Co-Occurring Resources

Partner Resources

Hazelden

Curricula

Hazelden’s evidence-based curricula give professionals step-by-step guidance in evolving their organizations into fully integrated care providers. Hazelden has teamed with the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center (PRC) to publish comprehensive, user-friendly programs for the integrated treatment of co-occurring disorders.
  • Co-occurring Disorders Program (CDP) Developed by faculty from the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, this evidence-based program manualizes the most current, researched practices.
  • Severe Mental Illness (SMI)
  • Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT) This expanded, manualized program effectively teaches clinical skills and offers the necessary guidance to align the work of departments and transform agencies into integrated care providers.
  • The IDDT Recovery Life Skills Program A flexible, 18-module group curriculum that moves from traditional relapse-prevention topics to developing the life skills to build and maintain a healthy recovery life plan.
  • Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) The core treatment and continuing care component of the SMI line is designed to help clients identify personal recovery goals and develop self-management skills through education and training.
  • Housing First A step-by-step manual provides a solid foundation for implementing the evidence-based Pathways Model to End Homelessness for those with mental illness and addiction.
  • Supported Employment A user-friendly manual gives professionals the knowledge and tools to apply the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model to help clients compete in the workforce.
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSDThis manualized curriculum helps addiction professionals use CBT with clients who have PTSD and addiction.
  • Multimedia Resources Hazelden publishes videos, books, and other resources for professional and client education, including the DVD A Guide for Living with PTSD and Robert E. Drake’s DVD and manual Treating Co-occurring Disorders.
  • Online Courses Hazelden offers a range of distance learning opportunities for professionals interested in skill building and earning CE hours, including the course Integrating Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders: An Introduction to What Every Addiction Counselor Needs to Know by Hazelden and NAADAC. Focus on Integrated Treatment (FIT) is a cost-effective, interactive, 35-module online training program that helps you develop the skills to take an integrated approach to treating clients’ co-occurring disorders. CEs can be applied to the CCDP and CCDPD credentials.
  • Webinars Hazelden offers a variety of free online webinars—both live and recorded—presented by the researchers and authors of such premier programs as the Co-occurring Disorders Program and Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment. CEs can be earned by taking the learning assessment available for some webinars.
  • Trainings Trainings delivered by certified trainers are available to help organizations implement Hazelden’s evidence-based curricula with confidence and fidelity.

Dartmouth PRC

  • Dartmouth PRC’s research programs incorporate multiple scientific perspectives, such as clinical, economic, and ethnographic. The PRC works with efficacy and services researchers to address the needs of multiple stakeholders through effectiveness research in routine practice settings.
  • Shared Decision Making Resources: Shared decision making in medicine is a process by which patients and providers consider outcome probabilities and patient preferences and reach a health care decision based on mutual agreement.
  • Dartmouth PRC-Hazelden Publishing Partnership Resources: Together, Hazelden and the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, via their joint publishing imprint, are committed to providing comprehensive programs and evidence-based tools for helping people identify their disorders, get the help they need, and sustain healthy, fulfilling lives. Resources published under the imprint, include curricula, books, multimedia tools, and staff-development trainings.
  • Screen for Co-occurring Disorders: The purpose of screening is designed to accurately identify individuals who may have a co-occurring disorder. Each of these recommended screening tools has shown good reliability and validity and is proven to have a high degree of accuracy in predicting who may need further assessment and treatment.

NAADAC

  • Integrating Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders An Introduction to What Every Addiction Counselor Needs to Know This skill-based training program, designed for those who do not have a significant background with co-occurring disorders, will help addiction counselors improve their ability to assist clients who have co-occurring disorders, within their scope of practice. The program introduces the integrated model of mental health and addiction treatment services and outlines how to utilize current substance abuse treatment best practices when working with this population.

NATIONAL COUNCIL

SAMHSA

  • This SAMHSA brochure (PDF) surveys the research literature on integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders, includes the article “Implementing Dual Diagnosis Services for Clients With Severe Mental Illness” (Drake et al., 2001), and provides a bibliography of other key evidence-based integrated treatment practices.

WESTBRIDGE

  • Westbridge offers a variety of helpful links to essential reading in the field of co-occurring disorders and integrated treatment, including whitepapers, publications, and a suggested reading list.
 

Integrated Treatment Directory

Finding a treatment program that effectively treats co-occurring disorders with evidence-based integrated treatment can be a challenge. The generic terms “integrated” and even ”treatment for dual diagnoses” are feel-good rhetoric, but lack specificity and objectivity.

