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The Open Door provides various types of services to meet the client's identified needs. The following is a description of the types of groups offered.

Insight Class
Insight Class is an educational class that discusses alcohol and other drugs, and healthy lifestyle choices. The purpose of the group is to provide a primarily educational experience pertaining to critical health and psychological issues associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs. The insight class meets once about every 6 weeks. Clients recommended for this group have the option of two separate times to be scheduled: whichever best fits their schedule. The fee for the group is as follows; Clients who are attending for legal reasons: In county arrests $225, and out of county arrests $250.

Initial Treatment Group (ITG)
Initial Treatment Group meets once a week for two hours for eight weeks; program goals are education on substance abuse/addiction and recovery; the disease model, denial, consequences of use, how to break addiction cycle and some relapse strategies.

Men/Women Jail Groups
The men's and women's jail group is a non-coed treatment group held for incarcerated inmates of the Indiana County Jail.  The idea behind these weekly groups is to begin to examine the negative consequences associated with their use if drugs and or alcohol.  This treatment group can also assist with  transition back into the community or to another facility.  Inmates can request membership in this group via inmate request form as described in the Inmate Handbook.

Co-Occuring Disorders (COD) Group
The Open Door offers group therapy for those with both mental health as well as addiction issues. Individuals with a dual diagnosis of mental health and substance abuse/addiction work towards understanding their illnesses and learning coping mechanisms that assist in living their life clean and sober. Members of this group are mutually involved in both the drug/alcohol and mental health systems. The group meets three times a week for 2 hours a session.

Relapse Prevention Group (RPG)
Relapse Prevention Group meets once a week for two hours for 12 weeks; program goals are identifying relapse triggers, developing viable relapse prevention skills and developing and solidifying a strong, sober support network.

Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program (AIOP)
The adolescent IOP (AIOP) is an open group totaling 18 hours of education and counseling provided three afternoons per week for four weeks. Contracts regarding consistent attendance are signed by the clients and upheld during the program. AA and NA attendance is mandatory. Clients are transferred to the Adolescent Relapse Prevention Group once they have completed this program.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
The Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a non-residential, co-ed group that provides structured psychotherapy and client stability through increased periods of staff intervention. These services are provided three days per week, total hours per week are six, for a period of six to eight weeks. Each client in IOP is required to attend at least one individual counseling session biweekly. Additional sessions are available as determined by counselor. In addition to IOP, the clients are also required to attend at least two support group meetings per week and obtain documentation of attendance. The group is for those clients needing more intensive treatment to help maintain abstinence through education in physiology, coping skills, relapse prevention, and other pertinent areas. IOP is particularly beneficial for those clients being discharged from a Residential Treatment Facility, or those in early recovery.

Buprenorphine/Suboxone Program (EIOP)
The Open Door Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Center of Indiana County operates an enhanced IOP Buprenorphine program that provides cost effective, medically monitored treatment options for consumers suffering with opiate addiction. Through the use of pharmacotherapy, medical evaluation and supervision as well as five days a week participation in group and individual therapy, consumers are stabilized in an outpatient environment. All consumers are required to enroll in the SCA's Intensive Case Management Program, which is an integral component that provides for the coordination of care and services to help improve and maintain positive lifestyle changes which promote recovery.

Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
PHP substance abuse treatment services is a non-acute, time-limited, structured level of care option that offers comprehensive, therapeutically intense care meant to serve as a transitional level of care for those clients stepping down from inpatient or residential programs or as an alternative treatment option to prevent relapse or hospitalization while encouraging independence and self-efficacy by providing services in an outpatient setting. The program will consist of treatment oriented group, and individual activities including 1-2 hours of individual therapy per week, and 16-17 hrs of group therapy per week (3-4 hours a day, 5 days a week), Supplemented by referral to self-help or educational groups, or other recovery supporting activities, as defined in the individual client treatment plan. Group activities include (but not be limited to): early recovery issues, building and utilizing coping mechanisms, developing sober supports, building a recovery lifestyle, and relapse prevention. Average length of stay is 3 months (range: 1-6 months).