ASAM 3.1 LoC - Halfway House
B. Riley House's half-way program is designed to assist clients of the B. House in developing the working knowledge, skills, and attitudes for successful long-term recovery. This program is for LGBTQ+ adults eighteen (18) years of age or older who have completed a drug and alcohol residential program and/or been assessed and referred by a community provider and meet criteria for this level of care. All clients at the B. Riley House are expected to participate in individual, group, family and couple therapies, as appropriate. Primary counselor of residents at the B. Riley House will work on developing a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to the individual's needs. Along with clinical work that is completed with residents from our partner agencies, on off days, 12-step facilitators facilitate group. Outside 12-step self-help group participation is mandatory to participate in our residential halfway program.
ASAM 3.5 LoC - LGBTQ+ & Ally Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services (30 Day Program)
B. Riley House's (34) bed residential program is designed to assist clients of B. Riley House in developing the working knowledge, understanding, and attitude for successful long-term recovery. This program is for LGBTQ+ and Allied clients eighteen (18) years of age or older. This program provides individualized treatment in a thirty (30) day freestanding, residential setting, with the overall purpose of complete abstinence from mind-and-mood altering substances. This has been most successfully maintained with the development of an autonomous spiritual way of life based on the 12-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous/Al-Anon. B. Riley has a sliding fee scale and accepts most insurances.
Treatment services include assessment, case management, crisis intervention, individual/group counseling, urinalysis, peer-support services, and room/board.
These treatment services address the following behavioral health areas: alcohol, marijuana, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, and illicit drug abuse and dependence. Characteristics associated with adult LGBTQ+ population served are the following but not limited to: indigent LGBTQ+ individuals with substance use disorders, homeless persons with mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorders, and LGBTQ+ individuals with substance use disorders within the criminal justice/judicial systems.
B. Riley House's intake program consists of working with clients in the area of client treatment services, initial evaluation, crisis intervention, family intervention, referral and general accessing of B. Riley House's treatment services and community resources.
ASAM 2.5 LoC - Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
B. Riley House's Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) provides a structured program of outpatient services as an alternative to inpatient drug treatment services. It's more intense than care you get in a doctor's or therapist's office. You get this treatment during the day, and you don't have to stay overnight. PHP services are conducted Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am-2pm. Lunch is provided to participants.
Services included are: Biopsychosocial assessment, Group counseling/Individual Counseling, Case Management Services, Crisis Intervention, Peer Support Services, and an introduction to 12-step support networks.
ASAM 2.1 LoC - Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
IOP offers flexibility to our clients varying schedules who participate in the B. Riley House IOP program. Clients are allowed to maintain prescribed medications (non-opiate and non-amphetamine) while in IOP and are encouraged to seek other outside help with referrals from our case management program. The use of any psychoactive chemical substances is not allowed with clients receiving IOP treatment at the B. Riley House. This includes the use of substances off the property of the program and on days clients are not participating in programming.
IOP is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am to 12pm.
While in IOP, clients work with the counseling team in both group and one on one therapy sessions. Consistent attendance to six (6) hours of psychotherapy courses in self acceptance, rejection, coming out issues, internalized homophobia, etc. is required during this process. The six (6) hour course is broken into one (1) hour a week for six (6) weeks. Clients in B. Riley House's Halfway Program and outside participants are expected to attend five (5) 12 step self-help group meetings per week ( AA, NA, CA, SA, etc.).
Outside participants welcomed!
Three-Quarter Living - Lv. II Recovery Housing
Residents who have successfully completed B. Riley House's drug and alcohol treatment program will be afforded the opportunity to live and participate in our three-quarter residential living house. This is a less intensified level of care. Residents who reside as a three-quarter resident are normally working a full or part-time job and are expected to pay rent. At this level of care, residents are required to attend a minimum of (3) three 12 step self-help group meetings weekly, participate in Thursday evening community meeting at the home, and be cooperative with random urine screens. This house can serve up to 10 adults, is not gender specific, and is open to allies of the LGBTQ+ community who have successfully completed a high intensity residential treatment program. These are shared bedrooms with one other person. Primary purpose behind shared bedrooms is for increased accountability and peer support. Residents are responsible for their own food and toiletries (food is often donated to the house as a whole for those just getting started).
Independent Living- Lv. I Recovery Housing
At this home, residents have successfully completed treatment, maintained employment and have provided evidence of being able to pay rent on time as evidenced by rent receipts from three-quarter living house. At this level of care, participants have a minimum of six (6) months sober, fully participating and engaging in a 12-step self-help group as evidenced by having a 12-step sponsor, have successfully completed all 12 steps of a 12-step self-help group, and are in the maintenance stage of change. Residents are provided their own room in a three (3) bedroom home and the only requirement is that residents of independent living house be cooperative with random urine screens and pay rent on time. Residents are responsible for their own food and toiletries. Eligibility for this house requires that you have participated in our three-quarter housing for a minimum of three (3) months.
Sexual Health Program
Our sexual health programming is an intensive, clinically based program designed to cover the broad spectrum of sex and sexuality related issues that often present themselves with substance abuse. These can include, but are not limited to: Compulsive sexual behavior Identity-related shame Sex and HIV related anxiety Sexual obsession Sexual abuse and assault Trauma related to new HIV diagnosis As part of the residential treatment program, clients participate in multiple group therapy sessions per week along with weekly individual therapy. Clients in sexual health programs address sexual health issues in conjunction with substance dependency. Every client working through the program will address assignments on sexual health values, good communication in relationships and will also begin to take a look at trust, honesty and intimacy.
Substance Abuse Programming
HIV and Chronic Illness
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