Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment for Adolescents (ages 11-18)
Unison Health's adolescent alcohol and other drugs treatment programs treat youth who are struggling with substance use disorders. Our experienced and highly trained staff work closely with parents, caregivers, schools and the juvenile court system to assist teens in overcoming these issues. Using a variety of interventions, including group and individual treatment, Unison Health's approach is to collaborate with teens and significant others to help them gain and maintain sobriety.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment for Adults (ages 18 and up)
Unison Health's adult alcohol and drug treatment program treats adults struggling with substance use disorders. Using the Matrix Model, our goal is to work closely with clients to assist them in achieving and maintaining sobriety and educate them on ways to maintain a sober lifestyle during and after completion of the program. We provide clients with a variety of services including group treatment, individual counseling, family counseling, and case management to help meet individual goals. Clients also have access to specialized groups such as interactive parenting, codependency and trauma that utilize evidence-based curricula. This program currently accepts adult clients with Medicaid.
The Dual Recovery program serves clients with a severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and co-occurring substance use disorders. Services include group treatment, individual counseling, case management and psychiatric services.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Unison Health provides an outpatient medication assisted withdrawal program. Those involved receive psychiatric services and support, opiate replacement medication, and group and individual therapy.
Other Addictive Services
All individuals seeking assistance from Unison Health will receive a comprehensive mental health and addictive behavior assessment. Each client is provided with an individualized care plan.