Copper River Native Association
The six-tribe Copper River Native Association works to improve its members’ access to mental health care, drug and alcohol rehab, and other forms of therapy. Their approach to behavioural health is holistic, which means that in addition to addressing the client’s addiction and its symptoms, they will also treat the client’s body, mind, soul, and any other areas of their life that may need improvement.
Education, evaluations, group and family therapy, individual counselling, crisis intervention planning, skill building, medication management, and anger management are all possible components of their treatment plans. Patients can work with their treatment teams to include wellness services like therapeutic fitness, chiropractic care, and massage therapy in their programmes because of CRNA’s focus on the patient’s overall health and well-being.
Wisdom Traditions Counseling Services
Each client at Wisdom Traditions in Alaska undergoes an intensive assessment process before beginning any addiction treatment programme. Wisdom Traditions understands that not every client has the same needs, and that not every service will be appropriate for every circumstance. Clients are therefore strongly urged to take part in the formulation of their programme.
Treatments for drug and alcohol addiction can take many forms, including talk therapy, medication management, referrals to detox facilities, gender-specific support groups, cognitive behavioural therapy with an emphasis on mindfulness, relapse prevention techniques like the Gorski method, and 12-step meetings. Extensive aftercare services and continuing care planning are provided to patients to ensure they always have someone to turn to for help.
Jett Morgan Treatment Services
Given that they are an outpatient facility, Jett Morgan Treatment Services can accommodate a wide variety of schedules. The programme is open to both sexes over the age of 18, but only to those who qualify. Staff members at this clinic feel strongly that clients’ sobriety should come before anything else in their lives, and they work hard to ensure that all of their programmes are easily accessible.
Individual therapy, evaluations, group psychotherapy, continuing care planning, aftercare services, and anger management courses will all be available to clients in recovery from substance use disorders. There is a flat rate for each service, but those who are having financial difficulties can receive an adjusted rate based on the sliding fee scale.
Volunteers of America – Alaska
Healthcare, mental health, and substance abuse treatment are all provided by the non-profit organisation Volunteers of America in Alaska. VOA makes these services available to the people of Alaska at low or no cost.
Education, prevention services, early intervention, assessments, case management, family-inclusive programmes, skill development groups and classes, psychiatric therapies, and medication are all part of the service menu offered to clients.
A client’s weekly treatment hours and total time in care are both determined by the programme they enrol in and their progress through that programme. The needs of adolescents are addressed in VOA programming, and these programmes are tailored to their age group.
Community Medical Services – Wasilla
The Community Medical Services network extends to many cities across the United States. Medication support, therapy grounded in scientific evidence, and peer-led support groups are just some of the healthcare options available at the Wasilla, Alaska location.
The clinician will prescribe methadone, buprenorphine, or Vivitrol to the client depending on the severity of the withdrawal symptoms the client is experiencing. These medications are approved by the Food and Drug Administration and help alleviate the distressing withdrawal symptoms and cravings that may be jeopardising a client’s recovery.
If clients’ withdrawal symptoms are managed before they enter a more intensive programme, they will be better able to heal and be more motivated to make positive lifestyle changes without the constant fear of relapse or overdose. Wasilla’s Community Medical Service takes a variety of payment methods, including government programmes like Medicaid and Medicare, private health plans, and even cash.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council Recovery Service
Anchorage’s indigenous and American Indian communities are supported by the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, a non-profit group. All of this effort is directed toward meeting the needs of the people who live in these indigenous communities.
Clients will take part in thorough evaluations as part of the drug and alcohol rehabilitation program’s recovery services to ascertain the nature of their difficulties and the most effective means of resolving them. Individual and group psychotherapy, peer support networks, prevention programmes, long-term alumni support, outreach programmes, and skill development will all be available as part of the treatment plan.
There is also the option to receive care from a cultural perspective. Overall, we want to make sure that everyone gets the care they need in a welcoming environment where they can connect with both the treatment staff and the other patients. Family members are encouraged to take part in programmes that help them work through issues at home and learn to cope with them.
Providence Breakthrough is a rehabilitation facility for adults and adolescents over the age of 13 who are struggling with substance abuse and other behavioural health issues. All services are trauma-informed, and clients can work together with others in similar situations to form peer support groups, share stories, and encourage and hold one another accountable.
Clients will have access to a variety of resources, including medication support, therapy, family programmes, 12-step work and meetings, psychiatric care, SMART Recovery, and Seeking Safety groups for those dealing with the aftereffects of drug abuse. With so many choices, it’s easier than ever to find a treatment plan that takes into account the whole person, including their history of trauma.
CPH Serenity House Treatment Center
There is room for 12 patients at a time in the inpatient facility at CPH Serenity House. 12-step programmes, family therapy, skill development groups, relapse prevention training, art therapy, mindfulness, interpersonal skills, and Seeking Safety groups are all used during the treatment, which can last anywhere from six to eight weeks.
When residents are ready to transition out of Serenity House’s care, they will join the facility’s intensive outpatient programme, which offers continuing care over a few months.
Once intensive outpatient treatment has concluded, patients often continue to receive care from a regular outpatient facility for up to a year. Patients can check with the admissions staff to see if Serenity House accepts their insurance before making any financial commitments.