If you have been to court, your DUI assessment is the first step to getting your driver license back- a vital part of your life. Don’t put it off!
Outpatient programs are individually tailored to meet the needs of people that have accepted their disease and have begun the recovery process. Programs include individual and group therapy and continue the use of community based self-help support groups.
For spouses, family members, and friends who desire recovery for their loved one, or for co-dependency. This program consists of family interventions, primary treatment, individual counseling and community based self-help support groups.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment offers comprehensive therapy while allowing individuals the flexibility to continue working or attending school, stay at home with loved ones, and develop support groups within their own communities. This treatment program includes education, group therapy sessions, individual counseling and a family program involving the use of community based self-help support groups.
The Alcohol Drug Information School course covers the personal, social, health, and economic costs of alcohol and drug related offenses, as well as available community resources. This course fulfills court-ordered drug/alcohol education requirements for DUI offenders who have been assessed as having no significant alcohol/drug related problems.
Deferred Prosecution Evals
If you have received a DUI and would like to know more about Deferred Prosecution, an evaluation will give you the facts and the information you need for you to make your decision. Individuals wanting to petition the court for a Deferred Prosecution need to consult with and or retain an attorney for legal counsel.
Our 29foot RV has been remodeled into office space in order for us to bring services to the more rural areas of Jefferson County, Washington. Our Mobile Clinic is licensed to provide all of the same services we provide in our main office including; SUD Assessments, individual SUD counseling, Relapse Prevention, Intensive Outpatient groups, Urinalysis, Peer Support Services, Inpatient referrals, MOUD referrals/OPHS tele health appointments, and case management. Having this Mobile Clinic allows us to reach the outlying communities of Quilcene and Brinnon and provide services to clients who may not otherwise be able to engage. We have our clinic parked at the local fire departments in both towns four days a week, half a day in each location.
The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment program brings inpatient services to individuals who are incarcerated at the Jefferson County Jail. We offering programming 40 hours each week, with activities daily. The program is staffed by SUD counselors, peer specialists, a case manager, and a mental health professional. We also offer MOUD referrals to our clients in the jail. We provide group counseling, individual counseling, urinalysis, assessments, and inpatient referrals outside of the jail when appropriate. Our multidimensional curriculum based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and has been proven to reduce recidivism rates nationwide. Our main goals with this program are to help our clients achieve sustained, long-term recovery from substance use and criminal behaviors. Our RSAT program covers the following modules:
- Introduction to Treatment
- Criminal and Addictive Thinking
- Alcohol and Other Drug Education
- Co-occurring Disorders
- Relapse Prevention
- Preparing for Release
Street Outreach Services (SOS)
We have partnered with OPHS to bring the street outreach team to Jefferson County 24 hours per day. This team consists of an on-call SUD counselor and certified peer counselors. We implemented this program to enable us to reach people out in the streets and meet them where they are at. Our team works closely with local law enforcement, first responders, and our local hospital to try and bring arrest rates down and help clients to get the help they need in order to be safe, warm, and fed to the best of our ability. We also arrange transportation services to and from inpatient and/or detox when needed. The SOS Team hands out sleeping bags, tents, toiletries, snacks, hand warmers, coats, and clothing to clients when needed. We work closely with OlyCap and OPHS as well as other local resources to ensure we are treating our clientele holistically and to help them solve their problems long-term.
We have partnered with multiple fire departments in Jefferson and Kitsap Counties to bring Fire CARES (Community Assistance, Referrals, and Education Services) closer to home. Fire CARES is a program that works with the local first responders to connect community members to appropriate care. The goal of this program is to reduce the number of non-emergency 911 calls as well as expensive ER visits by having a multi-disciplinary team to prevent crisis in the field. The CARES unit consists of a licensed EMT/Firefighter trained in crisis intervention, a mental health professional, and a licensed substance use disorder (SUD) professional. The CARES unit strives to connect people with resources to the appropriate care needed. The Washington state legislature encourages Fire CARES as it is a proven model, (RCW 35.21.930) that improves outcomes, reduces costs, and helps individuals who have difficulty accessing care—particularly during Covid-19 when numerous in-person behavioral health programs are significantly disrupted. The CARES team has continued to provide customer service for the well-being of the people they serve even through the pandemic.