Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment for Adolescents (ages 11-18)
Our experienced and highly trained staff works closely with parents, caregivers, schools and juvenile court systems to assist adolescents who are struggling with substance use disorders. Using a variety of interventions, including the Seven Challenges model, Unison’s approach is to collaborate with teens through group and individual treatment to help them gain and maintain sobriety. Click here to view a list of substance abuse warning signs in children.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment for Adults (ages 18 and up)
Using the Matrix Model, our goal is to work closely with adults struggling with substance use disorders to assist them in achieving and maintaining sobriety and to 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 individualized goals. Clients also have access to specialized groups such as interactive parenting, co-dependency and trauma that utilize evidence-based curricula. Click here to view a list of substance abuse warning signs in adults.
Caring for adult clients with a severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and a co-occuring substance use disorder, services include group treatment, individual counseling, case management and psychiatric services.
Medication Assisted Treatment
Unison provides an outpatient medication assisted withdrawal program in which clients receive medical services and support, opiate replacement medication, group and individual therapy.
Other Addictive Services (Eating disorders, gambling, etc)
Individuals receive a comprehensive mental health and addictive behavior assessment and from those results an individualized care plan is developed.
The culturally diverse, professional treatment staff has a significant amount of expertise in the treatment of substance abuse and mental health issues (dual diagnosis). As a result, our average completion rate for outpatient treatment for those 12 years old and over is 24% higher than the national average.*
*According to statistics from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Taking that first step toward a new life is the hardest part, but Unison Health has a team of dedicated, licensed professionals who can help you on your journey. Speak to someone today — call 419-214-HOPE.