EmberWood Center offers three levels of drug/alcohol outpatient treatment services for adults: educational services (Level .5), outpatient treatment services (Level 1), and intensive outpatient treatment services (Level 2). A level .5 Gambling Program is also available for those clients who are in need of gambling treatment services. Clinicians assess each new client to determine appropriate placement.
The first component of our drug/alcohol and gambling outpatient treatment programs consist of the intake/orientation and assessment sessions. During these sessions, clients learn about the program, services, their individual rights and their responsibilities as participants.
Each program component includes a treatment planning session during which the client and EmberWood Center staff negotiate a strategy or plan for addressing the person’s needs. The service plan may consist of a mix of individual sessions and groups. We encourage clients to learn about and participate in self-help groups along with the outpatient services that are provided by EmberWood Center.
Educational services (drug/alcohol) consist of a treatment planning session, 12 weekly group sessions over the course of approximately three months, random urine drug screens, one or two individual/family sessions, and an exit interview that includes discharge planning.
Outpatient treatment services (drug/alcohol) consist of a treatment planning session, two group sessions per week for 12 weeks, three to five individual/family sessions, random drug screens, and an exit interview that includes discharge planning.
The intensive outpatient program (drug/alcohol) includes a treatment planning session, groups three times per week for eight weeks and two times a week for the second eight weeks, three to five individual/family counseling sessions, random urine drug screens, development of a continuing care program, and a discharge planning session.
The gambling program consists of a treatment planning session, 12 weekly individual sessions over the course of approximately three months, random urine drug screens, one or two individual/family sessions if needed, and an exit interview that includes discharge planning.
Some individuals may not participate in all of the services described. We offer relapse prevention services for individuals who have been through a treatment program with us or elsewhere and just need a little support and reinforcement. Our doors are open from 9 AM to 8 PM, providing daytime and evening hours to accommodate various schedules.