Treatment

THINKING FOR A CHANGE:

Community Treatment Center, Inc. offers evidence based practices as well as co-occurring treatment for depression, anxiety, PTSD, and trauma.

Thinking for a Change (T4C) is a cognitive–behavioral curriculum developed by the National Institute of Corrections that concentrates on changing the criminogenic thinking. T4C is a cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT) program that includes cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and the development of problem-solving skills.

T4C stresses interpersonal communication skills development and confronts thought patterns that can lead to problematic behaviors.

The program has three components:

  1. cognitive self-change
  2. social skills
  3. problem-solving skills

Lessons on cognitive self-change provide participants with a thorough process for self-reflection concentrated on uncovering antisocial thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and beliefs. Social skills lessons prepare participants to engage in prosocial interactions based on self-understanding and awareness of the impact that their actions may have on others. Finally, problem-solving skills integrate the two other components and provide participants with a step-by-step process to address challenges and stressful situations they may encounter.

 

Community Treatment Center, Inc. utilizes group therapy to develop new life skills, create new core values, embrace an intimacy with sobriety, sharpen communication skills, and adapt to healthy lifestyles.

All clients are required to participate in group therapy as well as individual counseling sessions.

Each client is required to obtain employment. Staff assists clients with resume writing to sharpen their employability skills.

LEVEL III RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

  • A general topic group about the dynamics of alcohol/drug use, abuse, addiction, and recovery. Education and discussion techniques are used to promote the client’s level of identification with their status in the regression of the disease of addiction in order to break through the phenomenon of “denial” and begin the recovery process.
  • A group offering valuable life skills management that includes the areas essential for recovery:
  • Decision making
  • Problem-solving
  • Responsibilities
  • Financial discipline
  • Stress management
  • Conflict resolution
  • Healthy grieving
  • A group of personal reflection, assessment, and sharing of individual progress made by clients during their recovery to date. Clients are expected to share where they come from, where they have progressed to in recovery and their future goals for living a sober lifestyle. Clients are asked to respond to the question, “Why Am I Here today, and what do I hope to gain from this treatment?”

The purpose groups challenge old ways of thinking and supports newer, healthier goals. CTC provides encouragement for clients to embrace their new purpose in recovery. Evidence based practices, such as Thinking for a Change, teach clients how to change~ people, places, and things.

CTC provides a certified HIV educational course to each client. Our HIV specialist will discuss the disease and negative repercussions associated with HIV/AIDS. All clients are given an opportunity to privately discuss any questions or concerns regarding HIV/AIDS. CTC conducts an HIV test on-site upon request. The test is confidential and voluntary.

  •  A group focused on discussion and education on the dynamics of long term recovery, various models for instituting changes in positive direction to facilitate a healthy recovery, and the role of understanding and identifying personal triggers, high risk situations that lead to relapse in a program of long term recovery.

Within these groups, CTC conducts role-play situations to practice their ability to fight temptations and exercise appropriate communications skills to avoid opportunities of relapse. Each client is required to develop a relapse prevention plan and is instructed to revise and update every three months.

  • A group that provides education on the family dynamics of addiction, the problems that arise for both parents and children during the process, and options for repairing the damage during recovery using approved and recognized healthy parenting skills, and various family recovery options available in the community. The group is mandatory for all clients with children under the age of 18 years; however, attendance is open to all clients on a voluntary basis.

CTC requires each client to meet with their primary counselor on a bi-weekly basis. Additional individual counseling is available upon request. The intention behind individual counseling is to empower the individual and encourage authentic self-worth. Counseling will support the client in crafting goals strategically to implement an action plan towards successful recovery.

LEVEL II INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

CTC offers Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) substance abuse treatment for individuals who are court ordered to treatment, or for personal or professional limitations prohibiting residential treatment.

Each client is screened for the appropriate placement into treatment. A comprehensive psychosocial evaluation is conducted with a qualified counselor.

CTC provides a therapeutic environment consisting of regularly schedule groups for a minimum of nine hours per week. This gives the clients the opportunity to remain in their own environment and retain their employment.

LEVEL I OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT

Any person seeking substance abuse treatment from criminal charges; Driving under the Influence (DUI) must first contact the Florida Safety Council, then select CTC as their substance abuse treatment provider. Groups are held in 3 locations in Brevard County; Cocoa, Titusville, and Melbourne. Groups are held once a week for 1.5 hours.

Each client is screened for the appropriate placement into treatment. A comprehensive psychosocial evaluation is conducted with a qualified counselor.

CTC assists each client to comply with their criminal justice requirements for probation, DUI requirements, or to obtain and maintain their driver’s license.

FEE SCHEDULE

Community Treatment Center provides Level III Residential Substance Abuse Treatment, Level II Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program & Level I Outpatient Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Services. Each client is informed of their financial responsibility upon admission and screening for treatment services.

Each client is expected to pay $125.00 per week for room, board, and treatment in the 6 month- one year program.

Please call for rates:
30 days, 60 days and 90 days.

Each client who enters IOP is expected to pay $45.00 per initial assessment, $15.00 per group (3 times a week) and $30.00 for each individual session. Each client will pay $15.00 for random drug screening; $10 for breathalyzer.

Each client who enters Outpatient Treatment Services is expected to pay $45.00 for their initial evaluation and $25.00 per group (once a week). Each client will pay $25.00 for random drug screening; $10 for breathalyzer.

Our organization strives to provide quality treatment services at an affordable cost to our community.

Our organization also provides Clinical Substance abuse evaluations at a cost of $275.00