SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER
Live Benevolent provides assessments to all individuals enrolled in our SUD program. Individual, family, and group counseling are also included on top of other therapeutic and support services to individuals and their loved ones affected or impacted by substance use behaviors. With belief that, through effective services, education, and support, addiction can be successfully treated so our clients can live full, meaningful, and productive lives in their community.
Our Services Include:
Early intervention, education, and support program designed to identify problematic behaviors related to substance abuse and address them before they progress.
A one-on-one client interview, family engagement evaluation, and toxicology screening assist the therapist to develop individualized treatment recommendations.
Family involvement is a key component in the Live Benevolent treatment approach. Support for loved ones who are affected by another’s substance use is also available.
We offer structure and support to those on the recovery journey through services based on:
Professional assessment and treatment planning.
Professional individual and family counseling.
Peer-led group discussions to provide social reinforcement and support.
Support to adhere to a recovery plan.
Referrals to appropriate partners as needed.
We have short-term, intermediate, and long-term services for both adults and adolescents based on evidence-based best practices that include:
Level 0.5 DUI Education
One-on-one individual counseling sessions with a licensed professional therapist for approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Weekly or more often as needed.
Level I Outpatient
Individual therapy designed for adults and adolescents (over the age of 14) who do not require an intensive level of treatment. All services are provided by our qualified and competent professional staff. Counseling is provided weekly, more often if needed.
Level II.I Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
A 6-8 week, structured program for adults and adolescents (over the age of 14) who are experiencing behavioral issues and/or emotional problems related to a substance use disorder but do not require Partial Hospitalization Treatment (PHT). Our adult program consists of 9-20 hours of treatment per week (3 hours/daily for 3-5 days). Our adolescent program consists of 15 hours of treatment per week (3 hours/daily for 5 days).
Our IOP Treatment Program is created from a wide range of therapies and services developed according to each recipient’s individual needs and the severity of their illness. Treatment modalities may include individual and group therapy, psychopharmacology (by prescription), and psycho-educational classes conducted by licensed behavioral health specialists.