Designed to provide intensive and extended substance abuse services to adolescents (ages 0 - 18) and his/her family. This program focuses on issues and problems related to the adolescent's abuse/dependence of both drugs and alcohol. The curriculum includes: anger management, socialization, decision-making, and values and problem solving skills in relationship to substance abuse.
Probation and Parole Program:
Designed to provide substance abuse assessments and group counseling services to individuals 18 years of age and older currently on probation and parole with the Department of Corrections. All individuals referred to this program by his/her Probation/Parole officer are assessed to determine the extent of his/her substance abuse and treatment services needed. Length of treatment recommended is based on the individualized client assessment.
Behavior Health COMING SOON
TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) PROGRAM:
Designed to provide substance abuse assessments, case management and referral services to individuals 18 years of age and older participating in the DHS TANF program. All individuals referred to this program are assessed to determine either the need for substance abuse treatment and/or as well as for other service needs.
Drug Court Program:
Designed to provide comprehensive and integrated behavioral health services for individuals 18 years of age and older in collaboration with the judicial system. The purpose of this treatment program is to eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other mood altering drugs in relation to criminal and civil judicial actions. Services include: screenings, assessments, case management, intensive and extended outpatient, substance abuse treatment and self-help advocacy, relapse prevention, and drug and alcohol education. C.A.R.E. for Change, Inc. works in conjunction with the court system as a direct treatment service provider and member of the drug court treatment team.
Community Sentencing Program:
Designed to expand and provide quality/effective substance abuse treatment services for consumers referred by the Department of Corrections through the Community Sentencing Program. All individuals referred to this program are assessed to determine their needs in group, recovery and/or advocacy.
Access To Recovery Program:
Designed to assist adults who have been affected by the criminal justice system and use or have used alcohol or drugs. The OATR program allows consumers to be involved in their recovery process through active participation in decisions made about needed services and support. The OATR program allows the consumer to choose where and from whom they receive services to best meet their goals. It empowers the consumer to be involved in their own recovery. The OATR program is strictly about the needs of the consumer.