilt and shame, the role of 12-step programs, staying busy, truthfulness, trust, repairing relationships, anger management, money management and dealing with feelings.
  • Residential Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (4)
    RX-8450.7000-700

    Residential Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.7000-700

    Community based residential facilities that provide a long or short-term (usually one to nine month) alcohol and drug-free supportive environment in which individuals who have an alcohol use disorder can achieve and/or maintain sobriety. Residential alcohol use disorder programs are usually staffed by individuals recovering from an alcohol use disorder and offer services that differ widely among facilities, but which may include personal recovery planning services, 12-step or other mutual support groups, excessive alcohol use education, family support, recreation and social activities and assistance in obtaining vocational and social services.
  • Residential Drug Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (4)
    RX-8450.7000-750

    Residential Drug Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.7000-750

    Community based facilities that provide a 24-hour, supervised, supportive, drug-free environment in which people who have a drug use disorder can learn to deal with their lives and remain drug free upon return to the community. Services may include individual and group counseling and 12-step and other mutual support groups, drug education and structured social activities which may be available to family members or significant others as well as to residents.
  • Smoking Cessation (4)
    RX-8450.7900

    Smoking Cessation

    RX-8450.7900

    Programs that utilize one or a variety of techniques including aversion therapy, hypnosis, acupuncture, acupressure, and individual and/or group therapy or mutual support groups to help people who wish to control their dependence on nicotine and give up cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff or other substances containing nicotine. Included are smoking "quitlines" which provide information and counseling about tobacco use for people who prefer a telephone-based service.
  • Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs (3)
    RX-8470.8400

    Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs

    RX-8470.8400

    Programs that work with the families and friends and others who are concerned with the excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs by someone they love with the objective of helping those individuals create a crisis in the life of the person as the first step in helping them to recognize that they have a substance use disorder and accept treatment. The program offers a guided process during which groups of concerned others express their feelings about the effects of the problem on their own lives; develop the strength and objectivity to confront the one they love; plan and rehearse an intervention strategy where the individual is confronted with his or her behavior and the consequences of refusing to seek treatment; confirm a treatment plan including financial arrangements and bed availability; establish a date and time for the intervention; and carry out the intervention with the hope that the person will accept treatment.
  • Tobacco Use Education/Prevention (1)
    RX-8250.8000

    Tobacco Use Education/Prevention

    RX-8250.8000

    Programs that provide information about smoking and nicotine addiction, the dangers associated with smoking or utilizing other substances containing nicotine, the risks associated with exposure to second hand smoke and different approaches to smoking cessation with the objective of preventing people from starting to smoke or of helping them find a way to give up the habit if they already use tobacco products. Included may be printed materials or videos that address the subject and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups.
 
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