Outpatient Clinic

Offering individual and group treatment to adults 18 and over for the support and care necessary to heal from addiction and remain sober.  We offer several programs and progressive levels of treatment; providing clients with a combination of clinical modalities designed to meet their needs.

ACCA’s Outpatient Clinic Programs serve more than 8,000 people annually and more than 120 each day. Programs include day rehabilitation services and outpatient programming.

All areas of life are explored in an effort to foster a healthy lifestyle and an enduring recovery. Group therapy, individual counseling, recreational therapy, and presentations engage individuals actively in treatment.  The Outpatient Clinic also offers unique therapy options such as Equine Assisted Therapy and pet therapy sessions.

Sliding scale payments, Medicaid and private insurance plans are accepted. Client services are coordinated with other ACCA programs and other community based services to offer HIV and Hepatitis tests, Narcan training and complete mental health services.

Day Rehabilitation Program

Designed for clients with chronic needs, this intensive program offers additional rehabilitation services along with traditional outpatient care. Clients generally attend 3-5 days per week for four hours per day.

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Addiction education
  • Co-dependency counseling
  • Parenting education
  • Relapse prevention
  • Recreational therapy
  • Life skills training
  • Part-time Psychiatrist and nursing staff on-site
  • Medication assisted treatments including Vivitrol® and Suboxone

Outpatient Program

Designed to assist in the maintenance of abstinence and recovery from chemical dependence and abuse and attainment of a better quality of life.  Outpatient programming is offered both during the day and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6-7PM.

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Addiction education
  • Co-dependency counseling
  • Relapse prevention
  • Part-time Psychiatrist and nursing staff on-site
  • DMV/Drunk Driver referrals

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