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Thrive Counseling's program is designed to provide services for persons who have or are at risk of having harmful involvement with alcohol or other drugs and addictions. Our program uses a team approach to minimize the effects and risks associated with alcohol and other drug addictions.


Thrive Counseling's Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program is clearly identified as a separate and distinct program that provides substance us disorder counseling and education. The intensive outpatient program consists of a scheduled series of sessions appropriate to the person-centered plans of the persons served. These may include services provided during evenings and on weekends and/or interventions delivered by a variety of service providers in the community. The program may function as a step-down program from:

  • partial hospitalization

  • detoxification/withdrawal support

  • residential services

May be used to prevent or minimize the need for a more intensive level of treatment; and is considered to be more intensive than traditional outpatient services.​



A case manager is an important part of a person's recovery. Learn more about what our case manager's at Thrive do to facilitate a smooth road to recovery.


CST services consist of community-based mental health and substance abuse rehabilitation services and necessary supports provided through a team approach to assist adults in achieving rehabilitative and recovery goals. It is intended for individuals with mental illness, substance abuse disorders, or both who have complex and extensive treatment needs. CST is designed to reduce presenting psychiatric or substance abuse symptoms and promote symptom stability, restore the individual's community living and interpersonal skills, provide first responder intervention and de-escalate the current crisis and ensure linkage to community services and resources. CST is available 24/7.


Peer support group services are built around a recovery-based, consumer-driven program. This will optimize our clients' personal, social and vocational competencies so that he or she can live successfully in the community.

Peer Support groups engage in community activities to encourage the recovery values of work, belonging, empowerment, working together, accountability, responsibility and respect.

Restorative activities focus on the participants' strengths and abilities - not his or her illness. This approach creates a place for people to come and build meaningful relationships while developing skills. Groups are led by peer support specialists with topics based on consumer input.

Consumers work to:

  • Build independent living and social skills

  • Manage symptoms

  • Develop health and wellness skills

  • Foster vocational skills

  • Increase recreation and leisure activites

Participants in the peer led groups are typically active in mental health treatment and/or drug and alcohol treatment in addition to psychosocial services, but is not a requirement of services.


Continuing Support

Aftercare programs and support groups help people recovering from alcohol use disorder to stop drinking, manage relapses and cope with necessary lifestyle changes. This may include medical or psychological care or attending a support group.

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