Purpose of Services:

 

Experience, Strength, & Hope, LLC Recovery Consulting Services, provides direct services to individuals with Substance Use, and Mental Health Disorders, who do not require medical detoxification or 24-hour supervision. These individuals have the opportunity to acquire more intense, intentional, and individualized services based on their specific needs. Direct community-based outpatient services can ‘meet clients where they’re at', meaning each service is personalized to best suit the individual's needs. Recovery Consulting Services also allows individuals, with substance use disorder, the chance to continue daily living, maintaining positive and beneficial relationships and commitments, that help contribute to their overall success (family support, work, community supports, family relationships, and ongoing well-being).

Services:

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Comprehensive Mental Health & Substance Abuse Assessment
The purpose of this assessment is to provide a mutual investigation and exploration of each client's history of substance abuse and mental health. The assessment is also designed to gather information on the client’s historic and current use of alcohol or other substances that have impaired their daily functioning. This process will be used to determine what Stage of Change the client requires, and what further interventions are needed to assist the client in sustaining recovery, and reaching their desired goals. 
 
 
Substance Abuse Counseling
Substance Abuse Counseling is a support system for people with drug and alcohol dependency, eating disorders and other behavioral issues. These services teach individuals how to modify their behavior with the intention of full recovery. Counselors help to identify issues, create goals, and treatment plans. This service is designed to address how an individual has used substances to set treatment goals, teach coping strategies​, provide provide guidance and support, and create means of recovery individualized to the clients desired needs
 
Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling offer guidance to individuals, couples, families who are dealing with issues that affect their mental health and overall well-being. Licensed Mental Health Counselors help clients design actions plans, develop therapeutic processes, and encourage clients' to use strengths. Mental health counselors work with individuals to improve mental health symptoms, prompt client's to discuss emotions, experiences, and examine issues including: depression, anxiety, relationships, self-image, stress and suicide. , and refer clients to psychologists.

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Skills Training & Development

 

Recovery Consultants services provide, often, community-based mental health and substance abuse education and skills training. Recovery Consultants coordinate with the treatment team on individual recovery planning and progress. These individualized plans are designed to provide substance use/behavioral health related services to clients and their families in a community setting, to achieve the client's individual treatment goals. 

Certified Peer Recovery Coaching,
CHW & CRS

CPRC, CHW, and CRS are individuals that are uniquely equip clients with skills based off their lived experience as recovering individuals themselves. They provide clients with tools that support o-going recovery. They guide clients to community recovery support groups, and other recovery supports in the community. CHWs and CRSs assist individuals with substance abuse and mental illness. They link clients to 

Case Management

 

Case management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual's and family's comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.

via: Case Managment of America

Specialty Services:

Specialization: PTSD, personality/behavior disorder, developmental disability, dysfunctional family or origin, and current family dysfunction, may be addressed in the course of treating the abuse/neglect.

 

Integrated Therapy Best for PTSD and Addiction

 

New research suggests an integrated treatment approach is best for individuals experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and substance dependence. In a new study, researchers determined that the approach, which combines treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and substance dependence, resulted in significantly greater reductions in PTSD symptom severity. PTSD symptom severity has long been recognized as a major cause of relapse.

Types of PTSD:

  • Victim-related trauma

  • Natural-disaster trauma

  • Post Incarceration Syndrome 

  • Urban PTSD

  • Survivor trauma

  • Perpetrator guilt