EARLY INTERVENTION, OUTPATIENT AND INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CO-OCCURRING PROGRAMS
SOS is happy to announce that it has completed its integrated services initiative with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and now provides co-occurring early intervention, outpatient and intensive outpatient services to address individuals that have both substance abuse and mental health issues.

Program Outline
SOS currently offers the following: substance abuse, DUI and co-occurring assessments, early intervention, outpatient and intensive outpatient programs that address five areas:
1) substance abuse,
2) mental health,
3) criminogenic,
4) case management/peer recovery support and
5) gender specific and trauma related issues.
Certified Substance Abuse, DUI and Co-occurring Assessments- SOS provides individualized assessments which focuses on >
identifying if there is a substance abuse problem, assessing each client based on current ASAM PPC (nationally recognized and state mandated) patient placement criteria to determine the level of intervention that is most appropriate and identifying each clients readiness to change. If a problem is identified the result of the assessment is a recommendation to the most appropriate level of care, options include: drug testing/monitoring, early intervention, detoxification, outpatient, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, sober living and/or inpatient/residential treatment.

Early Intervention Program
ASAM Level 0.5: (Intended for clients identified in the misuse and early stages of abuse)
(The early intervention program consists of group sessions designed for those people in the misuse and/or early stages of misuse or substance abuse, or those early in the stages of readiness for treatment. Families are included in the process when possible)
1-2 hours per week (6-12 weeks in length)

Outpatient Program
ASAM Level I Outpatient: (Intended for clients identified in early to middle stages of addiction)
(The basic elements of the Outpatient approach are group, individual and family sessions (early recovery skills, relapse prevention, family education and social support) and 2-3 individual sessions delivered over 12-16 weeks of treatment. The approach is comprised of a combination of the following components.)
2-5 hours of treatment per week (adolescents) and 2-8 hours of treatment per week (adults)
Co-occurring Recovery Groups
Anger Management/Coping Skills Group
Gender specific Men or Women’s Recovery Group
Matrix Model Early Recovery Group, Relapse Prevention, and Family Support Group
Peer Support (aftercare) Groups/Recovery Principles- Recovery Support Group
Substance Abuse Education
Weekly Self-Help Meetings (AA, NA, or CR)
Trauma Recovery Group
Case Management Services

Intensive Outpatient Options
ASAM Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Intended for clients identified in middle to late stages of addiction)
(This Matrix Model program is an intensive treatment episode lasting up to 12-18 weeks that offers additional individual, group, family and conjoint sessions. This more intensive program is designed for those who have been diagnosed with co-occurring disorders, severe dependence, concurrent medical condition, or otherwise need more intensive treatment).
6-9 hours of treatment per week (adolescents) and 9-10 hours of treatment per week (adults)
Co-occurring Recovery Groups
Anger Management/Coping Skills Group
Gender specific Men or Women’s Recovery Group
Matrix Model Early Recovery Group, Relapse Prevention, and Family Support Group
Peer Support (aftercare) Groups/Recovery Principles- Recovery Support Group
Substance Abuse Education
Weekly Self-Help Meetings (AA, NA, or CR)
Trauma Recovery Group
Case Management Services

Sober Living House with Outpatient or Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Amethyst House- Sober Living with Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Intended for clients identified in middle to late stages of addiction)
(This Sober Living/Matrix Model program is an intensive treatment episode lasting 4-12 months that offers the client an alternative to inpatient treatment, jail or prison for those with alcohol and drug related issues. This intensive program is designed for those who have been diagnosed with alcoholism and/or drug dependency and are in need more intensive treatment).
2-10 hours of treatment per week
Co-occurring Recovery Groups
Anger Management/Coping Skills Group
Gender specific Men or Women’s Recovery Group
Matrix Model Early Recovery Group, Relapse Prevention, and Family Support Group
Peer Support (aftercare) Groups/Recovery Principles- Recovery Support Group
Substance Abuse Education
Weekly Self-Help Meetings (AA, NA, or CR)
Trauma Recovery Group
Case Management Services