Treatment for Substance Use Disorders
Caught in the grip of addictive substances, often combined with mental illness, people can lose all hope. The Restoration Center manages crisis and helps people regain sobriety to live a life of productive independence.
The Mommies Program is an intensive, outpatient, specialized female substance use treatment program providing therapeutic treatment in the form of group, individual, family and couples counseling, as well as, drug assessments and mental health assessments.
Group counseling sessions, offered every weekday, are evidence-based and focused on substance use topics. Group courses include Awareness/Seeking Safety, Parenting, Relapse Prevention, and Life Skills. Individual counseling can be substance-use focused or mental health focused. Counseling staff also offers support for participants who are homeless, on parole/probation, or involved in an open case with Child Protective Services.
Mommies is a collaborative partnership between The Center for Health Care Services, University Health System (UHS) and Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
Co-Occurring Psychiatric Substance Use Disorder (COPSD)
Substance use disorders are common among people with serious mental illnesses and put people at risk for many other problems. Many people with psychiatric symptoms choose to self-medicate to alleviate their pain and can develop addiction to drugs and alcohol. If both substance use and mental health illness co-occur, judgement is impaired and individuals are more vulnerable to unpredictable outcomes.
COPSD is a team of Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors (LCDC) who help individuals develop knowledge, hope, skills, and support needed to manage dual diagnosis.
Case Management includes:
- Working with qualified and trained specialist to address dual diagnosis
- Linking to recommended community resources such as mental health evaluation
- Team meetings to review progress
- Interim counseling
Residential Detoxification (Detox)
Substance addiction causes problems that are nearly impossible to solve by yourself. Since 2008, the Residential Detoxification Unit has provided a safe portal to end addiction, whatever the substance. Be it alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, stimulants, benzodiazepines/sedatives, or any of the newer synthetic substances, Detox staff provides medical oversight as you rid your body of the addictive substance. Then we help you access programs that motivate you to recover and stay clean.
The Center’s Residential Detoxification Unit (Detox) is a licensed, accredited 28-bed facility offering medical oversight and recovery support for people withdrawing from addictive substances. Residencies are typically 3-7 days, but will vary depending on an individual patient’s symptoms.
Detox aims to:
- help you complete a safe withdrawal from alcohol and drug abuse
- encourage you to continue substance abuse treatment, and
- motivate and empower you to develop a healthy recovery lifestyle
Opioid Addiction Treatment (OATS)
OATS is a CARF accredited and licensed outpatient narcotic treatment program for people addicted to opioids, such as prescription pain medications and heroin. Medication-assisted treatment is utilized along with counseling and other support.
Minor Medical Injured Prisoners Clinic
Provides minor medical clearance for crisis and detoxification programs. Immediate access is given to law enforcement to obtain medical clearance and treatment for individuals who have been detained and injured during the apprehension process.
An option for people who are dependent on alcohol and other drugs, have moderate symptoms of withdrawal, and need less structure to stay sober. Clients who complete outpatient drug detoxification receive daily medical supervision. The treatment team consists of a licensed counselor, nurse and physician.
Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP)
IOP helps people with addiction challenges identify their strengths, achieve stability, and regain control of their lives. Counselors provide intensive outpatient treatment services that facilitate recovery from substance abuse and dependence diagnoses. IOP staff stays up-to-date with all the programs available to the recovering population. A case manager helps you access an array of “wrap around” services at The Restoration Center and in the community at large that assess mental health, medical, housing and occupational assistance.
Substance Use Public Sobering Unit
The Sobering Unit is a jail diversion program designed to offer a treatment alternative in lieu of arrest to public intoxicants by providing a medically safe environment utilizing motivational interviewing techniques to engage the individual and offer direct access to treatment. The Sobering Unit is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and no appointment is necessary.