Outpatient Services

The Lieutenant’s House offers nonresidential treatment services through our outpatient programs. Our outpatient treatment provides therapeutic activities for individuals while they maintain residence and employment in the community. The focus of the program is on treatment and the provision of ancillary services. Outpatient services are provided to individuals on a variety of intensity levels (i.e., education classes, outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, and day or night treatment). The following services are available on an outpatient basis:

EDUCATION GROUPS – Structured education courses throughout the length of treatment. Topics include Anger Management, Chemical Dependency Education, Relapse Prevention, Smoking Cessation.

SUPPORTIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT – Therapeutic treatment activities for individuals are available in several community based locations. In these nonresidential settings a minimum of one individual, group or family session every two weeks is provided. The program generally consists of 12 to 24 weeks of weekly group sessions. Outpatient services allow individuals to receive drug treatment with minimal disruption to daily life activities.

INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT – – Intensive outpatient treatment offers two or more groups, individual or family sessions per week. The program is approximately 12 to 24 weeks in length. This treatment modality provides services at a level that is more intense than supportive outpatient treatment.

DAY/NIGHT TREATMENT – Day and Night Treatment is an intensive nonresidential program offering treatment activities during the day or night, which allows individuals to reside at home, maintain full time employment or attend an educational program. The program provides for consecutive hours of treatment activities, at minimum frequency of four days per week, for a period of four weeks. Each individual has a minimum of six hours per week of individual, group or family counseling. This program is appropriate for those individuals not adapting well less restrictive treatment and who require a higher intensity level of service.