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                         What Is ...


Risk Education 

vs.

Intervention 

vs. 

Treatment 

vs. 

Aftercare?

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Risk Education


NON-DUI:


Risk Education is a short-term 


Intervention Services

NON-DUI:


Early Intervention is a service for individuals who are at risk of developing substance-related problems and/or at risk of developing a substance use disorder.  This level of care is to explore and address risk factors and to assist individuals in recognizing how his/her drinking/using behavior could potentially become problematic in the future. Intervention services are intended only for those who do not clinically meet the criteria for mild, moderate or severe substance use disorders.


DUI ONLY:  


12 hours of face-to-face individual and/or group sessions required for MODERATE RISK CLASSIFICATION level ONLY.

Outpatient Treatment Services

NON-DUI:


Treatment a.k.a. "outpatient services" is for individuals who have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder.  , this level of care typically consists of less than 9 hours of service/week for adults, or less than 6 hours a week for adolescents for recovery or motivational enhancement therapies and strategies. Level 1 encompasses organized services that may be delivered in a wide variety of settings. A detailed description of the services typically offered in this level of care, the care setting and how to identify what patients would benefit best from these services based on an ASAM dimensional needs assessment, 


DUI: 



This is either 20 hours of face-to-face individual and/or group sessions (SIGNIFICANT RISK CLASSIFICATION) or 75 hours of face-to-face individual and/or group sessions (HIGH RISK CLASSIFICATION).


These classifications are for those who meet the clinical criteria for substance abuse and/or dependence, now known as "Mild," "Moderate,” and “Severe” substance use disorders. This is considered outpatient treatment services. You will work closely with a counselor to explore and examine reasons for abusing substances and develop individual treatment planning to develop healthy coping skills/tools to reduce recidivism.

Aftercare Services

Also known as "continuing care," this is either 12 hours of face-to-face individual and/or group sessions (SIGNIFICANT RISK CLASSIFICATION) or 24 hours of face-to-face individual and/or group sessions (HIGH RISK CLASSIFICATION).


These group sessions are held once a month for 2 hours at a time and are designed to monitor your progress after you have completed treatment. You are required to attend them for successful completion of services.


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