Substance Use Disorder
Compass Health Network
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Our treatment services work on the specific and individualized needs of each person and their family. We work closely with community resources, recovery support providers, and experts within our organization to provide whole-person care for everyone. Treatment levels range from early intervention to residential services, but might be intensive outpatient programming or day treatment programming based on a personal assessment.
Centralized Bed Scheduling
Substance use disorders can lead to addiction. Addiction is a complex disease with psychological, environmental, social, spiritual, and psychosocial components. As alcohol and/or other substance use increases, the possibility of addiction increases. Our professional assessment team is ready to meet with you to discuss your education or treatment options including: Comprehensive assessment Co-occurring mental health services Psychiatry including Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Navig8 serves adolescents and families whose lives have been impacted by the use of alcohol and/or other substances. The program serves adolescents from ages 12 through 17 and is structured to meet the specific needs of the adolescent and his or her family. We use a treatment team approach comprised of professionals from all degrees, licensures, and certifications. The treatment team
What is a substance use disorder? Individuals with alcohol and/or other substance use disorders are more likely to continue to use excessively and experience varying negative consequences because of their excessive use. Substance use disorders often create problems in relationships, finances, ability to maintain employment, and increases the risk for legal interventions. Our professional assessment team is ready to meet with
Over the past 35 years, methadone has helped millions of people recover from the endless ups and downs of opioid addiction. Treatment can improve the health of the individual, as well as, improve relationships and their ability to maintain employment, and/or return to school. They have gained healthier, happier family and social lives. Ultimately…feeling better about themselves.
Inpatient programming is provided in a safe, comfortable, and healthy environment and includes: Comprehensive assessment, Co-occurring mental health services, Psychiatry including Medication-Assisted Treatment. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is delivered by a psychiatrist specially trained
Offender Education Program (OEP) OEP is a 10-hour education program that assists individuals in understanding the effects of drinking on their driving skills, the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest, and help first-time offenders consider the consequences of their actions while recognizing other options for the future. Weekend Intervention Program (WIP) WIP is conducted in 48-consecutive hours