Listed below are some of the Substance Abuse Services Zepf Center provides. Please contact us at 419-841-7701 should you have any questions or wish to schedule an appointment.
Residential Sub-acute Detoxification provides client centered, gender specific treatment in a safe, comfortable environment for individuals to safely detox from alcohol and opioids in order to begin the recovery process. Clients may participate in individual, group and activities-based therapy. The goal is to reduce or alleviate symptoms throughout the withdrawal process and provide linkage to appropriate recovery services.
Short Term Residential Treatment (STR) provides short term, client centered, gender specific residential treatment in a safe environment for the individual to gain knowledge of the recovery process, pro-social behavior, and relapse prevention skills. Treatment includes individual and group (integrated mental health and substance related) therapy, holistic care including linkage for physical needs, housing, mental health needs and ongoing assessment to ensure appropriate level of care. STR can begin once a client completes Detox.
As part of Intensive Group Therapy (IGT) clients attend two groups per day, lasting two hours each. They attend these groups seven days a week. Clients transitioning in our detox unit begin this program as soon as post detoxification is completed. Those in early recovery participate in this level of care. There is a minimum of thirty hours of treatment per week.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) has a philosophy of providing client centered treatment to individuals who have a substance abuse disorder in an outpatient setting. The goal is to for the client to gain knowledge of the recovery process, pro-social behavior, and relapse prevention skills. IOP consists of eighteen group sessions, which are provided three days per week in either the morning or the afternoon. IOP also includes ongoing assessment, individual counseling, case management, and crisis intervention as needed. Additional services include drug screening and linkage to community support systems. There is a minimum of nine hours of treatment per week required.
Community Based Intensive Group Therapy (CIGT) is for those clients that have safe, sober housing but need more support than IOP offers. Typically a participant will attend two groups per day, five days per week with a minimum of ten hours per week.
Non Intensive Outpatient Treatment (NIOP) has the philosophy of providing client centered treatment to individuals who could benefit from support and additional relapse prevention skills to further or maintain their recovery. NIOP has an average length of six group sessions; group sessions are provided one day per week with morning and afternoon sessions available. Services also include ongoing assessment, individual counseling, case management, and crisis intervention as needed. Additional services include drug screening and linkage to community support systems.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a whole-person approach to the treatment of Opioid Dependence. The goal of MAT is to increase the level of daily functioning by providing medical stabilization and recovery skills for long term recovery. By reducing or eliminating the craving for opioid drugs and preventing the onset of withdrawal, the physician supervised medication administered provides the client with the opportunity to effectively engage in treatment. Services provided include: Methadone maintenance, Suboxone treatment, full antagonist Outpatient Treatment (Vivitrol), and medication-assisted therapy for opioid dependency during pregnancy, Individual and Group Therapy, drug screening, and case management.
The philosophy of the Opioid Treatment Program is to provide client centered treatment to individuals who need medication assisted treatment to obtain recovery. The goal of the OTP is to provide daily doses of methadone to decrease or alleviate symptoms of withdrawal so individuals served can abstain from alcohol and drugs. Individuals in OTP attend individual counseling for one hour per week and group counseling for two hours per week. Clients may remain in the program for as long as it is beneficial to their well-being.
Integrated care is the coordination of general and behavioral health care needs in an effort to treat not just the body but the mind.
A video was compiled from all of the fun at the Zepf Center's recent Serve Up an Ace event!VIEW MORE
Where There is Life, There is Hope is a weekly family support meeting held every Tuesday from 6:00 - 7:00 pm at the Zepf Center's Ashland location. The official brochure can be found within.VIEW MORE
We would like to thank everyone who came out and helped make our 10th Annual Serve Up an Ace a success! Without your support, we could not make this event happen. Thank you to our sponsors!VIEW MORE