Learn about Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and how it can help your family.
Withdrawal management (formerly known as detox) is a type of treatment for substance use disorder to help you get off substances in a safe environment.
A halfway house is a home in the community for people who are recently recovering from a substance use disorder.
Medication-assisted treatment uses medicine and therapy to help you recover from opioid use disorder.
Outpatient services are a good place to start when you think you need help for a substance use disorder.
Recovery support services help you talk to someone who has experience with substance use disorder.
Rehabilitation or "rehab" helps you get 24-hour care for substance use disorders in a safe environment.
Case management services, also called service coordination, help you connect with services and supports in the community.
Community Treatment Team's “team model” provides you treatment and helps you coordinate your care so that you can move toward recovery.
Complex care management is for people who may need additional help due to complicated needs that get in the way of doing daily activities or moving forward with recovery.