Types of Treatment
For a full listing of providers with whom the Commission contracts, please reference our Provider Directory.
DETOXIFICATION/Withdrawal managementDrug and alcohol withdrawal can be a dangerous and painful process. Because it is often accompanied by unpleasant and potentially fatal side effects stemming from withdrawal, detoxification is often managed with medications administered by a physician in an inpatient; therefore, it is referred to as "medically managed withdrawal.” (National Institute on Drug Abuse). Click here to view our contracted providers for Detoxification treatment.
Inpatient levels of care are provided in 24-hour residential settings. Inpatient levels of care consist of short-term residential, long-term residential and Halfway House treatment.
Short-term residential is a residential facility that provides 24-hour professionally-directed evaluation, care and treatment for addicted clients in acute distress, whose addiction symptomatology is demonstrated by moderated impairment of social, occupational or school functioning. Rehabilitation is a key treatment goal. Click here to view our contracted providers for Short-Term Residential treatment.
Long-term residential is a residential facility that provides 24-hour professionally-directed evaluation, care, and treatment for addicted clients in chronic distress, whose addiction symptomatology is demonstrated by severe impairment of social, occupational, or school functioning. Habilitation is the treatment goal. These programs serve clients with chronic deficits in social, educational, and economic skills, impaired personality and interpersonal skills, and significant drug-abusing histories which often include criminal lifestyles and subcultures. Click here to view our contracted providers for Long-Term Residential treatment.
Halfway House treatment is a community-based residential treatment and rehabilitation facility that provides services for chemically dependent persons in a supportive, chemical-free environment. The program focuses on assisting individuals in developing self-sufficiency through counseling, employment and other services. Click here to view our contracted providers for Halfway House treatment.
Partial Hospitalization/Extended Partial
Partial hospitalization is designed for those clients who would benefit from more intensive services than are offered in outpatient treatment settings, but who do not require 24-hour residential care. Services consist of regularly scheduled treatment sessions at least a minimum of at least 20 hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Partial Hospitalization/Extended Partial treatment.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient treatment is an organized non-residential treatment service in which the client resides outside the facility. It provides structured psychotherapy and client stability through increased periods of staff intervention. Services are provided according to a planned regimen consisting of regularly scheduled treatment sessions with a maximum of 19 treatment hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Intensive Outpatient treatment.
Outpatient treatment is an organized, non-residential treatment service providing psychotherapy in which the client resides outside the facility. Services are usually provided in regularly scheduled treatment sessions for, at most, 9 contact hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Outpatient treatment.