- ASAM Level I, II, & III Classes
- Anger Management Classes
- DUI Classes
- MRT Classes
- Cognitive Skills
- Parenting Classes
- Relapse Prevention
- Intensive Outpatient Tretment
- Shoplifting and Theft Prevention
- Risk Reduction Program DUI RRP
- Family Violence Intervention Program
- Alcohol and Drug Addiction Prevention Workshop
- Certification: Substance Abuse Counselor Training
ASAM Level 0.5 is early intervention and addiction prevention. This level of care constitutes a service for individuals who are at risk of developing a substance-related problem, such as a DUI or drug-related arrest.
ASAM Level I is an outpatient program, which consists of 3 to 9 hours of classes per week. This level of care is designed for early behavioral interventions, recovery, and motivational enhancement therapies.
ASAM Level II is the initial recommendation and course of treatment for the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). This level of care typically consists of 9 to 20 hours of classes and individual therapy per week. The program addressed the multidimen
sional instability issues of people with addiction and co-morbid conditions. Some insurance companies may cover the service fees associated with treatment.
ASAM Level II.2 and II.5 are described as partial hospitalization program (PHP). This level of care typically provides 20 or more hours of classes and therapy per week. It is considered a higher level of care with an aftercare plan that may take up to 180 days. The fees for the intensive outpatient program may be covered by most insurance
Cogntive Skills Classes and MRT
MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy) is a cognitive-behavioral treatment model for substance abuse and criminal justice offenders. MRT is a multifaceted treatment approach for individuals in need of a stronger, moral-based reasoning structure when making decisions. The MRT curriculum is designed to enhance moral reasoning skills by facilitating dialogues related to assessing the appropriateness of specific decisions in particular contexts. The foundation of the MRT model was based off the understanding that healthy, constructive decision-making is the reflection of a deeper level or moral reasoning, which contributes to the assessment of potential options/courses of action. As long as maladaptive, habitual cognitive patterns are allowed to dominate over decision-making faculties without consideration of consequences or purposeful deliberation with the inclusion of healthier alternatives (inspired by deeper insights fostered in educational settings such as MRT classes), the likelihood of recidivism remains high.
Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Classes ($60)
Shoplifting is viewed as a behavioral problem. It presents many problems for retailers and business owners nationwide. Some people shoplift to support their families, others do so to support addictive behaviors, unforeseen circumstances and socio-economic situations that are unavoidable etc… As you know by now,
authorities have partnered up with major retailers to theft prevention and send a clear message to shoplifters by pursuing full persecution of anyone who is arrested of such crime.
The Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Classes ($60) are awareness and prevention courses. The class is an intensive workshop that concentrates on harm reduction and lower recidivism. Participants are encouraged to discuss life circumstances and issues that have led to criminal activities. In addition to psycho-educational material, participants are presented with situational scenarios to assess their own judgments.
Shoplifting classes are offered in three locations. We have classes in Atlanta, Decatur, and Marietta. We are a court and state-approved program for the entire state of Georgia.
To ensure compliance with all probationary terms and conditions, attendance to these therapeutic group enactment classes is essential.