Addiction Assessment

A critical step in the recovery process is determining the level of appropriate care by receiving an addiction assessment. It is important to evaluate the extent of addiction as it determines the type and level of treatment a client needs. A professional addiction assessment is critical to the recovery process as there are important distinctions between inpatient, outpatient, and medical detoxification services.

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Addiction Counseling

Addiction counseling addresses the symptoms of drug addiction and related areas of impaired functioning and the content and structure of the client’s ongoing recovery program. This model of addiction counseling is a time-limited approach that focuses on behavioral change, 12-step ideology and tools for recovery, and self-help participation.

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Addiction Intervention

The sooner your loved one accepts their problem and accepts help, the easier the path to recovery. If you know that someone you love has a substance abuse problem, and previous attempts to get that person to reduce their usage have failed, then it is time for a professional intervention. Together, we can formulate an action plan that can be executed immediately.

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