Domestic Abuse Awareness Program

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Domestic Abuse Awareness Program2020-04-21T21:28:24+00:00

 

Addictions Recovery Center is now conducting admissions and assessments via phone. This includes admissions for new clients to all ARC services, including medically monitored detox, residential treatment and outpatient services.

Outpatient services – including individual and group treatment and peer-mentored recovery support – are now being conducted via telehealth. This allows clients to access a Certified Alcohol and Drug counselor or Certified Recovery Mentor by phone or video.

For more information, or schedule an assessment or appointment, please call our main line at (541) 779-1282.

 


 

A unique program in Jackson County, Addictions Recovery Center’s professionally trained staff helps local men and women confront abusive patterns, while supporting them in making non-abusive choices and implementing more pro-social beliefs.

ARC DAAP uses the Allies in Change © curriculum that is made up of evidence-based practices that include motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, role plays and the supportive research of John Gottman, Ph.D. It incorporates these into a comprehensive, sophisticated and nuanced analysis of what causes and can help stop abusive behavior that provides a more individualized intervention to this work rather than a “one size fits all” approach.

For more information or to register for the course, please call 541-779-1282