497 Belleville Avenue
Services include individual counseling, psychiatric care, and medication management, group therapy: client orientation and early support, anger management, grief and loss resolution, emotional aspects of recovery and Suboxone: specialized support.
Additional services include Batterer’s Intervention Program, community support program, mental health and substance abuse services, specialized care for families involved with the Department of Children and Families, parenting group, and insight into substance abuse.
Linkages to other levels of care initiated as needed.
68 North Front Street
Services cover substance abuse and mental health (including but not limited to depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and domestic violence). Individual, family, and group counseling for adults and adolescents; Driver Alcohol Education and Second Offenders Aftercare, both of which are court-referred; and a Structured Outpatient Addiction Program, which is a 3-month intensive Relapse Prevention Education Program.
Primary focuses are working with people in individual therapy, including family and couples’ work, groups, and psychiatric evaluations, medication assessment and management. Ongoing psychotherapy groups include
Linkages to other levels of care are initiated as needed.