Day One Integrative Services works with those struggling with substance use disorders and mental health challenges using a holistic medically assisted treatment that focuses on the physical, mental and emotional needs of the individual.
Treatment centers are not hospitals, but they are places of healing for those who are serious about kicking their addictions and learning to live a life of sobriety and fulfillment.
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Philosophy & Mission
Our mission is to close the gaps in substance use treatment by providing an approach that focuses on the holistic wellness of the individual by establishing an environment for growth and healing in an integrative system of safe sober housing, life skills development, and performance measurements.
Our aim is to improve the long term recovery of participants through collaboration with institutions, support groups, and the community to prevent isolating behaviors and remission.
Success comes when individuals are able to go back to their family, friends, and loved ones as productive, positive members of their home, family, and community.
Our goal is to function as a substance use and mental health treatment provider and rapidly respond to the special needs of a diverse clinical population, assessing needs and recommending appropriate action by employing experienced, committed, dedicated staff and support ongoing education and training opportunities to enhance their skills and abilities.
Clinical staff at Day One Integrative Services include:
- Certified Physician Assistant
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed and Independently Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
- Licensed and Independently Licensed Social Workers
- Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors
Meet Day One Integrative Services Administrative staff below:
Meet Day One Integrative Services medical staff below:
Patricia Bailey, PA-C
Substance Use Disorder Programs
The goal of the SUD Program is to teach clients skills to maintain sobriety. To accomplish this task, the services address major lifestyle, attitudinal and behavioral issues, which can undermine the goals of treatment or inhibit the individual’s ability to cope with major life task’s without the non-medical use of psychoactive substances. Although abstinence is the primary goal of the program, some clients may require assistance with harm reduction and other motivational techniques to reduce use. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is offered at this location. Individual and group therapy are used to support clients in addressing addiction issues. The IOP and Outpatient programs offer evidenced-based curriculums.