Allied Behavioral Management offers these services as a convenient treatment alternative for consumers. Consumers and their families can come to one place for all of their mental health needs. The agency’s clinical staff stands ready to provide immediate assistance with completing intakes, evaluations, and needed assessments. Once the consumer’s needs are determined, the staff can begin to develop a goal plan in order to start the therapeutic process as quickly as possible. Once the intake and Person Centered Planning process is completed, the staff is ready to assist the family with other services needed as well. This service is targeted to assist both children and adults.



Substance Abuse Treatment Services

 

SA Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) Program is a time limited, multi-faceted approach treatment service for adults who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery. SACOT Program is a service emphasizing reduction in use and abuse of substances and/or continued abstinence, the negative consequences of substance abuse, development of social support network and necessary lifestyle changes, educational skills, vocational skills leading to work activity by reducing substance abuse as a barrier to employment, social and interpersonal skills, improved family functioning, the understanding of addictive disease, and the continued commitment to a recovery and maintenance program. These services are provided during day and evening hours to enable individuals to maintain residence in their community, continue to work or go to school, and to be a part of their family life. The following types of services are included in the SACOT Program:

1.  Individual counseling and support;

2.  Group counseling and support;

3.  Family counseling, training or support;

4.  Biochemical assays to identify recent drug use (e.g., urine drug screens);

5.  Strategies for relapse prevention to include   community and social support systems in treatment;

6.  Life skills;

7.  Crisis contingency planning;

8.  Disease management; and

9.  Treatment support activities that have been adapted or specifically designed for persons with physical disabilities or persons with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse/dependence or mental retardation/developmental disability and substance abuse/ dependence.

 



SA Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) means structured individual and group addiction activities and services that are provided at an outpatient program designed to assist adult and adolescent consumers to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. The program is offered at least 3 hours a day, at least 3 days a week, with no more than 2 consecutive days between offered services, and distinguishes between those individuals needing no more than 19 hours of structured services per week (ASAM Level II.1). The recipient must be in attendance for a minimum of 3 hours a day in order to bill this service. SAIOP services shall include a structured program consisting of, but not limited to, the following services:

1. Individual counseling and support;

2. Group counseling and support;

3. Family counseling, training or support;

4. Biochemical assays to identify recent drug use (e.g. urine drug screens);

5. Strategies for relapse prevention to include community and social support systems in treatment;

6. Life skills;

7. Crisis contingency planning;

8. Disease Management; and

9. Treatment support activities that have been adapted or specifically designed for persons with physical disabilities, or persons with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse/dependence or mental retardation/developmental disability and substance abuse/dependence.