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Treatment

The counseling staff of BHS is composed of licensed and certified professionals who provide the following services:

  • Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM)

  • Continuing Care Counseling

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Evaluation and Assessment

  • Family, Individual, and Group Counseling

  • Adolescent Substance Use Counseling

  • Individualized Treatment Planning

  • DBT-Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Group

  • Referral to Residential and Inpatient Services

  • Recurrence Management

  • School Counseling

  • Women’s Empowerment Group

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment

  • Variety of Evidence-Based Treatment Models: CBT, DBT, A-CRA, TREM, TF-CBT, AF-CBT, MI, and others

  • MAT-Medication Assisted Treatment: Suboxone and Vivitrol

Such applications are delivered through the following programs:

Community-Based Treatment (CBT): focuses primarily on individual and group counseling related to a wide range of issues.

Insight: An educational group that teaches about the effects of alcohol and other drugs on the mind and body and encourages the development of healthy coping skills. This group is for persons that have a problem with use of substances and could be headed for addiction.

Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP): designed for persons diagnosed with moderate to severe substance use disorders. Substance abusing persons face a number of obstacles in their struggle for recovery. The aim of IOP is to provide a highly structured and evidence-based program while meeting the needs of clients. Services are provided to fit the individual needs of the participant. 

New Outlooks Via Awareness (NOVA): An educational group designed for those who have abused alcohol and/or other substances but are not at the level of dependence.

School Counseling Program (SCP): provides counseling and education for children, adolescents, and their family members within the school setting and at BHS.  Students who are struggling with personal issues, or who are demonstrating behavioral problems may be referred to SCP by:

  • Teachers

  • Guidance Counselors

  • School Administration

  • Other School Personnel