Outpatient Addiction Recovery Programs

  • Moving in a New Direction (MIND) Program

    The MIND program focuses on how negative and criminal thinking reinforce substance use. It is incorporated into the recovery drug court and felony drug court programs.

  • Substance Use Disorder Partial Hospitalization Program (SUD PHP)

    This partial hospitalization program incorporates dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) with the 12-step program.

  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) Program

    The MET Program is an intensive outpatient (IOP) program is designed to help clients gain the motivation to seek sobriety and stay drug-free.

  • Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Program

    The ART Program is designed to help clients develop and use coping strategies in managing anger.

  • Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Program

    The IPV program is a group for perpetrators of domestic violence that addresses the participants’ past exposure to traumatic events, learned behaviors and thoughts contributing to actions resulting in domestic violence, and developing skills to prevent future violent and aggressive behavior.

  • Safety and Awareness of Fear of Emotions (SAFE) Program

    The SAFE Program focuses on understanding the dynamics of violence, abuse, and trauma and the impact these experiences have had on the individual’s life as well as how to cope.

  • MORE Program (My Ongoing Recovery Experience)

    The MORE program helps participants better transition back into a home environment after being in a highly-structured treatment setting in an effort to prevent future relapses.

  • Relapse Prevention Program

    The relapse prevention program encourages clients to continue practicing and using skills and strategies in maintaining their sobriety.

  • Thinking for a Change (T4C) Program

    The T4C program uses evidence-based therapies to help drug offenders develop the problem-solving, behavioral, social, and vocational skills they need to decrease the likelihood of reoffending.

  • Adult Education Program

    This class is for adults who have been assessed and are in need of additional education and awareness on the consequences of substance use and other risky behaviors. It is available as a one-day program offered several times a year on Saturday.

  • Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma (START) Program

    The START program is an intervention program that provides specialized services, such as intensive trauma counseling, to children of parents with substance use disorders. The program also assists the parents of these children.

  • Mental Health Day Treatment

    The Mental Health Day Treatment program provides a comfortable setting where participants discuss mental health issues that influence substance use and learn skills to increase overall mental and emotional well-being. We offer mental health services for group settings as well as one-on-one sessions with our Mental Health Counselor.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Substance Use (CBI-SU) Program

    CBI is an evidence-based treatment for individuals working to overcome a substance use disorder (SUD).

See our complete weekly group schedules for the above programs.

Contact Lake Area Recovery Center to learn more about our outpatient addiction recovery programs.