- Screen for program eligibility
- Complete a bio-psycho-social assessment to determine individual needs and treatment
- Review and sign the individualized service plan
- Refer to licensed treatment providers for the appropriate level of services such as: individual counseling, outpatient therapy, intensive outpatient therapy, residential level of care, medication evaluations and overall medical needs
- Refer to recovery support and self-help programs as deemed appropriate
- Refer to services such as: HiSet tutoring, employment services/vocational training, parenting classes, housing assistance
- Random drug/alcohol testing
- Weekly meetings with clinical case manager to monitor progress and address ongoing needs
- Case managers conduct weekly reviews with outside referrals for verification of progress and assessment for additional services as needed
- Attend regular court reviews
Random drug screenings are mandatory for all clients who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder.
Clients must appear for review hearings, which are scheduled regularly before the court. During the review session, CCBHCP staff will provide the court with a clinical summary, the individual’s level of participation with treatment and their engagement in the program, along with results of drug screenings and any additional recommendations.
Program participation lasts for 90 days to 18 months based on compliance and clinical improvement.