Alcohol and Drug ServicesAlcohol and Drug Services comprise the largest program at Catholic Human Services and are offered in each the agencyÃ¢Â€Â™s major offices and most satellite locations.
Because persons who seek these services arrive with varying levels of alcohol and drug experience, we make every effort to determine which type and level of counseling are most appropriate for each individual.Â And because counseling often delves into personal issues, we assure an environment that is safe, welcoming, and respectful.
Our treatment philosophy is based on the belief that addiction is a disease and that abstinence is a necessary first step in managing the condition.Â We approach treatment from a holistic perspective as we view mind, body, and spirit as components of a healthy life.Â A team of professional counselors and social workers, under the supervision of psychiatrists, provides treatment for alcohol and drug abuse, dependence, and related issues.
- Counseling for Adults and Adolescents:Â Outpatient services consist of individual, group, and/or family sessions.Ã¢Â€Â¢Â Â Â Screening and Assessment:Â Most assessments are completed over the course of two sessions.
- Alcohol Highway Safety Education:Â These classes provide information to drivers referred by the Courts after substance abusing offenses.Â Many of these classes include a Victims Impact Panel.
- Aftercare:Â Group sessions are available for chemically dependent clients who have already completed residential or outpatient programs and wish to learn and grow in their recovery.
Our Alcohol and Drugs Services program is accredited by the Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF), an international accrediting agency based in Tucson, Arizona.