Substance Use and Mental Health Outpatient Therapy for Adolescents and Adults
MH Therapy (OP):
Serves children, adolescents, and adults who have a mental health diagnosis. Therapy targets symptoms management, coping skills and improving healthy relationships and quality of life. Services include individual therapy, group therapy, individualized treatment plans and treatment plan reviews all provided by a master’s level therapist. Based on individual preference, family participation in treatment, family educational and counseling services are provided to support the family and quality of life.
SA Therapy (OP);
Adult Outpatient is for adults 18 years old and older who are participating in DUI, dependency drug courts, probation and voluntary. AOP Services provide individual therapy, group therapy, individualized treatment plans and treatment plan reviews all provided by a master’s level therapist. Family participation in treatment is encouraged, and family educational and counseling services are provided to support the family in the recovery process. Outpatient services allow the individual to remain active with work, family and the community while they participate in treatment.
Adolescent Therapy (OP):
Adolescent Outpatient Program services include individual therapy with family involvement. Treatment is specifically directed toward repairing relationships, reducing impulsivity, developing social and life skills, and providing treatment interventions for the youth to remain substance-free. The clients served, receive comprehensive clinical services, which include SA evaluation, treatment planning, group and individual therapy, and support from a master’s level therapist. The goals of the program include establishing long-lasting recovery from drugs and alcohol and rebuilding a person’s skills to facilitate recovery and reconnection to the community.
Community Action Team*
The Community Action Team is an intensive outpatient wraparound program for eligible youth ages 11-21. Services include therapy, case management, therapeutic mentoring, nursing, and psychiatric services. Services are provided at school, in the community, at client’s home, or office. The CAT team adapts a “whatever it takes” approach to meet the individual’s goals.
The Physician Services Medication Outpatient Program (Med Management) provides medical and clinical support services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders. The goal is recovery and reconnection to the community. Services include psychiatric evaluation, treatment planning, medication management, nursing services, therapy, and targeted case management.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
The Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program serves adults with opioid use disorders in an outpatient setting. The program offers buprenorphine or naltrexone in combination with group and individual therapy, case management and peer support.
Behavioral Health Network (BNet)*
Behavioral Health Network (BNet) is a comprehensive behavioral health care plan for children actively enrolled in Title XXI portion of Florida Kidcare, a statewide health care plan for children. BNet serves children ages 5-19 who are not eligible for Medicaid. BNet treats the entire spectrum of behavioral health disorders and provides children and their parents with intensive behavioral planning and treatment.
Family Intervention Services works with families involved in the child welfare system who are experiencing substance abuse and/or mental health problems and are at risk of losing their children. Family Intervention Specialists assess and link clients to treatment/services and provide case management services until the client is engaged in the services.
The Family Intensive Treatment Team is a comprehensive in-home treatment program that provides help to families involved with child welfare (DCF/CPC) due to substance misuse in Putnam County. Peer Recovery Specialists are also used to provide support and help families connect with the world of positive sober support in their local community.
FITT Lite provides services to families who have substance abuse concerns, particularly parents of children age 0-1, involved in child welfare. These families have an above average risk for neglect, abuse, and inability to have sufficient resources for food or housing.
Adult Targeted Case Management services are provided in an outpatient and home-based setting to assist the individual in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and natural support, and other related services. The goal is to promote independent functioning through coordination of support services.
*denotes a Community-Based Service