Our Substance Use Disorder Services provide care to adults through partial hospitalization, outpatient, and intensive programming.

Because every person and every experience is unique, Family Health Center offices provide a variety of programs designed to meet an individual's specific needs. Each patient will be assessed to determine the best course of treatment needed.

While there are different levels of treatment, the Family Health Center’s approach supports the mind, body, and social element of every individual served. FHC offices offer specialized treatment for men and women in all programs including MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment), counseling, and group therapy.

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Individual, Family, & Group Therapy

Medication Management

Case Management

Peer Recovery Services

Relapse Prevention

Parenting Education

Primary Health Care


Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOT)

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Substance Use Disorder Programs

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Intensive Outpatient Therapy

Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOT) is a treatment program to address addictions, depression, eating disorders, or other dependencies that do not require detoxification or round-the-clock supervision. Patients are able to continue with normal day-to-day activities and live at home unlike a residential treatment program.
IOTs are sometimes used in conjunction with in-patient programs as a way of helping clients to move smoothly and seamlessly adapt back in to their families and community. They are designed to establish support mechanisms, help with relapse management, and provide coping strategies. IOTS are a great choice for those who live in a safe and supportive environment that have family and home commitments that prevent them from participating in an in-patient program.
IOTs are not recommended for those that are dealing with severe cases of addiction.

Partial Hospitalization Program

The Partial Hospitalization Program, PHP, is an outpatient treatment program designed to treat individuals that are misusing substances and who require a higher level of care than the standard outpatient services, but do not meet the criteria for hospitalization.
Individuals in PHP will receive comprehensive treatment services and medical monitoring during programming hours and return to their place of residence at the end of each day. PHP is a comprehensive recovery program in which individuals work closely with many different treatment professionals such as nurses, peer recovery specialists, therapists, and psychiatrists.
The services that make up the PHP Program include Diagnostic Evaluation, Medication Management, Individual Therapy, Case Management, Outpatient Detox, Group Counseling, Holistic Treatments, Relapse Prevention, Primary Healthcare, and Peer Recovery Services.
The PHP Program can provide medications for an individual to safely detox from harmful substances, decrease cravings associated with addiction, block the rewarding effects of alcohol or certain drugs, managing protracted withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, dysphoria and insomnia, and psychotropic medication. Individual Therapy allows patients to improve unhealthy behaviors they may have, and Group Counseling focuses on specific topics or skills to help patients through the process.
The Family Health Center's Treatment Team works with individuals ensuring their primary health concerns are addressed, assist with insurance needs, and help patients obtain any community resources they need including housing, food, utilities, or other benefits. Patients receive an Aftercare Plan which provides relapse prevention tactics, community support resources, and connects the patient to FHC's Peer Recovery Services that can help assist in transportation or other needs the patient may have.
The PHP Program operates Monday through Friday, six (6) hours each day. Priority of admission given to pregnant women, women with dependent children and intravenous drug users.
PHP Brochure

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach in the treatment of substance use disorders, sustaining recovery, and overdose prevention. This is a clinically driven program and specialized for each patient’s needs.
MAT is primarily used for the treatment of addiction to opioids such as heroin and prescription pain relievers that contain opiates. The prescribed medication operates to normalize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of alcohol and opioids, relieve physiological cravings, and normalize body functions without the negative and euphoric effects of the substance used.
Family Health Center Offices use Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved medications and are based on the individual's need.
The MAT program has proven to be clinically effective and has reduced the need for in-patient detoxification services. MAT is a more comprehensive, individually tailored program of medications and behavioral therapy that addresses the needs of the patient. The ultimate goal is a full recovery and the ability to live a self-directed life.


Acudetox is a type of therapy found clinically effective and cost efficient in the treatment of substance misuse. This treatment is to control withdrawal symptoms and help patients become more clear-minded.
The Acudetox process is generally administered in a group environment. A provider will place small, sterilized needles into specific parts of the patient's ears. The group will hold their session and when complete needles will be removed from the patients.

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