Omega Counseling, Inc. - Substance Abuse - Phoenix, AZ
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                                       SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAMS
Substance Abuse, Addiction, DUI classes
 
The Omega Substance Abuse Treatment Program is designed to help participants understand addiction, recognize denial, and prevent relapse.
Therapists use a cognitive/behavioral model to help the participants restructure their values and believes.  This is accomplished by producing Thought Reports that allow clients to recognize distorted thoughts and destructive patterns.
 
 
ALCOHOL AND DRUG EDUCATION (16 Hours)
 
In addition to the weekly therapy groups, clients attend a 16 hour Level II drug and alcohol education class designed to give clients information about the physiological, legal, family and psychological consequences of using alcohol and drugs and the consequences of driving under the influence. This class is also given to first time DUI clients that do not test with a high probability of having a substance dependence disorder.
 
Level I Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment
(36-56 Hours)
 
This program is designed for individuals with alcohol and drug related offenses with screening results showing a high probability of having a substance dependence disorder.
Clients meet weekly for 10 counseling group sessions. Each person has an individual intake assessment to determine level of need and to develop an individualized treatment plan. Each participant must also attend the Level II education class.
 
Level I Intensive Substance Abuse Treatment
(64-100+ Hours)
 
This program is designed for individuals with alcohol and drug related offenses with screening results showing a high probability of having a substance dependence disorder.
Clients meet twice per week for counseling group sessions. Each person has an individual intake assessment to determine level of need and to develop an individualized treatment plan. Each participant must also attend the Level II education class.
 
The Substance Abuse programs include:
 
  • Stress and anger management techniques
  • Understand and recognize triggers and relapse prevention planning
  • Understanding the impact of alcohol and drug use on the brain, the body and relationships
  • Psychological and legal consequences of using alcohol and drugs
  • Exploration of 12 step and other support programs
 
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Alcohol abuse
alcohol use, abuse and alcoholism

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brief Marijuana Dependence Program
12 weeks
 
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, funded three clinical sites and a Coordinating Center to design and implement the Marijuana Treatment Project (MTP) in the late 1990s. A major focus of CSAT is rigorous testing of approaches to treat marijuana dependence in both adults and adolescents. MTP studied the efficacy of treatments for adults who are dependent on marijuana.
At the time of funding, MTP was one of the largest Knowledge Development and Applications initiatives funded by CSAT. Another was the Cannabis Youth Treatment (CYT) Study, which resulted in the CYT Series, a five-volume resource that provides unique perspectives on treating adolescents for marijuana use.
This program for Brief Marijuana Dependence Counseling (BMDC) is based on the research protocol used by counselors in MTP. 
 
The Brief Marijuana Dependence Counseling (BMDC) approach combines elements from previously demonstrated treatments for substance use disorders:
 
• Motivational enhancement therapy
• Cognitive behavioral therapy
• Case management
 
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