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Assessment is the evaluation of an individual to determine the nature and extent of their alcohol or other drug problems or addiction and mental health needs.
Case management services are provided to assist and support individuals in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services essential to meeting basic human needs. Case management services may include interactions with family members, significant others and/or other individuals or entities. Major components of case management services include coordinating assessments, treatment planning and crisis assistance services, linkage and training for clients in the use of basic community resources, and monitoring overall service delivery. Case Management services are available to all active, inactive, or potential clients of The PHOENIX Center.
Group counseling means to assist two or more individuals in achieving treatment objectives. This occurs through the grouping individuals together who have similar concerns, whether they be addiction or mental health related. Group counseling involves an examination of attitudes and feelings, consideration of alternative solutions and decision making, and the discussion of didactic material with clients. The client to counselor ratio for group counseling shall not be greater than 12:1.
Individual counseling involves a face-to-face encounter between a client and a counselor. Individual counseling focuses on assisting an individual to achieve treatment objectives through the exploration of alcohol and other drug problems or addiction and their ramifications as well as coping skills for mental health concerns. Individual counseling involves an examination of attitudes and feelings, consideration of alternative solutions and decision-making, and the discussion of didactic material with clients.
The PHOENIX Center will provide treatment services in the form of individual and group settings, based on the needs of the clients. Services will be provided to address, but not limited to, the following areas:
The PHOENIX Center takes a risk-need-responsivity (RNR) approach towards dealing with clients. The Risk Principle states that a program should match the level of service to the client’s risk to re-offend and/or relapse. The Need Principle states that a program should assess criminogenic needs and target them in treatment. The Responsivity Principle states a program should maximize the client's ability to learn from a rehabilitative intervention by providing cognitive behavioral treatment and tailoring the intervention to the learning style, motivation, abilities and strengths of the client.
In order to maximize a client’s chance of success, The PHOENIX Center program staff tailors the individual program to the learning style, motivation, abilities and strengths of the client. This is accomplished through gender specific programming, evaluation of academic strengths and weaknesses, and the use of a variety of intervention tools.
The PHOENIX Center is client centered and focused on the individual needs of the client. Based on the results of the assessment session, The PHOENIX Center’s program staff will determine how to address (if needed) each of the client’s seven criminogenic needs (antisocial attitudes, antisocial peers, antisocial personality, family, education/employment, prosocial activities and substance abuse). This is accomplished through CBT based groups and classes, as well as by addressing individual community barriers (i.e. employment, housing, financial issues, etc.) through a case planning approach.
Clients that are referred to The PHOENIX Center will be assessed to determine a client’s risk of re-offending and relapsing. The PHOENIX Center provides cognitive based treatment (CBT) dosage hours that are commensurate with that particular client’s risk level. This conversely affects the amount of time a client may spend in the program as well.
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