OAKLAND FAMILY SERVICES SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM
One in four people are affected by substance abuse. Addiction and substance abuse can impact families in many ways:
- Relationship difficulties
- Anxiety and depression
- Health problems
- Behavioral problems
- Job problems
Addiction is a complex disease that negatively affects every aspect of a person's life. The nature of the addiction process can be stopped and relapses prevented through commitment to proper treatment, sobriety or abstinence, and recovery, which is a lifelong endeavor.
Oakland Family Services offers counseling services for people who are dealing with these issues.
WHAT SERVICES DOES OAKLAND FAMILY SERVICES OFFER FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE?
Oakland Family Services' substance abuse program offers a variety of outpatient treatment services for all ages:
- Individual session
- Group therapy
- Educational groups
- Family sessions
- Psychiatric evaluations
- Drug screens
- Drivers license evaluations
GROUP SERVICES: Individuals may be referred to therapy, educational or support group when it is an appropriate approach to solving the substance abuse or related problems. Some examples of current groups are:
- Adult Mood Management
- Anger Management
- Daytime Recovery
- Michigan Prisoner Re-entry Initiative
- Opiate Management Group
- The Journey
Project Recovery Intensive Services for Mothers (PRISM)
PRISM is a comprehensive program focusing on the unique needs of mothers in recovery. PRISM is designed to assist substance abusing mothers to become substance free and provide safe and healthy parenting to their children. Transportation and childcare are provided.
- Phase I Substance Abuse
- Phase II Substance Abuse
- Relationship issues
- Women’s issues
- Group support
- Affect/mood management
- Life skills
Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Individual and group therapy with a psycho-educational approach to help adolescents understand aspects of substance abuse and dependence. Our services are designed to meet the special needs of adolescents 12 – 18 years of age and their families.
- Adolescent enhanced outpatient
- Adolescent family support
- Adolescent mood management
- Family education
- Teen Recovery I
- Teen Recovery II
WHAT ABOUT OTHERS WHO ARE AFFECTED BY SUBSTANCE ABUSE?
Professional therapists at Oakland Family Services also offer help for persons affected by alcohol and drug abuse who do not themselves use substances, such as family members or friends.
HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM?
For more information about this program or to schedule an appointment, please call a customer service representative at the location nearest you or confidentially email your contact information to us and a customer service representative will contact you within one business day