The Binghamton and Endicott clinics serve individuals who meet the LOCADTR 3.0 criteria for non-intensive outpatient treatment and are not in need of outpatient rehabilitation services (OPR). Treatment modalities ranging from non-intensive outpatient treatment to Intensive Outpatient Services (IOS).
The frequency of individual sessions is determined and conducted as prescribed in the patient's treatment plan. This may be a helpful treatment regiment for individuals who are not comfortable in group settings.
Group therapy that is primarily psycho-educational and meets once to twice weekly for 1.5-hour group sessions, until treatment plan goals are met.
This intervention is for individuals who need more intensive intervention and support in order to achieve and maintain abstinence, or to stabilize after a relapse. IOS meets 3-4 times per week, 3 hours per session, for no more than 6 weeks, unless clinical staff document in the progress notes and/or treatment plan that additional IOS is clinical necessary and appropriate. IOS is a minimum of 9 hours per week. IOS services are provided by a team and include individual, group and family counseling, relapse prevention, coping skills training, exit strategies and drug refusal skills training. ACBC offers IOS tracts that are gender specific, morning, evening and for individuals with co-occurring disorders.
Twice weekly 1.5 hours per session for approximately 16-32 sessions, or until treatment plan goals are met.
Individuals may have a co-occurring mental health diagnosis, or in the process of continued stabilization of mental health symptoms. Twice weekly 1.5 hours per session, for approximately 16-32 sessions, or until treatment plan goals are met.
Persons who meet the LOCADTR 3.0 criteria for non-intensive outpatient treatment and are not in need of OPR. Groups have a specific focus and may be process therapy groups, experiential, or manualized evidence-based interventions.
Persons who meet the LOCADTR 3.0 criteria for non-intensive outpatient treatment and are not in need of OPR. Individuals may be at an elevated risk of relapse or need monitoring for stabilization after relapse. 1-2 times per week, 1.5 hours per session, until treatment goals are met.
Individuals who meet the criteria for a diagnosis of V61.41 Addiction in the Family. They may be individuals who are adversely affected by another's use and/or individuals with a substance use disorder that is stabilizing, but they need to address co-dependency issues to move forward in their own recovery. 1-2 times per week, 1.5 hours per session, for 16-32 sessions or until treatment goals are met.