Chemical and process addictions are a rapidly growing concern in our society. Using proven evidence-based therapies, CCC provides outpatient services for addicted individuals who meet criteria for an outpatient treatment setting. Services can range from individual sessions weekly to Intensive Outpatient services three times per week, for several hours depending on the severity of the addiction.
Treatment goals are tailored to meet the individual’s needs based on the biopsychosocial assessment in collaboration with the person. Typically, the therapeutic treatments used include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and 12-step facilitation. Treatment is provided in individual, group and family modalities.
Additionally, addictions are often accompanied by mental health issues. If needed, referrals to the psychiatrist for psychotropic medication management can be made.
Lastly, CCC also has a Suboxone Treatment (counseling only) Program for the treatment of Opioid addiction.
Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) is an outpatient approach to therapy which includes both the adolescent and the family. MDFT has shown effective results with children/adolescents ages 11 to 18 who have substance abuse problems. In addition to the substance use/abuse, mental health and behavioral problems are also addressed. The goal of MDFT is to significantly reduce or eliminate an adolescent's substance abuse and other problem behaviors. Our program seeks to improve overall family functioning by targeting several problem areas at once. The therapist works with the adolescent individually, guides the family interactions and collaborates with other systems involved with the service participant such as school, juvenile probation, children and youth services, and other county agencies.