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  • Alcohol Detoxification (11)
    RX-1700.0500

    Alcohol Detoxification

    RX-1700.0500

    Programs that provide assistance and support for individuals who are physically dependent on alcohol during the alcohol withdrawal period (usually three to seven days).
  • Central Intake/Assessment for Substance Use Disorders (3)
    RX-0400.1500

    Central Intake/Assessment for Substance Use Disorders

    RX-0400.1500

    Programs that serve as gatekeeper agencies which evaluate individuals who are in need of services related to an alcohol or other drug use disorder and triage them for the limited number of subsidized beds that may be available in the community. Some programs may also offer medical detoxification services for people who need them.
  • Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment (56)
    RX-8450.1150

    Comprehensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment

    RX-8450.1150

    Supervised, structured programs that offer a wide range of outpatient services which may be coordinated by a case manager and may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and supportive services (such as child care, transportation and parenting skills development) for individuals who have problems related to excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs and need access to treatment to maintain their individual recovery plans but do not require the intensity of a day treatment program or 24-hour hospital care. Participants attend the program on a regularly scheduled basis at least once a month but usually more frequently depending on their individual needs. Intensive outpatient programs are usually available three or four days per week for three or four hours per day.
  • Drug Detoxification (15)
    RX-1700.1700

    Drug Detoxification

    RX-1700.1700

    Programs that provide assistance and support for individuals who exhibit pharmacological and other indicators of a drug use disorder (including those related to prescription medication), during the withdrawal period.
  • Drug Related Harm Reduction Programs (1)
    RX-8470.1900

    Drug Related Harm Reduction Programs

    RX-8470.1900

    Programs whose objectives are to protect people from the potentially deadly effects of the drugs they use, reduce HIV risk, increase access to treatment services and reduce public drug use and improper disposal of hypodermic needles and syringes.
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing (11)
    RX-0400.1850

    Drug/Alcohol Testing

    RX-0400.1850

    Programs that administer blood, urine or breath tests or utilize other screening techniques to determine whether an individual has alcohol or other drugs in his or her system and to identify the substance involved. Sweat, saliva, tears and hair can also be analyzed for the same purpose.
  • Drug/Alcohol Use Self Evaluation Tools (2)
    RX-0400.1855

    Drug/Alcohol Use Self Evaluation Tools

    RX-0400.1855

    Programs that offer simple tests that people who are concerned about their use of alcohol and/or other drugs can take to learn more about their symptoms and ways of coping with them. Individuals being screened generally have an opportunity to see a film and/or hear a talk about the causes, symptoms and treatment of specific substance use disorders; complete a screening questionnaire; and talk about the results with a health care professional. People who test positively are encouraged to seek further evaluation and, potentially, treatment. Most substance use disorder screenings are confidential and available at no cost. Substance use disorder screenings may also be available by telephone or online.
  • Dual Diagnosis (11)
    YF-5000.2100

    Dual Diagnosis

    YF-5000.2100

    A condition in which individuals have a diagnosed mental illness that interferes with their functioning in a substantial way in combination with a developmental disability. "Dual Diagnosis" was previously used in the U.S. to describe individuals with a combination of a diagnosed mental illness and a substance use disorder, and is seen by many as a synonym for "Co-Occurring Disorders" (YF-5000.1515).
  • DUI Offender Programs (4)
    RX-1750

    DUI Offender Programs

    RX-1750

    Programs that provide mandated educational, treatment and/or other services for individuals who have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs including prescription drugs and ordered by the court to seek assistance as part of state efforts to enforce DUI laws. Some DUI offender programs also include families.
  • General Assessment for Substance Use Disorders (24)
    RX-0400.2500

    General Assessment for Substance Use Disorders

    RX-0400.2500

    Programs that evaluate individuals who may have a drug and/or alcohol use disorder to determine the nature and extent of the problem; and which may make a recommendation regarding treatment or may refer the individual to a specific program. The service does not include a centralized triage function within the community or a formal relationship with the courts.
  • Inpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (4)
    RX-8450.3300

    Inpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.3300

    Health care facilities that provide structured treatment programs and support services in the context of a 24-hour, supervised environment for individuals who have problems related to excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs. Included are hospitals that are totally devoted to treatment for substance use disorders and programs within general inpatient health care facilities.
  • Integrated Care for Opioid Use Disorders (1)
    RX-8450.3700

    Integrated Care for Opioid Use Disorders

    RX-8450.3700

    Programs that integrate medication assisted treatment (MAT) for people with opioid use disorders into primary care settings as a way to expand access to appropriate prevention, treatment, recovery and wellness services for this condition. The goal of these programs is to help clients get a full continuum of care incorporating their primary medical and mental health providers as part of the larger substance use disorder treatment plan under a single program while still providing MAT services. Common components of existing care models include pharmacotherapy with buprenorphine or naltrexone, provider and community education, coordination and integration of opioid use disorder treatment with other medical and psychological needs, and psychosocial services and interventions. Models vary in how each component is implemented.
  • Integrated Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment (17)
    RP-6400.8000-330

    Integrated Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment

    RP-6400.8000-330

    Programs that provide coordinated treatment services for individuals who have a diagnosed mental illness which interferes with their functioning in a substantial way in combination with a substance use disorder that aggravates their ability to become stabilized or recover. Both psychiatric and substance use disorder treatment are provided at the same time, at the same place and by the same multidisciplinary team or a single provider trained and competent in co-occurring disorders. The approach seeks to treat the whole person instead of looking only at one issue at a time; mental illnesses and substance use disorders are seen as intertwined, not separate.
  • Medication Assisted Maintenance Treatment for Substance Use Disorders (6)
    RX-8450.5000

    Medication Assisted Maintenance Treatment for Substance Use Disorders

    RX-8450.5000

    Programs that provide treatment which includes approved medication (e.g., methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, antabuse) to support the efforts of individuals with an opioid or alcohol use disorder to abstain from or reduce their use of opioids (usually heroin or painkillers such as oxycontin or morphine) or alcohol. The extended-release, injectable form of naltrexone (Vivitrol) may also be used. The objective of maintenance is to gradually reduce the amount of the substitute drug that is required in order to reduce and, if possible, eventually eliminate dependency altogether. Medication assisted maintenance treatment (MAT) may be provided in an outpatient treatment program (OTP) or OTP unit such as a pharmacy or physician's office, or for buprenorphine products (Bunavail, Suboxone, Subutex, Zubslov), a physician's office or other health care setting. Methadone maintenance treatment is provided in a clinic. It is recommended that medication assisted maintenance treatment be provided in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies.
  • Perinatal Substance Use Disorder Treatment (9)
    RX-8450.6600

    Perinatal Substance Use Disorder Treatment

    RX-8450.6600

    Programs that provide comprehensive treatment services on a residential, outpatient or day treatment basis for pregnant women who have a substance use disorder, women who are parenting children, generally age three or younger, and/or women who have babies who were exposed to drugs and/or alcohol during pregnancy. Services may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, life skills training, primary health care, perinatal health care, HIV testing and counseling, AIDS prevention, a program for family members, relapse prevention services, a continuing care program and a wide array of supportive services such as child care, transportation and parenting skills development. The objective of the program is to help these women restructure their lives so that they can handle their parenting responsibilities as well as remain alcohol and/or drug free.
  • Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses (6)
    RX-8500.6500

    Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses

    RX-8500.6500

    Community-based, peer-group-oriented, residential facilities that provide food, shelter and recovery services in a supportive, non-drinking, drug-free environment for people who have completed a hospital or residential substance use disorder rehabilitation program and need continued support in a residential setting to sustain their recovery. Services may include case management, relapse prevention counseling, 12-step meetings, educational and vocational planning, recreational activities and assistance in obtaining health, social, vocational and other services available in the community. Residents are expected to abide by house rules which vary from facility to facility. The objective is to help people who are recovering from an alcohol and/or other drug use disorder bridge the gap between intensive treatment and independent sober living.
  • Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities (41)
    RX-8450.7000

    Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities

    RX-8450.7000

    Community based residential facilities that provide treatment services in the context of a 24-hour, supervised drug and alcohol-free environment for people who have problems related to excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs
  • Smoking/Vaping Cessation (3)
    RX-8450.7900

    Smoking/Vaping Cessation

    RX-8450.7900

    Programs that utilize one or a variety of techniques including aversion therapy, hypnosis, acupuncture, acupressure, and individual and/or group therapy or mutual support groups to help people who wish to control their dependence on nicotine and give up regular cigarettes, e-cigarettes (vaping), cigars, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff or other substances containing nicotine. Included are smoking "quitlines" which provide information and counseling about tobacco use for people who prefer a telephone-based service. While some people tout e-cigarettes as a way to give up smoking regular cigarettes, mounting evidence shows that teens and young adults who use e-cigarettes are far more likely to end up smoking traditional cigarettes one year later.
  • Smoking/Vaping Cessation Support (7)
    RX-8470.8100

    Smoking/Vaping Cessation Support

    RX-8470.8100

    Programs that provide support which helps people who have quit smoking and/or vaping sustain their commitment during the period of time following treatment when the urge to smoke or vape is still strong.
  • Sober Living Homes (9)
    RX-8500.8000

    Sober Living Homes

    RX-8500.8000

    Alcohol and other drug-free residences (which may be single family dwellings, duplexes, multiplex apartment buildings or communal residential facilities) for people who are recovering from an alcohol and/or other drug use disorder and need a sober environment in order to sustain an abstinent lifestyle. Residents are free to organize and participate in support group meetings or any other activity that helps them maintain sobriety, but neither the homes nor the residents provide treatment, recovery, detoxification services or other supportive services; and supervision of individual recovery is not provided. Because they provide no services, sober living homes do not require a license but are generally subject to landlord/tenant laws.
  • Substance Use Disorder Counseling (45)
    RX-8450.8000

    Substance Use Disorder Counseling

    RX-8450.8000

    Programs that provide individual, group or family therapy for individuals who have problems related to the excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs (and/or for their families) to help them better understand the nature of the disorder and support recovery efforts.
  • Substance Use Disorder Crisis Intervention (3)
    RX-8470.8200

    Substance Use Disorder Crisis Intervention

    RX-8470.8200

    Programs that provide in-person immediate response services for people who are in life-threatening situations due to a drug overdose or acute intoxication. Included are 24-hour facilities which have emergency intake capabilities and organizations that have mobile units which allow staff to intervene directly at the scene.
  • Substance Use Disorder Day Treatment (6)
    RX-8450.8100

    Substance Use Disorder Day Treatment

    RX-8450.8100

    Programs that provide supervised, structured, full-day daytime activities which may include individual and group counseling, 12-step meetings, social and recreational activities, educational and vocational services, a program for family members, relapse prevention services and a continuing care program for individuals who have disorders related to excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs, need treatment that is more intensive than an outpatient program but do not require 24-hour hospital care, and are currently drug and/or alcohol free. Most participants attend day treatment programs eight hours per day, Monday through Friday with part-day sessions on the weekends (though some programs are available as little as five hours per day or as long as 12 hours per day).
  • Substance Use Disorder Drop In Programs (4)
    RX-8470.8250

    Substance Use Disorder Drop In Programs

    RX-8470.8250

    Programs based on a harm reduction model that provide a safe and supportive environment which allows individuals who use drugs and/or alcohol to drop in and access multiple related services including group and individual counseling, day beds, showers, clothing, medical care, needle exchanges, sterile injection equipment and overdose prevention training, as well as information and referral, social activities and snacks. The programs may be structured for specific populations such as women or sex trade workers or be open to all.
  • Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention (37)
    RX-8250

    Substance Use Disorder Education/Prevention

    RX-8250

    Programs that provide information about substance use disorders (including the substances most commonly used and their effects, the diagnostic criteria for substance use disorders, screening and diagnostic procedures and methods of treatment) and/or which offer any of a variety of services that focus on substance use prevention for people of all ages who are at risk. Included may be printed materials or videos that address the subject; psycho-educational and skill building activities; structured groups which focus on family dynamics, problem-solving, self-esteem and similar issues; and presentations in schools and agencies and to family groups regarding the dangers of alcohol and drug use and smoking, the signs of substance use disorders, the legal consequences of illegal substance use and how to get help.
  • Substance Use Disorder Hotlines (3)
    RX-8470.8350

    Substance Use Disorder Hotlines

    RX-8470.8350

    Programs that provide immediate assistance for people who have problems related to excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs or are at risk of a substance use related disorder. Services may include defusing the crisis, ensuring the person's safety and information about alternatives the person may explore to begin recovering. Substance use related hotlines are also typically available to significant others of people who are involved with drugs and/or excessive alcohol use. Hotline staff can generally be reached via the telephone, email, live chat, texting and/or instant message (IM).
  • Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs (2)
    RX-8470.8400

    Substance Use Disorder Intervention Programs

    RX-8470.8400

    Programs that work with the families and friends and others who are concerned with the excessive use of alcohol and/or use of other drugs by someone they love with the objective of helping those individuals create a crisis in the life of the person as the first step in helping them to recognize that they have a substance use disorder and accept treatment. The program offers a guided process during which groups of concerned others express their feelings about the effects of the problem on their own lives; develop the strength and objectivity to confront the one they love; plan and rehearse an intervention strategy where the individual is confronted with his or her behavior and the consequences of refusing to seek treatment; confirm a treatment plan including financial arrangements and bed availability; establish a date and time for the intervention; and carry out the intervention with the hope that the person will accept treatment.
  • Substance Use Disorder Referrals (5)
    RX-8470.8600

    Substance Use Disorder Referrals

    RX-8470.8600

    Programs that link people who are in need of drug and/or alcohol use disorder services with appropriate resources.