Level Of Services
Level 1 – Social Setting/Modified Medical Detoxification: Detoxification is the process of withdrawing a person from alcohol, other drugs or both in a safe, humane, and effective manner. This level of care is offered by medical staff in a non-hospital setting with services and admission available 24 hours per day, 7days per week.
Level 2 – Residential Inpatient-Residential/ Inpatient Treatment: This level of care is a 24 hour, live-in setting. It is designed for clients with significant disruption in life areas such as work, school, family relationships, health, friends or the legal authorities.
Level 2 – Partial Hospitalization Treatment: This level of care requires a minimum of 16 hours of structured treatment activities a week, 10 of which must be in individual, group or family sessions. Clients remain in their home environments and provide their own transportation for these services.
Level 3 – Drug Counseling: focuses on reducing or stopping illicit drug use; it also addresses related areas of impaired functioning—such as employment status, illegal activity, and family/social relations—as well as the content and structure of the patient’s recovery program. Through its emphasis on short-term behavioral goals, individualized counseling helps the patient develop coping strategies and tools to abstain from drug use and maintain abstinence. The addiction counselor encourages 12-step participation (at least one or two times per week) and makes referrals for needed supplemental medical, psychiatric, employment, and other services.
Level 4 – Intensive outpatient Treatment: This level of care requires a minimum of 9 hours of structured treatment activities. This service may be indicated in helping clients transition from a more intensive level of treatment to a less intensive level, or it may be used solely as a treatment level within itself. In either case, this level allows clients the flexibility to work, attend school and remain at home while receiving these services.
Level 5 – Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Treatment is an organized service in which addiction professionals and clinicians provide a planned regimen of 24-hour medically directed evaluation, care and treatment in an acute care inpatient setting. Patients generally have severe withdrawal or medical, emotional or behavioral problems that require primary medical and nursing services.
Level 6 – Medically Monitored Intensive Inpatient Treatment can be described as an organized service conducted by addiction professionals and clinicians who provide a planned regimen of around-the-clock, professionally directed evaluation, care and treatment in an inpatient setting. This level of care includes 24-hour observation, monitoring and treatment. A multidisciplinary staff functions under medical supervision.