Addiction and abuse of substance if not addressed can lead to broken lives, broken families, and broken spirits. From the legal battles to damaged relationships, substance abuse not only affects the individual but the people around them. The road to recovery can be an arduous process, but the key is to seek help. MTOCC is dedicated to your healing process. Our treatment is a combination of modern and effective clinical support with customized services; our goal is to reinstate a life free from destruction, compulsion, and life-threatening activities. MTOCC is committed to providing outpatient and intensive outpatient programs which include:

Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

This program allows the patient to maintain family and work responsibilities. It provides a treatment setting that is less restrictive than residential rehabilitation. The 12 Step philosophy is integrated with group processes and didactic presentations.

Our principal focus is to teach the clients skills necessary to maintain abstinence from alcohol and drugs as they initiate the process of recovery. The program meets three evenings per week and random urine screens are required.

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

This program serves as a “step down” from inpatient hospitalization or as a means to prevent hospitalization. It is designed for individuals who are able to remain in regular school, at home, or attend transitioning educational program while being treated for chemical dependency. We provide individual and peer group processes, education, and experiential exercises. The program focuses on the individual’s specific needs, self-awareness, 12 Step lifestyle, and motivation.

Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) Evaluation

MTOCC in coordination with the Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) guidelines will conduct a comprehensive clinical evaluation for the Department of Transportation (DOT) workers. MTOCC will evaluate workers who have violated a U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol program regulation and make proposals concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing and continuing care.

Our staff will develop and direct a follow-up testing plan for employees returning to work following successful compliance, which entails a face-to-face follow-up evaluation with the employee to determine if the individual has demonstrated successful compliance with recommendations of the initial evaluation and has made appropriate clinical progress sufficient to return back to responsibilities.

DUI/DWI Outpatient Program

MTOCC provides evaluation and/or education to DUI/DWI offenders. Treatment is recommended or determined based on the overall context of the evaluation and other collected evidence.  MTOCC is NOT affiliated with the Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center.

Family Program

The needs of the family are always addressed at MTOCC and are often a critical factor in successful treatment. Our goal is to help foster a family system that is supportive of treatment. We provide an opportunity for the family as a whole to begin to reorganize a mutually satisfying and productive interaction.

Adolescent Prevention Program

The Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention Program focuses on the awareness of drug abuse and places it within the social context of adolescents. An educational component is provided to demonstrate how drugs affect one’s body and life, and how individual can acquire the skills to make informed decisions about drug use.

The program utilizes the group process in peer groups, parents’ groups, and multi-family groups. We espouse therapeutic approach that emphasizes motivational enhancement and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Partial Care Programs

The goal of this program is to prevent relapse by providing mentoring and continuous treatment to foster community integration, independence and employment once sobriety has been achieved.