Addictions Program

Services provided by Curry Community Health Addictions Treatment Program include:

  • Resources & referral
  • Assessment & evaluation
  • Individual & group therapy
  • Educational
  • Case Management
  • Consultation
  • Residential placement
  • Coordination of services
  • Family counseling
  • UA Monitoring

Curry Community Health Addictions Program provides treatment for the following:

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Problem Gambling
  • Anger Management
  • Domestic Violence
  • Victims of Domestic Violence

Our A&D Program offers individual and group therapy utilizing evidence based practice curriculum.  Some of the types of groups offered are:  Adolescent, Gender Specific, Educational, Recovery Skills, PTSD/Substance Abuse, and Relapse Prevention.  Some of the types of curriculum used are: Stages of Change, Matrix, Women’s Addiction, CBT, Cannabis Youth Treatment, The Matrix Model for Teens and Young Adults, and Seeking Safety.

We also offer Anger Management Groups utilizing the SAMHSA approved anger management curriculum.  Our Domestic Violence Intervention Program follows state guidelines for required content and is facilitated by trained staff.

Substance Use and Problem Gambling Prevention
Evidence-based substance abuse and problem gambling prevention efforts are coordinated by Curry Community Health’s Prevention Specialist. Founded on research, Positive Culture Framework, and the six Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) strategies outlined by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the strategies utilized to prevent substance use and problem gambling in Curry County include: information dissemination, prevention education, alternative activities, community-based process, environmental approaches, and problem identification and referral. Prevention programs balance concern with hope and reduce risk factors while increasing protective factors to build resilience in youths and communities.