OBOT: Office Based Opioid TreatmentIMS OBOT program serves individuals (at least age 18) with opioid use disorders by providing medication-assisted treatment on an outpatient basis to help reduce opioid use, opioid overdose deaths, and transmission of infectious diseases. To help individuals recover from Substance Use Disorder, the OBOT program offers a person-centered approach by providing prescription medications (Suboxone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, or Vivitrol) in combination with counseling and group therapies.
These medications work by providing relief from opioid withdrawal symptoms while reducing cravings for continued opioid use. Individuals will also be given a prescription for NARCAN and a training on how to correctly administer the life saving medication. The OBOT team at IMS offers a combination of recovery services and supports including medication management, individual counseling/therapy, case management, peer support, IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program), and care coordination to address the needs of individuals with Substance Use Disorder and mental health needs. The OBOT clinic also collaborates with local community resources to provide additional support to individuals receiving care.
Substance use Care CoordinatorIMS offers Substance Use Case management. A case manager will provide clients with extra support while in treatment, will assist in coordination of care, linking individuals to extra services in the community such as housing, child care, doctor visits, Medicaid services, and much more. Every client will be eligible for case management services and encouraged to work closely with their case manager to maximize services available that will be conducive to recovery.
Outpatient TherapyEvidenced based outpatient therapy provided by a licensed therapist on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, depending on the client's needs.
Peer Recovery SpecialistPeer Recovery Specialists are individuals who have experienced a substance use disorder or mental health condition that are either in or have achieved some degree of recovery. Peers use their personal experiences as well as relevant training to assist clients in recovery. Peers mentor another person’s recovery process by instilling hope, role modeling recovery, and supporting those battling addiction.
IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program) - Coming SoonIOP programs are offered for men and women at various times. IOP will run for a minimum of three hours a day, three days a week. Services include: evidenced based individual and group counseling, relapse prevention, medication management, life skills, recovery skills, psycho-educational groups, and much more.
Mental Health Services include:
- Mental Health Assessment
- Outpatient Mental Health Therapy
- Mental Health Case Management