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Co-Occurring and Substance Use Disorder Services

 Peninsula Behavioral Health is here to support your recovery journey with services that work for you.

At Peninsula Behavioral Health, we offer two levels of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment: Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP).  Both services can be combined with Mental Health treatment.  When both SUD and mental health disorders are addressed simultaneously, treatment is identified as Co-Occurring Disorder treatment.    

In coordination with Substance Use Disorder treatment, Peninsula Behavioral Health approaches treatment using the Harm Reduction Model.  Harm Reduction, or Harm Minimization, refers to a range of public health policies designed to lessen the negative social and/or physical consequences associated with various human behaviors.  We focus on positive change and on working with people without judgment, coercion, or discrimination.  The individual’s goals determine their progress through the program.

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Intensive Outpatient Services 

Intensive Outpatient Services are intended for an individual who has:

  • Recently left inpatient treatment.
  • Experienced a short episode of Substance Use Disorder recurrence.
  • Received a referral by a professional who specializes in Substance Use Disorders.

The IOP program is completed in a minimum of 16 weeks and includes education and supportive material delivered through Individual and Group sessions.

  • Individual sessions are conducted with an SUD counselor at least once a month for one hour.
  • Group sessions meet three days a week for three hours each. 

Outpatient Services

Outpatient Services are intended for an individual who has:

  • Completed an Intensive Outpatient program.
  • Received a referral by a professional who specializes in Substance Use Disorders.

The OP program is completed in a minimum of 6 months.

  • Individual sessions are conducted with an SUD counselor at least once a month.

Group sessions meet one day a week for two hours.  

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    Case Managers

    Case Managers provide a range of services on site and in the community to assist adults in attaining the goals established in their Individual Treatment Plans. Case Managers may work to:

     

    • Collaborate and coordinate with Crisis Intervention Team
    • Coordinate services with other agencies and to assist clients in their health and human service needs, such as food, shelter, clothing and transportation
    • Teach skills such as problem solving, goal setting, symptom management, communication, social skills, and how to access community resources
    • Communicate with hospital personnel to facilitate discharge of clients and return to community
    • Coordinate care with psychiatric medication providers

    Peer Support Specialists

    A Peer Support Specialist self-identifies as a person who has progressed in their own recovery from alcohol, substance use or a behavioral health condition and assists other individuals do the same.

    Because of their life experience, Peer Support Specialists have expertise that professional training cannot replicate. Peers may:

     

    • Assist their peers in articulating goals for recovery
    • Help clients learn and practice new skills and monitor progress
    • Model effective coping techniques and self-help strategies based on their own recovery experience
    • Support clients in advocating for themselves to obtain effective services

    Substance Use Disorder Professionals

    Our SUDPs provide Level One Substance Use Disorder treatment. This service aims to assist individuals who have alcohol and/or drug-addiction to achieve and maintain abstinence from mood-altering substances and to develop independent support systems. SUDPs may provide:

    • Assessment and diagnosis of a substance use disorder
    • Treatment planning and referral
    • Patient and family education on chemical dependency as a disease
    • Individual and group counseling for individuals with alcohol and/or drug addiction
    • Relapse prevention counseling

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    The Community Support Services (CSS) team is here to help you reach your goals  through coaching, advocacy and assistance in navigating community systems.

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    Our team is here for you.

    When you become a client at Peninsula Behavioral Health, our team takes their place in your corner.

    Our team of compassionate professionals includes case managers, peer support specialists, and chemical dependency professionals.

    Each of our staff holds a professional credential issued by the Washington State Department of Health.

    The Community Support Services (CSS) team is here to help you reach your goals  through coaching, advocacy and assistance in navigating community systems.

    You are not alone. We are here to support you.

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