Individual substance abuse counseling is provided for individuals struggling with moderate to serious drug and alcohol abuse issues. Using an intervention model, this outpatient treatment focuses on developing specific goals to enable clients to create a healthier and more productive lifestyle.
To Get Started:
Fees are assessed on a sliding scale. CSSW is an authorized provider for many insurance and managed care plans. Clients are encouraged to check whether their policy covers substance abuse services. A prior authorization may be required.
Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) Referrals
Pretreatment & Assessment
Early Intervention (8 Sessions)
This intervention model is provided to low and moderate substance abusers who have daily functioning skills in society. This group assists clients in developing coping skills that help them create a healthy, stable, positive, and productive lifestyle. The process includes counseling, coaching, explorations, education, support, prevention techniques and resource utilization for individuals.
Re-Direction (15 sessions)
This intervention model is provided to parolees/probationers with more serious substance abuse issues, which have resulted in more lengthy incarceration and disruption of family ties.
The treatment goals for this program include
- Correcting thinking-distortions and errors
- Addressing deficits in problem solving and reasoning.
The program also addresses relapse/recidivism behaviors by strengthening skills including:
- Coping with urges and triggers for use
- Refusing drug/crime offers
- Utilizing reports and journaling
Substance Abuse Schedule
PreTreatment Group/Orientation meetings are every Thursday from 12:30-2:30 pm. Participants must arrive on time. Referrals must include both pages of the CFJ-140.