Several objective measures of a program’s ability to provide co-occurring services are in use today, including the IDDT Fidelity Scale and the COMPASS-EZ. The most common assessment tools, however, are the DDCAT (Dual Diagnosis Capability in Addiction Treatment) and DDCMHT (Dual Diagnosis Capability in Mental Health Treatment) indices, which are used in over 30 states and endorsed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This directory is a partial directory of programs around the country that have been assessed as DDC (Dual Diagnosis Capable) or DDE (Dual Diagnosis Enhanced) using the DDCAT or DDCMHT tools.

If you don’t find an integrated treatment center in your area, please contact your state’s Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse Services, or Behavioral Health. The programs listed in this directory represent, so far, only a small fraction of the qualified integrated treatment programs across the country. We will regularly add to this directory as we learn of additional programs; if your program has been assessed by a qualified external assessor, please contact the administrator of this site: kmcelfresh@hazelden.org

Please bear in mind that this directory is intended to be a resource, not a guarantee of a program’s services. Most programs evolve over time; in general, the more recent an assessment, the more reliable its current classification.

 
 

Arkansas

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Recovery Centers of Arkansas Riverbend Little Rock 501-372-4611     Inpatient Adults
Recovery Centers of Arkansas Williamsburg Little Rock 501-372-4611     Inpatient/Outpatient Adults
Recovery Centers of Arkansas Oasis Renewal Center Little Rock 501-376-2747   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults

California

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Prototypes   Pomona 909-624-1233 April-10 DDC/DDE Day, OP, IOP, Residential (Women, Women w/ children) Men, Women, Children
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System Women’s Treatment Program Los Angeles   March-12 DDC Outpatient Women
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System Community Assessment Service Center Los Angeles   March-12 DDC Assessment and Referral Adults
Pacific Clinics Pasadena 626-403-2794 April-10 DDE Outpatient Adults
Telecare TAO Adult Mental Health Services Anaheim 714-226-9888 July-10 DDC Outpatient Mental Health Adults
Phoenix House Santa Ana 714-953-9373 July-10 DDC Residential Addiction Treatment Adults
Orange County Health Care Agency Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) – West Region Westminster 714-896-7581 October-10 DDC Outpatient Mental Health Adults
Orange County Health Care Agency Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) – North Region Fullerton 714-447-7000 September-10 DDC Outpatient Mental Health Adults
Orange County Health Care Agency Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) – South Region Mission Viejo 949-643-6930 August-10 DDC Outpatient Mental Health Adults

Connecticut

Historically, Connecticut has assessed its mental health programs using the IDDT fidelity scale rather than the DDCMHT, so those programs are not listed here. However, many CT mental health programs are fully capable of delivering evidence-based integrated treatment. For more information or a referral, please contact Julienne Giard at (860) 418-6946.

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
ADRC Intensive Residential Hartford 860-714-3739 May-09 DDC Residential/ Inpatient Adults
ADRC Outpatient/IOP Hartford 860-714-3704 May-09 DDC Outpatient/ IOP Adults
APT Foundation Access New Haven 203-781-4357 May-09 DDC Outpatient Adults
APT Foundation Orchard New Haven 203-781-4357 May-09 DDC Opioid Treatment Adults
APT Foundation Park Hill New Haven 203-781-4357 May-09 DDC Opioid Treatment Adults
Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc. (CCC) Norwalk Methadone Maintenance Norwalk 203-838-6508 June-11 DDC Opioid Treatment Adults with opioid dependence
Connecticut Valley Hospital (CVH) Blue Hills Hospital- Substance Abuse Division Hartford 860-293-6400 June-11 DDC Residential/ Inpatient Adults
Connecticut Valley Hospital (CVH) STAR Program Middletown 860-262-5000 July-11 DDC Residential/ Inpatient Adult women
Connecticut Valley Hospital (CVH) Men’s Rehabilitation Unit Middletown 860-262-5000 June-12 DDC Residential/ Inpatient Adult men
CT Renaissance McAuliffe Co-Occurring Center Waterbury 203-346-1931 June-12 DDE Residential/ Inpatient Adult males with co-occurring disorders
Wellmore OP/IOP Waterbury 203-755-1143 May-09 DDE Outpatient/ IOP Adults
Perception Programs New Perceptions Willimantic 860-450-0151 May-09 DDE Outpatient/ IOP Adults
Perception Programs Perception House Willimantic 860-450-7130 May-09 DDE Residential Treatment Adults
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) Center for Human Services Stratford 203-386-8802 June-11 DDC Opioid Treatment Adults with opioid dependence
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) Kinsella Treatment Center Bridgeport 203-335-2173 June-11 DDC Opioid Treatment Adults with opioid dependence
Recovery Network of Programs (RNP) New Prospects Bridgeport 203-610-6252 February-12 DDE Residential/ Inpatient Adults with co-occurring disorders
Rushford Intensive Treatment Program Middletown 1-888-203-2916 June-11 DDC Intensive Residential Adults
Rushford Dual Dx Intensive OP Middletown 1-888-203-2916 June-11 DDC Intensive Outpatient Adults
SCADD Intermediate/Long Term Residential Treatment Lebanon 860-889-1717 August-2012 DDC Residential Adults
Liberation Programs Inc. Intermediate /Long Term Residential Treatment Stamford 203-356-1980 September-2012 DDC Residential Adults

