Addiction Treatment Services

 

 


LAWRENCE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT

Programs & Services

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What We Offer
Got a DUI, MIP, or drug possession charge?
ADIS – Alcohol & Drug Information School
What do I bring to my appointment?
What services are available for KU students?
Who can get treatment at Lawrence Outpatient?
Treatment Options
How do I pay for treatment?

 

What We Offer

Lawrence Outpatient Treatment Services offers outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults.  Treatment interventions include:  individual and group counseling, assessments, family sessions, and court-ordered alcohol & drug evaluations. 
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Got a DUI, MIP, or drug possession charge?

All evaluation and assessment tools are approved by local courts and Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.  We offer flexible appointment times to accommodate work, school, and family schedules.
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ADIS - Alcohol & Drug Information School

ADIS fulfills the first time DUI offense requirements for the State of Kansas.  Classes occur once or twice monthly. Each 8 hour class is completed in one day and addresses topics including:  substance abuse education, state laws and guidelines, Blood Alcohol Content levels, and legal consequences of continued violations.  Fees are $85 per class out-of-pocket (must be paid 7 days prior to class to receive certificate).  A completion certificate will be provided upon conclusion of class and payment of fee. 
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What to bring to your appointment

Please bring your ID, Social Security card, proof of insurance (if applicable) and proof of income (pay stub, unemployment check, SSD letter, W-2, or a signed letter from legal guardian/probation/parole officer verifying unemployment).
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Are you a KU student?

Evaluations and individual counseling are available on KU’s campus through DCCCA at CAPS (Counseling & Psychological Services Center). 
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Who can get treatment at Lawrence Outpatient?

Anyone in the state of Kansas can receive treatment at Lawrence Outpatient. You do not need to be a resident of Douglas County.  Morning, afternoon, evening and Saturday  hours are available to accommodate work, school, and family schedules.
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Treatment Options

Assessment – Lawrence Outpatient  staff will work with the customer, his or her family, and other involved professionals to identify strengths and needs related to substance use, then make recommendations for the most appropriate treatment to address those needs.  Lawrence Outpatient is a resource for court ordered or other mandated substance use disorder assessments.

Intensive Outpatient – Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) is intended for individuals who are assessed as chemically dependent, require a more structured schedule than individual or group counseling, but who can continue to live in the community while participating in services.   IOP groups meet three hours a day, three days each week. Gender specific and mixed gender groups are available.

Outpatient – Outpatient treatment includes individual or group therapy, and  is intended for individuals who abuse substances, but who are not assessed as chemically dependent.  This option is also appropriate for those who are concerned about their substance use, but not yet sure they need or want to participate in treatment.  Finally, outpatient services may be beneficial for individuals completing a more intensive level of treatment, and who need ongoing therapy or support. 

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How do I pay for my treatment?

Services at Lawrence Outpatient Treatment are funded by most insurance companies, Medicaid, or State of Kansas reimbursement for those who cannot afford treatment. Cash and credit card payments, using a sliding fee scale, are also available.  See Treatment Fees for additional information about cost and payment options.


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