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Adult Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency
Consejo’s Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency Treatment Program is an award-winning service that includes outreach and engagement, substance abuse prevention, drug and alcohol outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, recovery services as well as peer support services.
Participants also receive life-skills training, leadership skills development, nutrition counseling, transportation services and a wide range of therapeutic activities aimed at promoting sobriety and increasing functionality of all enrollees. Every staff member is both bilingual and bicultural and a chemical dependency professional.
Adult Outpatient Treatment
Consejo’s Adult Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency Treatment is a twelve-month program including individual counseling, ongoing group therapy as well as addiction education, relapse prevention, urinalysis, blood pathogen testing, case management services, family counseling, access to AA/NA/ALANON meetings, referrals to medical services, vocational rehabilitation and employment services.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Treatment
In addition to the services provided by our twelve-month outpatient program, Consejo offers an intensive, 24-month treatment program that includes behavior modification designed to address a client’s resistance to treatment, risk levels, potential for relapse, cravings, triggers, employability, legal advocacy and family reunification services.
Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS)
Many elusive cultural factors contribute to a significantly high incidence of substance abuse among Latinos, especially males. Consejo’s ADIS addresses these issues directly by providing education in Spanish related to relapse prevention and resources in the sobriety community. Consejo’s ADIS is designed to be an educational intervention and is best suited for those who do not meet criteria for treatment.
Consejo’s Consumer Awareness Program helps individuals stop shoplifting by offering comprehensive education in a group setting. This service is a prevention tool aimed at minimizing re-offenses through personal disclosure and testimonies using confidential resources for individuals who have a shop-lifting problem.
12 Step Support Groups
Consejo Headquarters in Seattle's Columbia City hosts a range of 12 Step Meetings that serve our clients and the Spanish speaking community in Central and South Seattle. They include:
- Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings every evening, Monday through Friday at 7:00 pm;
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings every Monday at 7:00 pm;
- ALANON Meetings for the friends and family of people who are either still suffering from substance abuse addictions or in recovery every Thursday evening at 7:00 pm.