Drug and Alcohol Treatment COMPASS Behavioral Health (Mental Health & Addictions) provides high-quality drug and alcohol prevention, intervention, counseling and addiction treatment designed to strengthen and improve the well-being of children, families and the community. Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Services Individual Counseling Services for the individual that aren’t seen as being substance dependent but are engaged in a pattern of behavior that includes abuse of a substance. Case Management may compliment the counseling services. Intensive Outpatient Program An outpatient treatment program, consisting of traditional group therapy, individual sessions, case management, and random drug screening. Psychiatric/Medical Services For individuals with a substance abuse and mental health disorder that requires psychotropic medication management. Services include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and nursing services through referral to a psychiatrist whose practice includes addiction. Co-occurring Disorders For individuals with a substance use disorder compounded by another mental health diagnosis. Residential Services Industry Referral-Only Program. Residential rehabilitation centers have been developed to help those with severe and persistent mental health addiction treatments. Help for families Parent education and services designed with the goal of preventing substance abuse in youth as well as educating families on the dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Adolescent Services Individual counseling sessions designed for teens who have experienced negative consequences due to a pattern of substance abuse. Women’s Program (WIN) Focuses on the needs of women in treatment. WIN offers a support group that addresses alcohol/drug use, codependency, victim issues, etc. Medically Assisted Treatment Access to Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT) through our partner, Meridian Healthcare. Youth intervention programs The Family Court Referral Program educates teens with first-time non-violent drug and alcohol offenses as a diversion from Juvenile Court. The School Referral Program is a resource for school officials when encountering students who violate school policy related to alcohol or other drug use. Workplace and community Educational workshops, management training, and workplace seminars are available concerning alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. Criminal Court Programs Offered to both juveniles and adults. Provides individual and group counseling services, as well as pyscho-education, case management, random urine screening, psychiatric consultation, and intervention services. Jail counseling and interventions also available. School-based Prevention Educational programs are available concerning alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, bullying, and life skills. Project KIND curriculum available for both kindergarten students and teachers.