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Chemical Dependency Counseling (CDC) partners with probation and families to assist our clients. Our vision is to be the premier provider of exceptional behavioral health services in the communities we serve by using evidenced based clinical techniques in an encouraging and beneficial setting.
Our primary mission is to offer a full spectrum of individual patient care that delivers the greatest opportunity for treatment success and sustained positive behavior.
Chemical Dependency Counseling (CDC) partners with probation and families to assist youth charged, who have been screened by probation to have mental health, family, substance abuse, or sexual issues. Masters level clinicians provide clinical assessment, counseling and case management services to identified youth in an effort to prevent further involvement in the juvenile justice system. CDC services are designed to improve the youth's ability to function at home, at school, and reduce or eliminate delinquent behavior. We offer the following: Psychosocial/Psychosexual Assessments, Substance Abuse Assessments, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, Case Management Services, Referrals and linkages for medication management, and Life Skills Training.
Chemical Dependency Counseling (CDC) provides an array of mental health services. CDC services are intended to empower and assist individuals and families in developing appropriate social skills, enabling clients to make positive/healthy life choices, and become engaged in positive ways in domains of life including home, school, work, and community. Through CDC, clients receive assistance in developing skills and knowledge to utilize community resources and become active participants in their community.
Chemical Dependency Counseling's (CDC) sex offender program is centered on principles set forth by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA), as well as the latest theory and research in the field. Our treatment program includes 7 phases of treatment which include: Responsibility-taking, Behavioral Techniques, Emotional Well-Being, Victim Empathy, Anger Management, Sex Education, and Relapse Prevention. The sex offender program is built upon a cognitive-behavioral, relapse-prevention model. It focuses on changing the client's behavior through the address of distorted cognitions and prevents relapse by assisting the client in identifying and avoiding high-risk situations. Treatment is designed to assist the client in shifting destructive behaviors.
Chemical Dependency Counseling (CDC) assumes a holistic approach to treatment as the client's psychological, emotional, physical, and social needs are addressed. Specifically with regards to substance abuse treatment, defining one's self as an addict or an alcoholic is reserved for personal identification. CDC chooses not to label the individual but rather address issues and behaviors associated with the use of mood altering substances. We recognize that the issues lie, not in the powder, the leaf, or the liquid, but rather in the behaviors associated with the use of these substances. Individuals who have experienced relationship, health, financial, employment, and/or legal difficulties associated with their use of mood altering substances do indeed have a problem with the use of that substance. The degree to which mood altering substances have affected one's life is assessed in treatment and more viable options to use are explored.