Outpatient Group Therapy

Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Group

Meets Mondays from 6 pm - 8 pm

SAP Services

SAP and Return to duty evaluations for violations under the Department of Transportation


“The goal of intervention is to present the alcohol or drug user with a structured opportunity to accept help and to make changes before things get even worse.” (NCADD)

During an intervention, a group of affected loved ones, often friends, family, and even co-workers or the individual’s religious leader, come together to present their concerns over the client’s substance use.  I become the bridge between you and your loved one to aid in effectively communicating your worries and the hope for a better future.

Interventions services include:  

  • Initial therapy/planning session

  • One to two therapy sessions with the group.         

  • Preparing the next steps necessary for the client (admission to appropriate level of care treatment)    

  • The Intervention session

  • Follow up group meeting

  • *(Telehealth services are available) *

$500-2500 based on Services needed

DUI Services

After being arrested for driving under the influence (commonly called a DUI) in Illinois, you are required to undergo alcohol and drug evaluation. This evaluation will determine a specific risk level classification indicating what type of program you need to attend and for how long.

Level I – Minimal Risk:
• Driver Risk Education (10 hours)

Level II – Moderate Risk:
• Driver Risk Education (10 hours)
• Intervention Counseling (12 hours)
• Continuing Care recommendations

Level II – Significant Risk:
• Driver Risk Education (10 hours)
• Outpatient Treatment (20 hours)
• Continuing Care recommendations

Level III – High Risk: (referrals made)
• Outpatient or Intensive Outpatient Treatment (75 hours min.)
• Continuing Care recommendations