Our philosophy of care is to preserve the dignity and integrity of each patient throughout their recovery process. We focus on the individual strengths and abilities to improve quality of life.
About the Program
The dual-diagnosis program is an intensive outpatient program designed to serve the adult population experiencing a psychiatric disorder that is co-occuring with a substance abuse/chemical dependency problem.
Throughout the program, patients are taught skills to promote positive thinking, self-empowerment and assertiveness, dealing with family problems and communication skills.
Program elements include:
- Psychiatric Evaluation
- Symptom Management and Education
- Medication Education
- Health and Wellness Training
- Enhanced Life Skills
- Coping and Stress Management
- Self-Esteem and Assertiveness
- Coping and Problem Solving
- Relapse Prevention
- 12-Step Program
- Recovery Skills
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Nutritional Assessment and Education
The Pathways Outpatient Program provides patients with ways to successfully cope with life’s challenges, while encouraging a sense of competency and hope.
Our licensed staff consists of psychiatrists, nurses, therapists, and addiction specialists. The team has extensive experience in providing personalized treatment relevant to the needs of each individual patient.
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Group psychotherapy
- Individual therapy
- Medication management
- Family therapy
Referrals for admission to the Pathways Outpatient Program can be made by:
- The potential patient
- Care givers
- Primary care physicians
- Any concerned individual in the community
Our admission process begins with a confidential evaluation by trained clinical staff. Upon approval, a physician evaluation is conducted to determine the patient’s need for outpatient services and the appropriate level of care.
The intensive outpatient therapy is conveniently offered from Monday through Thursday, 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Assessments and individual services are available during daytime hours.
Fees and Insurance
Most insurance plans cover the intensive outpatient programs. Psychiatrist fees are separate from hospital program fees.