- Yes. We have counselors who know what you're going through, not just from an education/training standpoint, but from experience, and they are more than willing and able to help.
Referral Services only
Not at this time. Most services are offered via zoom.
- Clients can be referred one (1) of three (3) ways:
1. Email: Client’s referral source may complete and email a copy of the DTOC Referral Form provided on the Forms page before client’s arrival for client’s intake assessment.
2. Fax: Client’s referral source may complete and fax a copy of the DTOC Referral Form provided on the “Forms” page before client’s arrival for client’s intake assessment.
3. Phone: Client or Referring source may make an appointment by phone and complete intake and assessment in-person upon arrival.
Client's referral sources are updated on client's progress upon request.
- Ideally 3 months based upon client's participation.
- This time-frame does not include after-care which is based upon client's need and preference.
- The A&D Program is free for clients who are indigent and meet the program criteria.
A Sliding Scale fee is available.
- Yes. We provide an aftercare program for our clients for extended recovery support and relapse prevention support.
- Yes, The adolescent A&D program is for persons 13-18 years of age and the Adult A&D program is for persons 18 years of age and up.
- No. Referral Services only
- DTOC offers Outpatient services.
Halfway House services and Transitional Hosing services referral services are available upon request.
- Adhere to individualized program plan set at intake assessment.
- If client does not complete the A&D program before departure, client may not receive a Certificate of Complete, however, client and client's referral source (if any) will be given a copy of client's progress up to client's departure date.
- ID, Insurance card (if you have any), DTOC and/or State Agency Referral Form, and a positive attitude
- Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Aftercare, and Transitional & Halfway Housing referral