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Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services 2017-08-14T16:35:14+00:00

Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services

Outpatient substance use disorder services are provided to individuals experiencing problems because of substance use.  These strength-focused, recovery-oriented, services evaluate and motivate individuals to begin and maintain the recovery process.  Individually designed, the goal of these services is to empower individuals in their recovery through evidence-based approaches.

Services are delivered in one of our two community clinics.  Insurance is currently not accepted and services are billed based on a flat fee.

Services include:

  • Diagnostic assessment
  • Treatment planning
  • Case management
  • Individual counseling
    • Provided by a credentialed therapist, individual counseling targets short-term, achievable treatment goals using evidence-based interventions.  Frequency and duration of services is based on the individual’s therapeutic need.
  • Acupuncture group
    • A free group open to any client currently enrolled in RRCS programs, this group operates as an adjunct treatment to many other services offered through the agency.  During this group, a National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) trained clinician applies fine gauge, sterilized needles to five designated points in each ear, where they remain for 30-45 minutes while the person relaxes quietly in a chair.  Benefits associated with this treatment include decreased tobacco, alcohol, or drug cravings and withdraw, reduced anxiety, and improved sleep. This group is available at our Culpeper location.
  • Road to Recovery Group
    • A co-ed substance use program with three phases of treatment.  Individuals may enter treatment in either the first or the second phase.  This group is available at our Culpeper location and requires a flat fee of $15 per session with the exception of Acupuncture, which is free.
      • Phase One – Motivational Enhancement.  This group is designed for individuals who are in the earliest stages of change related to substance use and requires participation in two groups per week (Acudetox and Psychoeducation) for a minimum of four weeks.  Within the psychoeducation group, individuals are encouraged to explore their motivation, ambivalence, and areas they want to change.  Motivational interviewing, seeking safety, mapping, cognitive behavioral therapy, and other evidence-based practices are used to educate clients about substance use, recovery, and relapse prevention.  Abstinence from mood altering drugs is not required for attendance in this group, however, it is required for an individual to begin Phase Two.
      • Phase Two – Meeting twice weekly, this group is designed for chemically dependent men or women who have a basic understanding of the disease of addiction.  It includes acupuncture and focuses on topics such as relapse prevention, self-awareness, coping skills, and mindfulness practice.  Attendance at a minimum of one Alcohol Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous meeting per week, abstinence from all mood-altering substances, and completion of a minimum of 20 sessions are required.
      • Phase Three – Meeting once per week, this relapse prevention group is designed for those who have completed Phase Two treatment.  Weekly attendance at a minimum of two Alcohol Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous meetings, abstinence from all mood-altering substances, and completion of a minimum of 10 sessions is required.  Clients with other prerequisite sobriety may be admitted at the discretion of the facilitator.
  • Bridges to Recovery Group
    • An 8-week (minimum) psychoeducation group, this group provides education on substance use in order to assist individuals with recognizing the roadblocks as they continue on the path to recovery.  Topics include self-awareness; thought, emotional, and behavioral patterns; relationships; and communication.  Abstinence from all mood-altering substances is required and monitored through random drug tests.  This group is available at our Culpeper location and requires a flat fee of $15 per session.
  • Women’s Alternatives
    • Developed for women in recovery from substance use disorders, this group meets twice weekly and provides a holistic approach to treatment by providing substance abuse education and therapy, teaching life skills, and addressing women’s issues.  Acupuncture is offered as part of this group.  Individuals are required to attend a minimum of 30 sessions.  This group is available at our Culpeper location and requires a flat fee of $10 per session.
  • Women’s Substance Abuse Recovery Group
    • A 16-week group for women who have substance abuse disorders.  This group meets once a week and provides substance abuse education, relapse prevention, and supportive aftercare aimed at increasing an individual’s knowledge of substance use disorders and the process of recovery.  Group participants will develop an increased awareness of relapse triggers and coping strategies. During enrollment, participants are required to attend support meetings outside of the group.  This group is available at our Fauquier location and requires a flat fee of $10 per session.
  • Men’s Substance Abuse Recovery Group
    • A 16-week group for men who have substance abuse problems.  This group meets once weekly, provides substance abuse education, relapse prevention, and supportive aftercare aimed at increasing an individual’s knowledge of substance use disorders and the process of recovery.  Group participants will develop an increased awareness of relapse triggers and coping strategies.  During enrollment, participants are required to attend support meetings outside of the group.  This group is available at our Fauquier location and requires a flat fee of $10 per session.
  • Co-occurring Group
    • A substance abuse treatment group limited to individuals referred by District 25 Probation. This group is available at our Fauquier location.
  • Fredericksburg Area HIV and Aids Support Services

To learn more about outpatient mental health services, call the Clinic Manager at 540-825-3100, extension 3153.  To schedule an appointment, or make a referral, call our clinic staff at 540-825-5656 (Culpeper Clinic) or 540-347-7620 (Fauquier Clinic).

Outpatient Clinic Addresses

Culpeper Behavioral Health Clinic
650 Laurel Street
Culpeper, VA 22701
540-825-5656

Fauquier Behavioral Health Clinic
340 Hospital Drive
Warrenton, VA 20186
540-347-7620