Substance Abuse Services for Adults
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board cares about providing the right level of care to any client who is struggling with substance abuse. To reach this goal we work with each client to develop an individualized plan for treatment as well as using an assessment tool designed by American Society of Addiction Medicine, or ASAM. Utilizing the ASAM assessment, and through the cooperative treatment planning process, clients will be invited to participate in the level of care to best meet their needs.
Treatment Options to Fit Your Needs
- Decisions Group is a program designed to help participants take a look at the affect substance abuse has had in their life and to make decisions regarding their personal journey towards recovery. The Decisions Group is a twice weekly group that meets on Mondays and Thursdays. We offer a morning Decisions Group as well as an evening Decisions Group.
- Strategies Group is designed for clients who have been through treatment before, maybe even recently, and have made a clear and committed decision to live a clean and sober life. Participants in the Strategies Group will work with staff to develop the support, strength, and skills they need to reach the goal of a healthy and lasting recovery. The Strategies Group is a twice weekly group that meets on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
- The Intensive Outpatient Program, or IOP, is designed to provide intensive support to clients who are experiencing major problems in their life related to substance abuse and are having significant difficulty in finding their path towards a clean and sober life. This is the highest level of outpatient care provided by HRCSB and meets every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
- Outside of these three core programs HRCSB also offers groups focused on individuals who not only struggle with substance abuse, but also have other treatment concerns such as coping with depression, anxiety, or trauma. Research shows groups tend to be the best way to support most clients working towards recovery; however, individual treatment plans can include support through individual therapy sessions as well.