What we Offer
The success one individual feels can directly affect his/her self-esteem, self-sufficiency, and self-determination. Additionally, their growth often influences and motivates others who are beginning anew. This radiating effect can not only influence the entire community but also inspire the progression of social change. Beginning Step believes this program may be a catalyst to this type of change.
Beginning Step is proud to report that on a yearly average, 90% of IOPD clients chose to continue treatment services post-graduation by transferring into Beginning Step’s outpatient program.
They also chose to continue sober living in a recovery community by moving to the Safe Step housing sites – with ongoing monitoring and direct contact with individuals with various years of sobriety. Many of these IOPD individuals were homeless prior to program entry.
Monday through Thursday:
9 am to 2 pm
3 pm to 7 pm
Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sample Group Topics
Warning Signs and Triggers Pain Management
Communicable Diseases Dual Diagnosis
Stages of Change Balance
Behavior Management Coping Skills
Support Systems Anger Management
Outpatient counseling is designed to support the recovery process of clients who reside in stable housing by providing individualized and group counseling. Outpatient counseling uses motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy to enhance clients’ motivation to continue their recovery process by addressing underlying emotional and behavioral concerns that have led to substance use. Each client, in collaboration with their counselor, will create personal goals and objectives.
Customized for each client
Beginning Step is able to apply a number of different options to help ensure clients success.
Supplemental programs such as Case Management, Peer Support, and Recovery Housing are designed to add resource, recovery, and housing support to help meet stated goals.