GFM The 
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Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

Are you or a loved one struggling with alcohol or other drugs?

Call our office today at (269) 323-1954 to schedule an Assessment!

Most Insurance Accepted!

You will have an expert addiction counselor at your side every step of the way. Our personalized approach ensures your treatment plan addresses your specific needs day-to-day and week-to-week. You will work closely with your counselor to determine the sessions you will participate in each week based on clinical milestones. Core treatment activities include:

  • Individual therapy
  • Educational lectures
  • Group therapy
  • Special-focus groups (women, men, older adults, teens, young adults)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am to 12 pm.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (also known as IOP for "Intensive Outpatient Program") is a primary treatment program recommended in some circumstances by a clinical and medical assessment. IOP may be recommended for those who do not need medically-supervised detox. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery on a part-time yet intensive schedule, designed to accommodate work and family life. 

GFMSC's Life Line to Recovery Program is an Intensive Outpatient Program using an evidenced based treatment- Matrix Model. IOP is flexible daytime or evening scheduling, our IOP meets three times a week for three-hour sessions, but decreases in frequency as clinical milestones are met With intensive outpatient rehab, you have the support of your therapist and peer recovery coach as you navigate the everyday challenges of early recovery.

Relapse Prevention

Thursday from 9 am to 12 noon
This group meets every Thursday from 9 am to 12 noon.They focus on the idea that relapse is a predictable, nonrandom event that is obvious to the therapist and other clients. The goal of these groups is to educate the client and identify the signs of relapse early so it can be prevented.

 Topics involve:

  • Shame, guilt, and resentment.
  • Finding appropriate uses of time.
  • Measures to build motivation.
  • Identifying triggers of relapse.
  • Building self-monitoring skills while downplaying the role of willpower.

Co-Occuring Counseling

Individual Drug and Alcohol Counseling/Mental Health Care

Mental health issues such as anxiety, trauma, or depression are often diagnosed along with addiction. Addressing any co-occurring mental health issues in conjunction with treatment for a substance use disorder is necessary. Outpatient mental health care may include:

  • Mental health assessments
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Psychiatric consultation
  • Family therapy