Central East Alcoholism and Drug
Intake/Detox Unit provides 24-hour services to clients in need of medically
monitored detoxification from alcohol and/or drugs. Services include testing, evaluation,
supportive counseling, initial recovery education and healthcare monitoring
throughout the physical withdrawal process. There is a variable length of stay
in the Intake/Detox Unit. During the stay a comprehensive assessment is
completed which results in a recommendation for further
Assessment Services are available 24-hours per day, 7 days per week on an emergency basis through Intake/Detox service. Scheduled comprehensive assessments are also available to meet the needs of community and referral agencies.
CEAD Council's Intensive Men’s Residential Services provide a gender specific program. The program is a multi-modal system of intensive treatment with an expected length of stay determined by individual assessment. Clients participate in individual and group therapy, with specific treatment focuses based upon the client’s assessed needs. Specific approaches that are utilized include individual counseling, group therapy, assertiveness and relaxation training, cognitive and behavioral change therapies, didactic groups, family therapy and recreational therapy. Self-help groups are utilized in conjunction with these services.
Intensive Outpatient Services are designed to provide structure and support for individuals who are in need of intensive treatment and can remain in their own living environment while receiving these services on an outpatient basis. The individual participating in this level of care will receive individual, group, and family counseling. This design offers the individual the opportunity to receive such services while working, going to school, or while caring for a family.
Adult Outpatient Services are designed to maximize therapeutic benefits for a healthy lifestyle while allowing the client to continue normal employment, family and social interactions. Adult Outpatient Services strive to assist the individual in attaining “balance and moderation” in his / her life through individual, group, and family counseling sessions.