UCC operates a licensed day treatment substance use disorder (SUD) clinic. Participants in this program meet for extended, intensive sessions of group therapy and individual therapy with certified SUD counselors. Group therapy sessions focus on a wide range of topics. Services are conducted by a bilingual, bicultural staff that is culturally sensitive to Hispanic clients.
The program utilizes certified SUD counselors, a medical director, and mental health clinicians for clients dually-diagnosed with SUD and mental health issues.
The clinic is open Monday–Friday, and the program is a non-residential service totaling a minimum of 12 hours of treatment. There is no fee for services to eligible, qualified candidates. For those who do not qualify for free services, there is a sliding fee scale based on client income, as well as insurance coverage for clients with appropriate coverage. Contact us at (414) 643-8530 for more information.
Included in the SUD Day Treatment Program:
- Intensive SUD individual and group therapy
- Art therapy
- Relapse prevention
- Anger management
- Men's and women's self-esteem groups
- Spirituality discussions
- Health education
- Independent living-skills instruction
- HIV/AIDS education and support
- Coordination of child care services
- Social and recreational activities