Delaware

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Delaware Women’s Substance Abuse Residential Delaware City 877-505-4673 December-09 DDC Residential Adult Women
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Delaware Men’s Substance Abuse Residential Delaware City 877-505-4673 December-09 DDC Residential Adult Men
DE Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health Wilmington Community Mental Health Center Wilmington 302-778-6900 September-11 DDC OPT Adults
DE Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health Kent Community Mental Health Center Dover (302) 857-5000 September-11 MHOS/DDC OPT Adults
DE Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health Sussex Community Mental Health Center Georgetown (302) 856-5490 September-11 DDC OPT Adults
Horizon House The ECHO Center at Newark Newark 302-266-ECHO (3246) March-12 DDC/DDE OPT Adults
Horizon House The ECHO Center at Middletown Middletown 302-449-ECHO (3246) February-12 DDC/DDE OPT Adults
Brandywine Counseling & Community Services Alpha Center Wilmington 302-472-0381 June-12 DDC/DDE OPT Adults
Brandywine Counseling & Community Services Newark Center Newark 302-454-3020 March-12 DDC/DDE OPT Adults
Connections Community Support Services Dover Site Dover 866-477-5345 April-12 DDC/DDE OPT Adults
Fellowship Health Resources The Counseling Center Georgetown 302-854-0626 June-12 DDC OPT Adults
SODAT Delaware, Inc. SODAT Delaware, Inc. Wilmington 302-656-4044 December-12 DDC OPT Adults
Kent Sussex Counseling Services Dover-Main Site Dover 302-735-7790 September-12 DDC OPT Adults
Kent Sussex Counseling Services Georgetown-Satellite Georgetown 302-854-0172 September-12 DDC OPT Adults
Kent Sussex Counseling Services Laurel-Satellite Laurel 302-854-0172 September-12 DDC OPT Adults
Thresholds Thresholds Georgetown 302-856-1835 September-12 AOS/DDC OPT Adults

Illinois

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Aurora Women’s Substance Abuse Residential Aurora 877-505-4673 October-09 DDC/DDE Residential Adult Women
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Aurora Men’s Substance Abuse Residential Aurora 877-505-4673 October-09 DDC/DDE Residential Adult Men
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Aurora Adult Substance Abuse Outpatient Aurora 877-505-4673 November-09 DDC/DDE Intensive Outpatient Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Aurora Adult Mental Health Outpatient Aurora 877-505-4673 November-09 DDC/DDE Outpatient Mental Health Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Carbondale Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Carbondale 877-505-4673 June-11 DDC Residential Adolescent Boys and Girls
Gateway Foundation Gateway-Caseyville Adult Substance Abuse Residential Caseyville 877-505-4673 November-09 DDC Residential Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway Chicago-West Adult Substance Abuse Residential Chicago 877-505-4673 December-09 DDC Residential Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway Chicago-West Adult Substance Abuse Residential L-STAR Program Chicago 877-505-4673 December-09 DDE Residential Adults with Co-Occurring Disorders only
Gateway Foundation Gateway Chicago-West Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Chicago 877-505-4673 December-09 DDC Residential Adolescent Boys
Gateway Foundation Gateway Lake Villa Adult Substance Abuse Residential Lake Villa 877-505-4673 May-11 DDC Residential Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway Lake Villa Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Lake Villa 877-505-4673 May-11 DDC Residential Adolescent Boys
Gateway Foundation Gateway Springfield Adult Substance Abuse Residential Springfield 877-505-4673 November-09 DDC Residential Adults
Gateway Foundation Gateway Springfield Adolescent Substance Abuse Residential Springfield 877-505-4673 May-11 DDC/DDE Residential Adolescent Boys

