Types of Treatment
BCDAC, Inc. contracts with a full continuum of substance abuse services. Contracted services include Withdrawal Management, inpatient, outpatient and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). A Level of Care Assessment (LOCA) will help to determine what level of care is appropriate. All programs provide client-driven care that will result in different lengths of stay for each individual.
For a full listing of providers with whom the Commission contracts, please reference our Provider Directory.
WITHDRAWAL MANAGEMENT (WM)
Drug and alcohol withdrawal can be a dangerous and painful process. Because it is often accompanied by unpleasant and potentially fatal side effects, withdrawal symptoms are often managed with medications administered by a physician in an inpatient setting. Withdrawal Management includes two levels of care 3.7 WM Medically Monitored Inpatient Withdrawal Management and 4 WM Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Withdrawal Management. Level 3.7 WM provides 24-hour evaluation and withdrawal management in an inpatient setting. Level 4 WM is the only available level of care that can provide 24-hour medically directed evaluation needed for individuals with severe withdrawal symptoms and/or severe medical issues. Click here to view our contracted providers for withdrawal management treatment.
Residential Services/InpatientInpatient levels of care are provided in 24-hour residential settings. Inpatient levels of care consist of Three Residential Levels of Care and Halfway House. All programs provide client-driven care that will result in different lengths of stay for each individual.
3.1 Clinically Managed Low-Intensity Residential Services/Halfway House
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.
3.5 Clinically Managed High-Intensity Services
Level 3.5 Programs provides 24-hour treatment environment to initiate or continue a recovery process that have not progressed. 3.5 programs are designed to serve individuals who need safe and stable living environment in order to develop and or demonstrate sufficient recovery skills, so they do not immediately relapse or continue use in an imminently dangerous manner upon trains to a less intensive level of care. Click here to view our contracted providers for level 3.5 programs.
3.7 Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Services
Level 3.7 programs provide a planned and structured regimen of 24-hour professional directed evaluations, observation, medical monitoring, and treatment in an inpatient setting. Level 3.7 is appropriate for individuals with medical, emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems are so severe that they require inpatient treatment but who do not need the full resources of a hospital/medically managed inpatient care. Click hereto view our contracted providers for level 3.7 programs.
4.0 Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Services
Level 4.0 is a 24-hour treatment setting appropriate for patients whose acute medical, emotional, behavioral, or cognitive problems are so severe they require primary medical and nursing care. Click here to view our contracted providers.
1.0 Outpatient (OP)
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 1- 9 treatment hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Outpatient treatment.
2.1 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 between 9 and 19 treatment hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Intensive Outpatient treatment.
2.5 Partial Hospitalization (PHP)/Extended Partial
Partial hospitalization (PHP) 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 of 20 plus hours per week. Click here to view our contracted providers for Partial Hospitalization/Extended Partial treatment.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies for the treatment of substance use disorders. A combination of medication and behavioral therapies is effective in the treatment of SUD and can help some people to sustain recovery. All contracted treatment providers are required to ensure that Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available in all levels of care, even if the SUD treatment provider is not the prescriber of the medication. If the provider is not able to induct the individual on their preferred form of MAT at their agency, the treatment provider is required to help the individual find an outside provider/prescriber who is able to prescribe their preferred form of MAT. MAT includes Methadone, Buprenorphine (Includes 3 forms: Suboxone, Subutex, & Sublocade), and Vivitrol. Click here to view contracted providers for MAT.