Addiction & Recovery Treatment
According to the CDC, drug overdose deaths in Virginia have increased by over thirty percent since 2019—so HYPE is more determined than ever to provide high-quality ARTS care to our community. We started on our ARTS journey in 2016 in response to the needs of that community. Since then, we have evolved to offer addiction recovery care at multiple levels.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine, or ASAM, describes several phases of the “Continuum of Care.” HYPE offers services at several of these levels, starting at Level 1.
Level 1 – Peer Support Services
Peer support services are provided by workers who have gone through their own recovery process successfully and are empowered to help others who want to recover. Their goals at this level of care are to help people stay engaged in the recovery process and to reduce the likelihood of relapse. They are assigned to work with participants on a one-on-one basis as well as in groups.
Level 2.1 – Intensive Outpatient Services
Sometimes referred to as “Substance Abuse Intensive Out-Patient,” or SAIOP, level 2.1 is great for persons with co-occurring disorders—i.e., both a substance use disorder (SUD) and a mental health disorder. Persons in 2.1 receive 9 to 20 hours of treatment per week and are in regular contact with an array of practitioners from physicians to therapists to psychiatrists. Often, at this level of care, participants are able to work, attend school, and otherwise go about their lives while attending SAIOP programming.
Level 2.5 – Partial Hospitalization Services
This is the highest level of outpatient ARTS care in existence. Participants in 2.5 will receive treatment at least 20 hours per week. Psychoeducation, individual, group, and family therapy are significant components of treatment at this level. Participants are also encouraged to make use of services such as yoga and acupuncture when not actively engaging in their primary therapies. Participants at this level can expect to be in frequent contact with medical and therapeutic staff.
Level 3.1 – Clinically Managed Low-Intensity Residential Services
Level 3.1 is the lowest level of residential care available under ASAM. At this level, five hours of clinical services will be provided each week. Treatment will focus on topics like recovery skills, relapse prevention, and managing emotions. 3.1 treatment must be capable of treating co-occurring disorders. Services at this level include outpatient substance abuse services, a structured recovery environment, 24-hour staffing, house meetings, and a community that promotes living skills.
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Questions or Concerns
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