Evening Dual-Diagnosis Program for Substance Abuse
The Evening Dual-Diagnosis Program for Substance Abuse at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital provides support and education throughout the crucial first three weeks of recovery from chemical dependency. The Evening Dual-Diagnosis Program for Substance Abuse allows working adults to continue meeting their day-time responsibilities while receiving intensive outpatient treatment.
The Program Offers:
Positive Coping Skills
Introduction to Support Groups
Continuing Care Planning and Referral
Patients also become familiar with the self-help meetings in their community.
Program Size, Duration and Hours:
This three-week program meets on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 pm. The program is designed to be used in conjunction with self-help meetings (AA, NA, SMART Recovery). The small groups allow for program participants to receive individual attention as they work toward developing positive coping skills for recovery.
The Evening Dual-Diagnosis Program for Substance Abuse’s experienced coordinator is a licensed alcohol and other drug addiction counselor who provides patients with a full range of specific techniques and options to aid their recovery.
The two-hour, three-night-per-week format is covered by most health insurance plans.
For more information, please call 617-983-7060 and select option #2.