Substance Abuse Evaluation and Treatment
Abuse of, and dependence on substances can cause tremendous pain for both those addicted and their families. At CCD, we offer several services to assess and treat addiction to alcohol, illegal drugs, and prescription medication.
Services include both evaluation and treatment. Available treatment options range from individual or family therapy to our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).
We also offer services to educate and support the loved ones of the dependent person.
For additional information on any of the following services, click on a link, or contact:
|Janie Lewis-Zygiel, MEd, LPC, LCDC||940-382-5328 x25|
Janie works with individuals, couples, and families of any age in our Denton office. Just a few of her practice areas include
For more information about Janie, please visit her complete bio.
Alcohol and Drug Evaluations
Do you wonder if you have a problem with alcohol or drugs? Do you wonder if your relationship to substances is normal? Do you know your use is excessive, but don’t know what level of treatment you need to be free again? Do you wonder if there is an underlying disorder such as depression or anxiety that you are masking with your use? A professionally conducted evaluation can answer those and other questions about your alcohol or drug use. Learn More.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) (Phase 1)
IOP is just what it sounds like. It’s intensive, involving 12 hours of treatment each week, for 6 weeks. It’s Outpatient, so clients continue to attend work or school and participate in treatment during the evenings. It’s an effective treatment for those who need more than individual counseling and a community support group, but who are not medically, or otherwise in need of the controlled setting of in-patient treatment. Learn More.
Supportive Outpatient Program (SOP) (Aftercare: Phases 2-3)
SOP is for those who have successfully completed our, or another IOP, or another type of Phase 1 treatment, such as an in-patient treatment program. SOP is designed to transition the client from the intensity of initial treatment to the lifelong support of community support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. Learn More.
Individual and Family Substance Counseling
Counseling can play a number of roles in the treatment of Substance Abuse. For some, it is the only treatment required. For others, it is an added intervention to a more intensive treatment, such as IOP. Counseling is also used to address the family issues that contribute to, or occur as the result of substance abuse, or just to educate and support family members who are in a relationship with a current or recovering user. Learn More.