Kentucky

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Four Rivers Behavioral Health Four Rivers Center for Adult Services Paducah 270-442-7121 October-11 DDC Outpatient Adults
Seven Counties Services Center for Supported Living Louisville 502-589-4313 April-11 DDC Outpatient Adults

Maryland

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
MD Mosaic Community Services Outpatient Mental Health Clinic and Rehabilitation Program Timonium 410-453-9553 x1107 September-11 DDC/DDE Outpatient mental health and addiction treatment services Adult men and women

Michigan

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
NA Women’s Treatment Program NA NA April-10 DDC/DDE Day, OP, IOP, Residential (Women, Women w/ children) Women, Children
Michigan Department of Community Health Clinton, Eaton, Ingham Community Mental Health, ACT Team – Lansing Lansing 517-347-8200 June-12 MHO/DDC (2.3) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Clinton, Eaton, Ingham Community Mental Health, Adult Mental Health/Case Management – Lansing Lansing 517-347-8200 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.97) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Clinton, Eaton, Ingham Community Mental Health, Eaton Counseling Center Charlotte 517-584-5100 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.78) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Clinton Counseling Center, Macomb County Community Mental Health Mt. Clemons 586-468-2266 February-12 MHO/DDC (2.85) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Training and Treatment Innovations, Mcomb County Community Mental Health Sterling Heights 586-939-4374 February-12 MHO/DDC (2.93) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Holland Multidisciplinary Treatment Team, Community Mental Health Ottawa County Holland 616-393-5698 January-12 MHO/DDC (2.90) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Porter Street Homeless Recovery Team Program, Southwest Counseling Solutions Detroit 313-963-5784 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.7) OP Homeless Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health ACT Team/Program Soutwest, Counseling Solutions Detroit 313-963-5784 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.8) ACT Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Porter Street TT Team/Program, Southwest Counseling Solutions Detroit 313-963-5784 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.5) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Adult Outpatient Team Program, Southwest Counseling Solutions Detroit 313-963-5784 May-12 MHO/DDC (2.5) OP Adults
Michigan Department of Community Health Lincoln Behavioral Services Redford 313-450-4500 August-13 DDC/DDE OP Adults

Missouri

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
BJC Behavioral Health Central Site Saint Louis 314-223-3082 May-10 DDC Outpatient Adults
Bootheel Counseling Services Main Office Sikeston 573-471-0800 August-11 DDC Outpatient Adults
COMTREA Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center Festus 636.376.0079 ext. 1319 March-10 DDC
Family Counseling Center of Missouri-Cedar Ridge Adult Mens Treatment Center Columbia 573-443-2204 December-12 DDC Residential, Outpatient Men
Gibson Recovery Center Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Cape Girardeau 573-332-0416 October-09 DDC Residential, Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Day Adults (Residential Men only)
Ozark Center-New Directions Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Center Joplin 417-347-7600 September-09 DDE Outpatient Adults
Places for People Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center Program Saint Louis 314-535-5600 January-11 DDC Outpatient Supported Recovery Adults
Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Center Park Hills 573-431-0554 December-11 DDC Primary Residential Adults, inc. Drug Court/DWI, Corrections
Preferred Family Healthcare Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center Program Hannibal 573-248-3811 January-12 DDC Outpatient, Day Adults (severe & persistent MI)

Pennsylvania

Historically, Pennsylvania has assessed its mental health and substance abuse programs using the IDDT fidelity sale, rather than the DDCAT or DDCMHT, so those programs are not listed in this directory.  However, many Pennsylvania mental health programs are fully capable of delivering evidence-based integrated treatment.  For more information or a referral, please contact Dotti J. Farr at djfarr@co.bucks.pa.us

