FCS offers various levels of outpatient treatment to individual, group and family counseling for teens, young adults and adults who have been assessed with mild to moderate levels of dependency or abuse.
The goal of substance abuse treatment service is to help people develop and maintain sobriety in their recovery from addiction to alcohol or other drugs.
FCS offers a variety of services for individuals, groups and families consisting of assessments, testing, evaluations, and psychiatric services, as well as individual, family and group therapy.
Substance Abuse Treatment Services include:
Assessment tools include:
- Addiction Severity Index (ASI)
- American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Patient Placement Criteria to determine appropriate levels of treatment
(Court ordered referrals or self-referrals for assessments are accepted.)
Intensive Outpatient Treatment:
- Frequent meetings provide enough intensity to reduce social isolation and assist with establishing and maintaining abstinence.
- Followed by less frequent transitional services
- Include additional services like abstinence monitoring and case management
- Education of effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs
- Develop drug-free coping, problem-solving, and relational skills
- Identification of healing networks (AA, NA, Al-Anon, Rational Recovery, etc.)
- Advanced Recovery Group is available for those that have recently completed FCS intensive programs and residential treatment and have limited abstinence violations
Psychiatric Medication Consultation and Monitoring
- Assistance with finding and keeping employment
- Coordination with other programs such as the Fremont County Alcohol Crisis and Tribal Recovery Programs
- Linkage, advocacy and assistance with accessing other programs/services
- Abstinence Monitoring and Screening
- Breath and urine screens while participating in treatment at FCS
- Notification Report results/compliance to other supervising agencies
Emergency and Crisis Response Services:
- 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year—we are here to help you.
The relationship between you and your counselor is crucial to your success. Finding the right counselor for you and building that relationship is part of the counseling process. Together, you and your counselor will discuss your concerns and will establish treatment goals and a plan to meet those goals.
Because most counseling is fairly brief, you will also decide when counseling will end. Rest assured, you can always return for additional assistance if concerns resurface or new ones arise.