DCCCA now offers virtual therapy services for adults and adolescents seeking substance use or mental health treatment. You and your Therapist may connect via Zoom technology for “face to face” tele-video sessions, or if you do not have an internet ready device or coverage, therapy services can be conducted over the phone. The attached “Virtual Counseling Services” guide offers additional information about services offered and confidentiality protections. Contact the DCCCA Behavioral Health location nearest you to schedule an appointment.
Residential and outpatient treatment for substance abuse, and mental health services are provided by DCCCA across the state of Kansas. Our therapists and chemical dependency technicians use only best practices in their work and approach treatment of behavioral addictions from the perspective of trauma informed care.
Our residential facilities for women provide in-house childcare centers where both the women and their children can begin to learn to live as a family addiction free.
DCCCA’s behavioral health programs implemented the use of myStrength, a web and mobile self-help resource that empowers our clients to be active participants in their journey to becoming – and staying – mentally and physically healthy even after they leave our care.
Kansas Helping Empower and Recover Together (KS-HEART): Family Centered Treatment for Pregnant and Post-Partum Women is a yearlong family centered approach to substance use treatment and recovery for pregnant and parenting women in Sedgwick and surrounding counties. Family involvement is a key component of sustainable recovery and KS-HEART actively engages those who women identify as family in this program. Substance use treatment and family therapy is augmented by Peer Support, case management, parenting, coordinated community-based support services, employment and housing readiness, barrier reduction funds and comprehensive screening and referral for a woman’s children. Services are offered at Women’s Recovery Center, in the family home and throughout the community. KS-HEART is supported by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $900,000 with 100 percent funded by SAMHSA/HHS.
• Pregnant or within one-year post-partum.
• A diagnosed substance use disorder.
• Reside in Sedgwick County. Referrals from contiguous counties will be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
• Voluntarily consent to participate in KS-HEART and identify at least one person to participate in family services.
• Mothers do not need to have their children in their custody to participate.
Contact DCCCA’s KS-HEART team at (316) 833-2004.
DCCCA Women’s Recovery Center
8901 E. Orme
Wichita, KS 67207