This level of care provides assessments, individual, family and group therapy. Each client will participate in the development of their individualized treatment plan. Treatment services are provided with Evidence Based Models. Gender specific services are available.
AOD Outpatient Groups utilize evidence based curriculums. Group sessions are available Monday-Friday supported by weekly individual session. Family therapy is integrated as appropriate.
This service Circle for Recovery Offenders (CFRO) is a community based treatment and prevention program designed to assist the returning citizen paroled back into the community and citizens on probation or involved in the legal system. URS provides AOD and life enhancing supportive services that will promote success of the client and their families. Returning citizens are integrated in the URS standard services but also receive curriculum based interventions designed for their special circumstances.
URS Intensive Outpatient AOD treatment is an alternative option for adult male and female clients needing intensive services. Intensive outpatient services are a minimum of three days a week. It is co-ed and is available Mondays – Friday. Gender specific groups are available. Group sessions are held for three hours. Family, Individual sessions and urine screens are built into the program.
The After-Care program is three months long, with the first eight sessions at the rate of two sessions weekly, lasting one hour each. The final two months consist of eight weekly sessions, lasting one hour each session. Overall, After-Care totals 16 sessions with flexibility in the start dates and times.
MAT is used in combination with counseling and behavioral therapy to provide whole patient approach to the treatment of heroin and other opiate based drug use disorders.
A community-based program targeting males and females transitioning from incarceration or community control under the supervision of the Ohio Adult Parole Authority, Probation or other legal entities. The program focuses on relapse prevention and social reintegration services geared towards assisting the community based returning citizen in becoming a productive member of society. U.M.A.D.A.O.P. receives referrals from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation, Adult Parole Authority, Adult Probation, Ohio Department of Youth Service, Drug Courts, and various community agencies.
The Adolescent Non-Intensive Outpatient is available Monday- Thursdays. All services are developed based on the results of the clients’ assessment in conjunction with the guardians’ request and referral requirements. Family Bridge sessions, Individual sessions and urine screens are built into the program.
Services for Marijuana and Synthetics use and abuse include education seminars, along with individual and group treatment programs. Dependent on an assessment of individual needs, education and/or treatment consists of two (2) sessions per week for 12 weeks.
URS Intensive Outpatient AOD treatment for adolescent is an alternative option for young people male and female needing a more intensive service. Intensive outpatient services are a minimum of three days a week. It is co-ed and is available Mondays – Thursday. Group sessions are held for three hours. Family, Individual sessions and urine screens are built into the program.
We provide students with opportunities to develop and practice leadership in real world environments, equipping them to become change agent amongst their peers in school and in their communities at large. Activities Include: