Individual sessions with counselors are focused on consumers understanding their powerlessness, unmanageability and the consequences are their addiction. Counselors assist the consumer’s motivation for change in their life.
Family Counseling helps the family understand how the consumer’s addictive behavior has impacted the family as a unit. Family Counseling also helps to identify other family members who may have addiction, codependency, find Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA). Family Counseling can assist the family to learn together in private sessions/ or a group sessions to potentially preserve the family as a unit.
Outpatient/ Intensive Outpatient Groups
Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient has services available including group therapy, individual counseling, alcohol and drug education, recreational therapy, relapse prevention, and an introduction to support groups. Some groups focus on special topics like assertiveness, stress management, relapse prevention, and family dynamics.
Peer Led Seeking Safety
This peer treatment group is based on five central ideas: 1) safety is the priority 2) consumers ideas 3) cognitive behavioral changes 4) integrated treatment of PTSD and substance abuse 5) attention to the consumers’ process.
Peer Mentor services can begin prior to the consumer ceasing drug/alcohol use. Peer mentors help those in recovery helping lean how to live a healthier sober life. Peer Mentors share their recovery story with consumer to help encourage the belief that change is possible.
Adolescent treatments offers group therapy, family therapy, individual counseling, alcohol and drug education, recreational therapy, relapse prevention, introduction to support groups, and life skills training.
MHA’s co-occurring group is uniquely designed to have a substance abuse counselor and therapist in the group setting. This group is designed to treat the mental health disorder and substance abuse by clinicians at the same time.
DUI are offered by walk-in or by appointment. MHA’s substance abuse program is certified by Kansas to provide DUI evaluations.
ACOA Intensive Weekends
Adult Children of Alcoholic Intensive Weekends are offered through MHA’s substance abuse program. These intensive weekends are designed to focus on the emotional release and healing resulting in emotional maturing that impaired many individuals. This intensive process can also alleviate shame and promote self-esteem allowing consumers to truly know they deserve sobriety and a quality of life which can also eliminate a consumer destructive life style.
Intervention for Client and Family
Batterer's Intervention Program
Classes for court orders for Domestic Violence charges. Course participants will learn how violence effects the family, violence is a learned pattern for families, and how to change this behavior.
Theft Prevention Program
Shoplifting classes for court orders. Course participants will learn the difference in legal charges, how the crime effects the offender and community, and hot to stop the behavior of shop lifting.
This course is also available in Spanish.