Strengthening your Faith through Recovery
The Agape Center offers dual diagnosis, customized Chemical Dependency Treatment intensive outpatient program (IOP) for youth and adults in all levels of substance use recovery. This supportive environment empowers patients to go about their lives and responsibilities without substance use.
Many different areas and topics will be discussed during the program to recovery.
The Faith in Recovery Program allows all individuals to completely change their lives for the better by growing spiritually through recovery.
CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS TREATMENT since conditions often occur together (known as a Co-occurring Disorder or Dual Diagnosis), our treatment also includes programs for co-occurring disorders and mood disorders such as:
Are you or someone you love ready to embark on the road to recovery and learn the skills for lasting wellness? At The Agape Center, we address your trauma and/or addiction with compassion, skill and experience and walk beside you as you gain the tools to heal your body, mind and spirit. Call 830-832-1509, to get help now.
Those with their first DUI/DWI offense may avoid repeat offenses by getting professional treatment for substance use. The first step is a treatment assessment. An assessment determines the person’s background, history of substance use and the circumstances of the offense.
Assessment Factors: Assessment determines the frequency and intensity of alcohol and/or drug abuse. Other factors examined include coexisting mental health conditions, physical health, living situations, relationship issues, employment, finances and criminal history. An assessment determines if any of these factors means a higher risk for repeating offenses.
Treatment: Based on the assessment, court-mandated treatment for DUI offenders will vary regarding levels of care, frequency and length. Some offenders may require a brief course of treatment lasting a few sessions. Other DUI offenders may require multi-faceted programs lasting a few weeks to several months. Some offenders may need long-term inpatient rehab with aftercare.
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