Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment

Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) – This enhanced service is for individuals with complex medical or behavioral health needs with a long history of substance abuse. The SACOT program provides the opportunity to participate in therapeutic and educational groups, individual sessions, with a higher level of involvement from medical professionals in order to help individuals achieve a healthy lifestyle without the use of drugs and alcohol. This enhanced service meets 5 days a week as it is more intensive in frequency and duration than SAIOP.

Peer Support Services – This enhanced service provides structured and scheduled activities for adults age 18 and older with MH/SA disabilities. Peer Support service is an individualized, recovery-focused approach that promotes the development of wellness, self-management, personal recovery, natural supports, coping skills, self-advocacy skills, and development of independent living skills for housing, employment, and full community inclusion.