Substance Use & Mental Health Co-Occuring Services
The program provides a full range of regular outpatient therapeutic services to reduce the incidents of substance use/abuse and mental health issues among target population.
Dealing with drug addiction or alcoholism is not easy, but recovery starts with admitting that you have a problem and then taking steps to seek help. If individuals are committed to quitting, it is possible to recover from any degree of alcoholism, substance use, or abuse. If you have a pattern of drinking or using drugs that negatively impacts you from carrying out major responsibilities at work, school, or home; if you are facing legal problems because of drugs or alcohol; or if your continued use is affecting your relationships with other people, then now is time to seek professional help to begin working towards a lasting recovery.
Alcohol and drug use and abuse does not only affect an individual; it also disrupts the dynamic of the individual’s family. For this reason, family members and loved ones are highly encouraged to participate in the treatment program, both through formal family counseling sessions and informally at home by providing the individual in treatment with a support network as he or she moves into sobriety.
· Individual Counseling
· Family Counseling
· Group Counseling
· Case Management
· Educational Workshops
· Random Urine Testing
· HIV Protection
· Hepatitis Testing
How do I access these substance use treatment services?
Individuals can request services themselves, or they can be referred by the Intoxication Drivers Resource Center, their parole or probation officers, a detoxification program, hospitals, or other service providers.
Services are available for both youth and adults.
For more information about PROCEED's substance abuse treatment services, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Piñeros at (908) 351-7727 ext. 251.