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santa rosa, california

general outpatient

general outpatient provides clients with access to our full range of services in a very flexible schedule and at a reduced frequency

many of our clients chose to continue in general outpatient after completing two months of Intensive outpatient treatment. it can help them stay connected with the group and maintain an environment of accountability  

 

general outpatient is also a level of care that can be appropriate for clients who are further along in their recovery. They may be more independent but still desire one-on-one counseling, case management, group counseling, educational sessions, recovery coaching, and accountability

why choose general outpatient?

general outpatient gives clients access to the full range of our resources

clients who participate in general outpatient have the freedom to identify specific needs, decide which services will be most beneficial, and customize the frequency of the treatment

group counseling

communication skills

positive socialization

supervised support

structured discussion

tiered Recover

clients with more sobriety share experience with clients with less sobriety

group guidance from an experienced drug and alcohol counselor

individual

counseling

every client is assigned their own counselor

at least one hour of

1-on-1 time per week

recovery support

identifying triggers and high risk situations

structuring personal time

identifying and using positive support systems

handling shame and guilt

grief and loss support

vocational

resources

resume building

Job search support

sonoma county job link registration

vocational training scholarships for medical assisting and phlebotomy programs

 

interview skills

staffing agency access

 

transportation services for job search related activities

case management

social services education

pragmatic and immediate solutions to every day problems

flexible and customizable ​schedule

clients have a single point of contact for their support needs

community resource education and support

 

recovery coaching

support in making a plan and setting a schedule

educational

groups

relapse prevention

Structuring Free Time

identifying key triggers

utilizing support networks

early recovery and post acute withdrawal

 

tools to stay stopped

rebuilding personal relationships

stress management

 

coping skills

life balance

recovery coaching

one-on-one with coach and client

recovery community education

 

sober housing placement

help finding a sponsor

find meetings and make a schedule to get there

alternative self-help program education

identifying goals and objectives

drug and alcohol testing

or

call us to learn more

 

707.879.8432