Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient
When life feels frightening, keystone offers hope
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A multifaceted condition demands a multifaceted approach.
Substance use disorders do not follow a predictable course. Symptoms and consequences may extend out into every area of a patient’s life, negatively affecting relationships, job security and all aspects of health. Our Intensive Outpatient Services are here to assist you.
Keystone was founded on the principle that, in order to successfully manage substance use disorders, one must treat the entire person.
Our holistic approach includes medical management, group therapy, individual counseling, peer support and ongoing recovery management. We also help patients recover and rebuild financially after losing housing or employment.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment From Keystone
Patients recovering from substance use disorders do better in specialized groups that can address issues the group members have in common.
The dedicated staff at Keystone provides our patients with a wide variety of programs tailored to their individual concerns, including programs specifically designed for women, men, young adults, and adolescents. Length of programs may vary based on individual needs.
Women of Substance: Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient
Designed specifically to address the issues of women whose lives are complicated by substance use disorders. Keystone’s Women of Substance Program includes group Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Program, education, and individual and family-based counseling. Many issues are covered; a few are parenting, domestic violence education, finding secure housing and trauma recovery. Depending on severity of health issues, groups meet 3 to 5 hours daily, Monday through Thursday beginning at 9 a.m., and are followed by Recovery Management.
Bright Beginnings is a summer program for the children of parents who are currently enrolled in our Women of Substance or Men Under Construction programs. It is an evidenced-based children’s curriculum for those age 6 to 15 years old.
Compass is designed to meet the needs of those struggling with substance use disorders in addition to other complex health problems. The program is geared toward those who would benefit from a smaller, more intimate level of care with small group therapy sessions designed specifically for what they are facing. Compass is held Monday through Wednesday and Friday from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and is followed by Recovery Management.
Homefree is a program designed for men and women seeking intensive outpatient care at Keystone who have a traditional 9 to 5 work week. Homefree meets Monday through Thursday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., and is followed by Recovery Management.
The crisis of opioid use in young adults outpaces that of all other age demographics. Keystone recognizes this and created a service that helps adults between 18 and 28 years of age struggling with severe opioid use disorders to find healing and hope in recovery. This program offers Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) including the use of Buprenorphine and Naltrexone. The Journey treatment group meets Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and individually with counselor by appointment. Patients, after completing the intensive phase of treatment, continue to attend Recovery Management as long as necessary to remain in sustained recovery.
Men Under Construction
Keystone created Men Under Construction to meet the needs of a population underserved because of lack of insurance coverage. The program, supported by United Way and other generous foundations and donors, includes a specialized curriculum designed specifically for men who are struggling with substance use disorders and need treatment for the issues they face. Our evidence-based program helps men heal and recover by working through issues related to family, work and resilience. The program meets Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and is followed by Recovery Management.
If you or someone you know needs medical care for drug or alcohol use, call our main office
Call our main office at (803) 324-1800 for a confidential screening. We will help you determine the best course of action and connect you with others in the community who can help you recover.