Insight believes you can make positive choices with the support of family members, caregivers, and your community. Recovery can begin when you admit you have a problem and are willing to make changes.
Our evidence-based outpatient services are designed to cause the least disruption to your daily life, so you can work toward getting healthy without having to leave work, family, or friends.
We will help you figure out what’s right for you.
We want to help you better understand your health and empower you to live free from substance misuse.
Our counselors are trained in proven techniques, backed by evidence, which can help you regain control of your life, such as:
- motivational interviewing
- relapse prevention therapy
- motivational enhancement therapy
- cognitive behavioral therapy
Programs include medication-assisted treatment, intensive outpatient counseling (group, family, and individual), and psychiatric services.
How does this work?
Admission to an outpatient program begins with a comprehensive look at your physical, mental, and social needs. Then, you will meet with a counselor to develop a treatment plan to help you succeed.
- Comprehensive clinical assessments
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) – meets up to five days a week with group and individual counseling and recovery education
- Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) – meets three days a week with group and individual counseling and recovery education
- Outpatient group, family, and individual counseling
Our goal is to help you achieve and maintain a substance abuse-free life. We know this can be especially challenging for you, especially if you battle an addiction to opioids (heroin, oxycodone, hydrocodone, etc.).
Insight is an accredited facility allowed to provide medications that can help you medically and emotionally, so you can stop misusing prescription or illegal drugs.
We offer both long-term detoxification and maintenance therapy, depending on which is appropriate for you.
We give priority admission if you are pregnant, an intravenous drug user, are at risk of HIV/AIDS or tuberculosis (TB), or have opioid management treatment needs.
“Insight’s outpatient treatment helped me break the cycle of drug abuse and addiction.”