TENNESSEE

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Hohenwald 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Hohenwald 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Hohenwald 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Hohenwald 800-447-2766   DDC IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Hohenwald 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Lewisburg 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Lewisburg 800-447-2766   DDC IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Lewisburg 800-447-2766   DDC IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Gallatin 800-447-2766   DDC IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Nashville 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Clarksville 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Buffalo Valley, Inc. Buffalo Valley, Inc. Castalian Spring 800-447-2766   DDC IP, IOP, OP Adults
Melody Morris Ridgeview Behavioral Health/S.T.O.P. Program Oakridge 865-482-1076   DDC OP Adults
Samaritan Recovery Community, Inc. Samaritan Recovery Community, Inc. Nashville 615-244-4802 Annually DDC IP, IOP, 1/2 Way Hs Adults, Men and Women
E. M. Jellinek Center, Inc. Frank G. Kolinsky Treatment Center and Men’s Halfway House Programs Knoxville 865-525-4627   DDC IP, HWH Adult Males
Innovative Counseling & Consulting, Inc. Innovative Counseling & Consulting, Inc. Memphis 901-276-0220 09-01-11 DDC IOP, OP Adults & Youth
Meharry Medical College-Elam Mental Health Center Adolescent Co-Occurring Disorders Intensive Outpatient/Day Treatment Program Nashville 615-327-6704     IOP Youths
Rev. Dr. Jane Abraham LCSW LADAC ADS The Healing Arts Research Training Center, LLC Memphis 901 726-4213 Annually DDC IOP, OP Adults, All Genders
Centerstone Co-occurring Madison 888-291-4357   DDE IOP Adults
Centerstone Co-occurring Clarksville 888-291-4357   DDE IOP Adults
Centerstone Adolescent Day Treatment Tullahoma 888-291-4357   DDC IOP Youth
Centerstone Treatment Empowerment And Meaningful Recovery (TEAM) Estill Springs 888-291-4357   DDC IOP Adults
Peninsula, A Division of Parkwest Adult Intensive Outpatient Knoxville 865-970-9800   DDE IOP Adults over 18
Peninsula, A Division of Parkwest Women In Treatment Knoxville 865-970-9800   DDE IOP Adults over 18
Peninsula, A Division of Parkwest Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Knoxville 865-970-9800   DDE IOP Youth 13 -17
Child & Family Tennessee Outpatient Therapy Center Knoxville Knoxville 865-524-7483 ext. 124 December 2012 (completed Annually) DDC IOP and OP Adults, Youth, Women and Men
Child & Family Tennessee Blount County Outpatient Therapy Center Maryville 865-524-7483 ext. 124 December 2012 (completed Annually) DDC IOP and OP Adults, Youth, Women and Men
Child & Family Tennessee Campbell County Therapy Center Jacksboro 865-524-7483 ext. 124 December 2012 (completed Annually) DDC IOP and OP Women only
Child & Family Tennessee Great Starts Knoxville 865-524-7483 ext. 124 December 2012 (completed Annually) DDC IOP and OP Women and their children only
Child & Family Tennessee New Beginnings for Families Knoxville 865-524-7483 ext. 124 December 2012 (completed Annually) DDC In-home, evidence based intensive substance abuse treatment Families
Urban Family Ministries Continuum of Care Memphis 901-552-3766 M-F DDC IOP, OP Adults
Urban Family Ministries Addiction Recovry Program Memphis 901-552-3766 M-F DDC IP Adults
Urban Family Ministries Tennessee Department of Corrections / Community Treatment Collaborative Memphis 901-552-3766 M-F DDC IOP, OP Adutlts
Urban Family Ministries Supervised Probation Offender Treatment Program Memphis 901-552-3766 M-F DDC IOP, OP Adults
Urban Family Ministries Women Recovery Oriented Services Memphis 901-552-3766 M-F DDC IOP, OP Women only
Mending Hearts, Inc.   Nashville 615-385-1696   DDC IP, IOP, OP, HWH, Transitional Living, Moms with Kids Adult Women
Park Center Park Center East Nashville 615-242-3576   DDC/DDE/MHOS/AOS OP/IOP Adults

Virginia

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board Over 40 treatment programs throughout the region with centralized screening and referral Various; call for referral Entry and referral: 703-383-8500, TTY: 711 DDC/DDE DDC Services: Engagement, Assessment and Referral, Acute Services, Outpatient, Day Treatment, Residential Treatment, Therapeutic Residential, Intensive Community Treatment.

DDE Services: Outpatient, Day Treatment, Residential Treatment, Therapeutic Residential, Intensive Community Treatment.

Washington

Agency Program Location Phone Assessment Date Classification Level of Care Populations Served
Daybreak Youth Services Spokane (509) 624-3227 August-09 DDC/DDE Inpatient, Outpatient Teens
Forks Community Hospital West End Outreach Services Forks (360) 374-5011 May-10 DDC Outpatient Adolescents, Women
We have not identified any integrated treatment programs in this state yet, so please check back. In the meantime, please contact your state’s Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse Services, or Behavioral Health for a referral.