Substance Abuse Treatment Services: South Central Human Service Center
- Care Coordination/Case Aide
- Addiction Evaluation
- Social Detoxification Program
- Primary Treatment Services: A structured treatment program provided for chemically dependent persons of all ages and their families, the program includes individual, group, and family counseling and educational sessions. Three treatment levels are available:
- Low Intensity Outpatient: Outpatient programming which does not exceed ten hours per week over a period of three to twelve weeks.
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment: A short term, intensive treatment program providing 8-20 hours of programming per week, the program lasts from 4-10 weeks.
- Day Treatment: Outpatient programming ranging from 5-8 hours per day, for 4-5 days per week. The program lasts from 3-5 weeks.
- Evening outpatient treatment: for adolescents and adults
- Residential Services: Supportive living arrangement or ongoing therapeutic environment for clients who are currently enrolled in outpatient treatment or who require some structured support to maintain sobriety. Options may include residential group care setting, semi-independent living arrangements, and crisis residential services.
- Medical Detoxification (at State Hospital) and Medically Supervised Inpatient Treatment
- Medication/Medical Monitoring/Management: Including medication administration by qualified professionals to individuals who are unable to monitor their own medication; medication review, which is monitoring and consultation regarding the individual's use of medication by a psychiatrist or medical doctor providing the prescription; instructions about the use of the medication, and evaluation of medication side-effects.
- Relapse Prevention Program: Includes a dual-diagnosed group.
Each human service center assesses the need for substance abuse treatment services in their region; identifies the capacity for services in the human service center; and identifies and contracts with private providers for services such as social setting detoxification, crisis residential, residential, and short term hospitalization for medical detoxification/stabilization.
These partnerships vary in each region depending on the availability of providers to deliver the specific service. In addition, human service center regions that include reservations, have, or are in the process of developing contracted services on reservations.
Several human service centers are also collaborating with the judicial system and the Department of Corrections by providing the treatment component of the Juvenile and Adult Drug Courts in North Dakota.
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