Substance Abuse

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Keys has been a leader of substance abuse prevention, education and treatment since 2007. Dr. Wilson and his staff understand the complexities and challenges of addiction, and have dedicated themselves to providing the best in modern, effective and compassionate care for each individual patient. Learn more about our substance abuse programs below.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

At Keys, IOP is our “intensively caring” outpatient program. Basic services consist of group therapy four times per week. It is designed for a minimum of 2 1/2 months although some people extend the same number of sessions over a period of 4-6 months due to issues around work or childcare. Morning or afternoon group sessions are currently available to choose from from Monday to Thursday. Participants can attend different times on different days according to their availability. (During the pandemic these are available via Zoom or in-person with masks and social distancing.) 

Outpatient Clinical Program for Addiction

Upon completion of the intensive program, many people need additional support and structure to facilitate successful long-term recovery or additional treatment for mood or attention disorders and they “step down” to the outpatient clinical program. The OCP program includes one-hour group sessions three times per week, weekly individual and family sessions, and random drug screening. 

Substance Abuse Prevention

Substance Abuse Prevention Course for Organizations
This unique course has been specifically tailored for offshore companies who’s employees need continuing education and training regarding drug and alcohol use and abuse. Participants in this course learn responsible decision making skills, particularly when on offshore leave. Active engagement and education through this course promotes lifestyle changes that benefit both the company and the individual.
10 Hour Substance Abuse Education Course
This program educates participants about the various types of alcohol and drug use and abuse. Through individual and group facilitation, participants will identify and explore the different categories of use, abuse, dependence and addiction. Participants will work together to form bonds and build wisdom to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices.