Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center is a Substance Abuse Treatment Services rehab center located in Boone, NC. This drug & alcohol rehab center based in North Carolina provides Computerized Treatment,Intensive Outpatient Treatment,Outpatient,Regular Outpatient Treatment as treatment service option. For Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center reviews, ratings & other information, please read below.
Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center in Boone, NC – An overview
Daymark Recovery Services is a comprehensive community that offers a wide range of outpatient and psychiatric services for the treatment of substance use disorders, mental illnesses as well as developmental disabilities.
The Watauga Center houses skilled medical and behavioral healthcare professionals to help people of all ages and their families with the highest prospect for recovery, independence, and the excellent quality of life. The services are personalized as per the individual needs and fulfilled using evidence-based approaches to enhance efficacy.
Services Provided by Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center
The center uses current best practices and practical, research-based treatment programs to help the clients toward achieving addiction-free life. The services provided by the Watauga Center are listed below:
- OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE
- OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH
- SUBSTANCE ABUSE INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
- WALK-IN CRISIS
- SCHOOL-BASED THERAPY
- MOBILE CRISIS MANAGEMENT
- MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
- INTENSIVE IN-HOME
- DWI/DWLR SERVICES
- DAY TREATMENT
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient (SAIOP)
Daymark intensive outpatient services for substance abuse include a structured system of the individual, family, and group activities and services. The programs are provided on an outpatient basis designed to help adult and adolescent individuals with addiction disorders to instigate recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance.
The program provides education on recovery and wellness and also informs the individuals about benefits, community resources, and services regarding addiction recovery. SAIOP program assists the clients and also monitors the provision of services. SAIOP is typically provided to each individual for a period of three months.
SAIOP program involves a minimum of 9 hours per week, and each day; every individual is influenced to attend at least one recovery support group of choice. Every client is screened for drugs and alcohol, and Monthly Person Centered Plan (PCP) updates to review and document necessary changes.
SAIOP services include the following:
- Individual counseling and support
- Group counseling and support
- Family counseling, training, or support
- Biochemical testing to classify recent drug and/ or alcohol use (UA and BAC)
- Relapse prevention (including community supports)
- Life skills training
- Crisis contingency planning
- Disease management
- Treatment support activities adapted explicitly for the individual with physical disabilities or people with co-occurring disorders
- Case management activity to arrange, connect, coordinate, or incorporate multiple services, assessment, and re-assessment of the individual requirements for services.
Residential Treatment Program
The residential program offers a complete range of services to adults, both men and women (Age 18+) fighting with addiction and related disorders. The program provides both high and low-intensity residential care and treatment in semi-private and maximum privacy settings.
Assessment and Referral
The assessment and referral program delivers a variety of activities, involving prescreening, screening, determination of need, psychosocial assessment, and referral to a suitable level of care.
Outpatient programs include a range of services designed to meet personalized addiction, behavioral and psychiatric issues through clinical assessment and evaluation. The center offers outpatient treatment to adults and children (Age 3+) with substance abuse issue and mental health disorders.
Mobile Crisis Management
The service seeks to provide complete crisis intervention to issues related to mental health, substance abuse, or developmental disability in the least restrictive environment. The service is monitored with an experienced and qualified staff, including licensed therapists or bachelor’s level qualified professionals.
Intensive In-Home Program (IIH)
The Intensive In-Home (IIH) services are for individuals with severe and chronic symptoms of an emotional, behavioral, and/or substance use disorders who are unable to continue stability in the community without intensive interventions.
The program provides quality care through the use of evidence-based, individual-centered interventions to diminish symptoms, improve functioning, and decrease the frequency and intensity of crisis chapters.
Daymark Recovery Services Watauga Center houses a qualified team of experts including licensed MDs, LPCs, nurses, and LCDCs. Doctors are available day and night during their particular shifts and on call as well.
The center ensures supportive services and enables each individual to address issues such as addiction, physical, mental health and emotional abuse.
- Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Substance Abuse Treatment Services
- Computerized Treatment
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Regular Outpatient Treatment
- Accepts clients on opioid medication
- Medications for psychiatric disorders
- Private Organization
- State substance abuse agency
- State mental health department
- Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
- Comprehensive mental health assessment
- Comprehensive substance abuse assessment
- Interim services for clients
- Outreach to persons in the community
- Breath analyzer or blood alcohol testing
- Drug or alcohol urine screening
- Screening for mental health disorders
- Screening for substance abuse
- Aftercare/continuing care
- Discharge Planning
- Assistance with obtaining social servicest
- Domestic violence services-family or partner
- Housing services
- Mental health services
- Consumer-run (peer-support) services
- Screening for tobacco use
- Smoking/tobacco cessation counseling
- Smoking Not Permitted
- Federal or Any Government Funding for Substance Abuse Programs
- Private Health Insurance
- Cash or Self-payment
- State Financed Health Insurance Plan Other Than Medicaid
- Adult Women
- Adult Men
- Clients Referred from the Court/Judicial System
- Persons with Co-occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders
- Persons who have Experienced Trauma
- Individual counseling offered
- Group counseling offered
- Family counseling offered
- Marital/couples counseling offered
- Substance abuse education
- Health education services other than HIV/AIDS or hepatitis