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Adult Day Treatment and Outpatient 

...but then I went to Pathways. They taught me to love myself and that I was worth saving. The counselors really cared about me and didn't judge me. They saved my life and showed me life can be a happy place and that I deserve to be happy...​

A place for support 

Through a person-centered approach, Pathways is here to help guide individuals through the ups and downs of trying to stay in recovery through evidence-based practices.  Individuals may attend our outpatient programming by stepping down from residential care or may be returning to treatment after a relapse.  

​Our Adult Day Treatment (ADT) Program is an intensive dual diagnosis program that aims to aid individuals in both their mental health and substance abuse needs.  Day Treatment runs Monday thru Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and includes one hour of individual therapy with the counselor each week. Three groups utilizing REBT and CBT therapies are held throughout the day to educate individuals on the disease of addiction. Finding balance in recovery, self love and acceptance, healthy boundaries, and using effective communication skills are practiced daily. This program can be combined with Sober Living and is a great option for those who want to live 24/7 in a healthy, supportive environment.  Individual counseling is provided to clients to aid clients in developing realistic and attainable goals, healthy internal coping mechanisms, substance abuse education, and positive communication.

Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is provided by attending our Adult Day Treatment Program fewer days a week. Schedules are determined on an individual basis, and can consist of 2 full days a week, or several partial days each week.  We encourage employment and want to provide support during this transitional stage of recovery.  The average length of the program is 4-8 weeks but varies based on each client’s needs.

​Our Outpatient Services allows individuals to meet with a counselor individually, or couples/family therapy when appropriate, to address their AODA or mental health needs on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis as needed. Identifying relapse triggers and creating relapse prevention plans are addressed to assist in long-term recovery.

Call for more information. (920) 894-1374