93 Crossroads Blvd
FAX: 734-6480

CONTACT PERSON: Kathy Kopecki, LCDC, Outpatient Services Director
OFFICE HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
BUS SERVICE: #520 South Texas Medical Center [Stop ID: 42329]
ELIGIBILITY/FEES: Chemically dependent men and women age 18 and above
PROGRAM OFFERED: Five-month program tailored to meet the needs of each client through individual and group therapy

PHILOSOPHY: Abstinence-based/Disease Model approach combined with integrated Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Gestalt, Reality, Motivational, and Family Systems techniques with emphasis on the importance of 12-Step as necessary adjunct to treatment.
DRUG PROBLEMS ADDRESSED: Alcohol, Illicit Drugs, and Prescription Drugs including, but not limited to, Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Cannabis/Marijuana, Cocaine/Crack, Hallucinogens, Heroin/Opiods, Inhalants, MDMA/Ecstasy, and Methamphetamines
POPULATIONS SERVED: Adult men and women.
SERVICES PROVIDED: Screening/Assessment, Individualized Treatment Planning, Intensive & Supportive Residential Treatment (includes living quarters, laundry facility, weight room, and 3 meals per day), Individual & Group Counseling, Disease Education, Relapse Prevention, Life Skills Training, Conflict Resolution, Family Education, Recreation, Recovery Support, Referral, and Follow-up.
TREATMENT STRATEGIES: Individual & Group Counseling, Didactic Education, Life Skills Training, Cognitive Restructuring, Relapse Prevention, Family Education, and Recovery Support.
STAFF COMPOSITION: Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC), Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Interns (CI), Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW)
FORMS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED: DSHS funding, TAIP funding, self payments via cash, check or credit card, other Federal, City and State funding as available.
PROGRAM COMPONENTS: Intensive Residential Treatment (30 days) – includes Weekly Individual Counseling Sessions, Group Processing Counseling Sessions, Drug/Alcohol Education, Relapse Prevention Education, Conflict Resolution, Family Education, Cognitive Change Education, Supervised Recreation, Job Readiness Education, and Introduction to 12-Step Programs in order to build continuing outside Recovery Support Systems. Supportive Residential Treatment (60 days) – includes Monthly Individual Counseling Sessions, Group Processing Counseling Sessions, Drug/Alcohol Education, Relapse Prevention Education, and Cognitive Change Education, incorporated with Outside Job requirements and Outside12-Step Support Group Attendance.