Substance Use Services

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Using shame-free, research-based practices, Alluma providers meet individuals age 10 and older wherever they are in their recovery journey. Following a substance use evaluation, a licensed alcohol and drug counselor (LADC) will recommend appropriate treatment options depending on the type and severity of the substance use or co-occurring disorders.

Outpatient Treatment Program

Alluma is a licensed 245G Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program for individuals age 10 and older. The program primarily consists of individual and group therapy, as well as family and couples therapy. Counselors may recommend supplementary services such as medication management, tobacco cessation, or peer support services.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

This treatment option provides adults 18 years of age or older with more intensive services toward recovery while continuing to live at home, work, and be active in the community.

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Substance Use Counseling

One-on-one counseling with a licensed alcohol and drug counselor is an option for adolescents and adults as a standalone service or in conjunction with other substance use disorder services.

Group Counseling

Talking and listening to others offers perspective, connection, and healing. By seeing how others work through problems, you gain a valuable support network to learn strategies for overcoming dependence on alcohol or other chemicals and making positive changes in your life.

Co-occurring Disorders

When an individual is diagnosed with a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder, it is called a co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis. Research indicates that about half of people living with alcohol or substance use disorders will develop one or more co-occurring mental health conditions in their lifetime. Alluma uses an integrated approach designed to address substance use disorders and mental illnesses together.

Substance Use Assessment

Because every person’s recovery journey looks different, we begin by completing a comprehensive substance use assessment to establish the type and severity of the chemical health diagnosis. The assessment allows the counselor to make appropriate treatment recommendations that address the client’s specific needs and goals.

Peer Support Services

Alluma’s certified peer specialists are individuals who have received mental health or substance use services in the past and have been in recovery for at least two years. They provide nonclinical rehabilitative services designed to help clients discover their strengths and develop skills around wellbeing, personal responsibility, crisis planning, and self-advocacy.

Care Coordination

The Care Coordinators at Alluma provide support and guidance to clients and their families to address all aspects of a person’s health and wellbeing.

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Substance Use Service Providers