Evidence based care for trauma, anxiety, depression and other presenting needs.
Diagnostic Assessments are provided at service initiation and at the request of providers and participants. This assessment is a tool to understand the nature, severity and impact of behavioral difficulties, functional impairment, subjective distress and strengths and resources.
The client and therapist review the information from the diagnostic assessment and choose to engage in a therapeutic track. A treatment plan and frequency and intensity of service delivery is developed together. Services may be delivered in person or via tele-health. These services are available to Partners In Recovery substance use disorder clients and the broader community.
The term co-occurring disorder refers to the condition in which an individual has a co-existing mental illness and substance use disorder. Clients at Partners In Recovery that are diagnosed with a co-occurring disorder by our, or other professionals, are provided a treatment team that consists of an LADC, LPCC and possibly other relevant persons (Corrections, Probation) that are agreed upon at service initiation.