Our Treatment Approach
Clinically we tailor a program of recovery and wellness through an interdisciplinary approach utilizing the vast resources at VIP and within our community. Each client’s program is customized to meet them where they are on their path to self-sufficiency. We have a team of experienced professionals who can help and offer positive outcomes.
Opioid Treatment Program
VIP’s CARF Accredited OTP offers a comprehensive approach to Medication Supported Recovery serving individuals with a diagnosis of opioid dependence and heroin addiction. At VIP we offer Methadone and Suboxone. Every client meet's with our lead physician to discuss their best medication option. Medication services are supported by individual and family counseling, group services, self-help programming, and medical and case management services. There is no appointment needed and individuals are encouraged to walk-in to begin the intake process.
|25,000 Clients treated for alcohol/drug addiction annually.|
|1,500 Clients served daily in our Opioid Treatment Program|
VIP’s Outpatient Treatment Program utilizes a Client Centered Approach to treat individuals struggling with chemical dependency or in need of relapse prevention support. The program offers a full complement of recovery services including individual and group counseling, mental health support, medical assessment, follow-up, and smoking cessation. Specialties include gender specific services for women to support significant trauma histories, Parenting classes, Stress/ Anger Management Groups, Bilingual Treatment, Vocational & Educational Services.
In-Patient Residential Treatment
VIP’s Residential Treatment Facilities provide chemical dependency services which include medical examination, evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and education of persons suffering from substance use disorders. Services are designed and implemented to support the recovery, health and well-being of the persons served, enhance the quality of life of the persons served and support the integration of the persons served in the community. The program offers 3 elements of care: stabilization, rehabilitation and reintegration in order to meet the consumer where they are in their recovery process.