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Drug & Alcohol

Current services include Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient services. The program utilizes evidenced-based therapeutic approaches to substance abuse/dependency treatment. Additional components of treatment offered are family/concerned others therapy, opioid replacement counseling, individualized aftercare planning, and recovery support services.

Outpatient

The Community Guidance Center offers several therapy options to address your needs. Outpatient Services are available to adults as well as children. An individual can participate in more than one therapy option.

Developmental Disabilities Unit

The Developmental Disabilities Unit offers a wide range of services to individuals with intellectual disabilities as well as to their families and caregivers. Professionally trained Supports Coordinators assist individuals and families in obtaining services that are needed to meet basic needs and enhance independence. 

Child/Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program

ALPHA is designed to be a short-term comprehensive mental health treatment program with an academic intervention. The program is offered to students with a mental health diagnosis that are in grades K-12. This program is a year round mental health placement, providing a full day of mental health therapy and psychiatric medication services, while an academic component is provided by a certified teacher. Transportation to and from the program can generally be arranged. 

Family Based

The Family Based Program is designed to help children and adolescents with emotional or behavioral problems receive comprehensive services in their home. Family Based includes family therapy in which all family members are encouraged to participate in order to achieve desired changes. 

Early Intervention Program

The Early Intervention Program provides services to children aged birth to three years who have or are at risk for developmental delays. The program is a family-focused/family-centered delivery system. Services are provided to the child based upon strengths, concerns, priorities and resources identified by the family.

Psychiatric Services Department

Our Psychiatric Services Department at the Community Guidance Center (CGC) is comprised of Psychiatrists, Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNP), Physician Assistants (PA), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) depending on location where you are receiving your services.

Case Management

The Community Guidance Center’s Case Management Program is designed to assist adults or children (and their families) who have a serious mental illness or emotional disturbance in accessing resources and services which will allow them to live successfully in their home community.