Alcohol Substance Abuse Program
Our philosophy is to preserve the family unit by empowering them with the appropriate social skills and coping strategies.
The community-based Intensive Outpatient Program will provide comprehensive assessments, and solution-focused group and individual counseling to strengthen recovery, interpersonal and communication skills building to promote independence, medication management and health and safety monitoring. Additionally, ICOS will provide service coordination with other substance abuse, mental and physical health service providers as well as community resources to support stability and independence. Services will be provided to adults ages 18 and older who reside in the greater Richmond area who are diagnosed with substance abuse disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders. Individuals are encouraged to maximize their potential through clinically sound practices and individualized service plans allowing addressing psychiatric deficiencies, ICOS Intensive Outpatient staff work diligently with clients, community partners and outpatient providers to encourage personal enhancement of skills to prevent substance abuse relapse and the risk of out-of-home placements.
ICOS’s primary purpose is to identify at-risk individuals in the community and provide quality services, which are designed to develop adults with substance abuse disorders and individuals with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health diagnoses into healthy and functionally independent citizens and to maintain individuals at home and in their community.
Needs of Population
- Reduce risk of severe withdrawal
- No significant medical complications or medical conditions that are manageable and do not distract from treatment
- Understand and learn techniques that help regulate Emotional, behavioral or cognitive conditions that are of a mild severity and need monitoring but do not require a residential or partial hospitalization level of care
- Needs a structured program several times per week to promote progress through the stages of change.
- Gain understanding of addiction or mental health symptoms place the individual at a high likelihood of relapse, continued use, or continued problems without close monitoring and support several times per week.
- Help improve the individual’s recovery environment and recognize dangers of past and/or present environments.
- Clinical assessments to identify treatment needs
- Creation of an individualized service plan to address specific needs as identified clinical assessments
- Structured individualized treatment for 9-19 hours per week (3+ hours per day) in an outpatient setting
- Individual, family and/or group psychotherapy
- Psycho-pharmacological consultation
- Addiction medication management provided through referral
- 24-hour emergency services
- Adults (ages 18+) who meet ASAM criteria for the 2.1 Level of Care
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