Substance Use Disorder Services
Seasons' outpatient substance use disorder program strongly believes and adheres to a 12 step model of addiction treatment. Knowing and understanding that each patient seeks out services for their own personal reasons, treatment is individualized to address specific patient needs. A strong emphasis is placed in the first 4 steps, which includes acceptance of the disease and being able understand what it means to turn the addiction over to a personal higher power. Services primarily focus on alleviating specific substance use disorder problems, enhancing overall functioning and preventing the development of additional problems for the individual and their families.
Seasons' outpatient substance use disorder programming incorporates three distinct levels of care provided by the American Society Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria. These levels of care include Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Extended Outpatient (EOP) and Continuing Care (CC.) Therapists use a variety of interventions to facilitate goal achievement no matter the level of care provided. In addition to individual therapy, outpatient services are also provided in family and/or group therapy modalities. Seasons' substance use disorder therapists are educated at Bachelors and Masters levels in psychology, social work or other related fields. All therapists are certified or eligible for certification through the Iowa Board of Substance Abuse Certification.
Please give us a call at 1-800-242-5101 if you or someone you know would benefit from these services.