Outpatient treatment programs provide services that include, but are not limited to, individual, group, family counseling, psycho-educational and psychotherapy and are defined services that may vary in level of intensity.
Adults age 18 and up that have a mental health and/or substance abuse/dependence diagnosis.
- PORT Human Services provides many outpatient groups to enhance the need and quality of the patient.
- The program may address a variety of needs, including, situational stressors, family relations, interpersonal relationships, mental health and substance abuse issues, psychiatric illnesses, and trauma.
- The program provides services that meet the needs of the patient in locations such as:
- Traditional Office
- Correctional Settings
- Individuals may be involved with or receiving services in the form of:
- Family counseling
- Couples counseling
- Primary healthcare
- Pastoral counseling
- Peer support groups
- Vocational services
- Medication management
- Social services
- The Intensive Outpatient program consists of a scheduled series of sessions appropriate to the individual plan of the patient.
- Sessions are typically 3 times per week for three hours per session.
- The program includes services provided during days and evenings.
- The program can function as a step-down program from crisis stabilization, detoxification, residential or inpatient treatment.
- Intensive Outpatient may also be used to prevent or minimize the need for a more intensive and restrictive level of treatment; and is considered to be more intensive and integrated than traditional outpatient services.
To help individuals and families navigate through life’s challenges by providing effective and efficient substance abuse, mental health and intellectual/developmentally disabled services and supports.