Tellurian has specialized in substance use and chemical addiction treatment for more than half a century. Experience has shown us that people struggling with substance use and addiction often have an accompanying mental health disorder, such as depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress. That’s why we often integrate mental health counseling and psychiatric care into substance use treatment plans. We call this approach “dual diagnosis.”
Substance use disorder is a complex condition. Since each person in treatment is unique, the same goes for their path to recovery. That said, our board-certified addiction specialists, counselors, and clinical team firmly believe that every single one of them has the ability to recover.
Our treatment plans are tailored to each individual through a range of treatment modalities, including (but not limited to):
Each of these has a useful place in our team’s treatment toolkit. In addition, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Smart Recovery are optional meetings available to all of our patients.
Our most involved program, qualified to address every disorder that we treat.
Targeted case management for CCS-enrolled patients that provides crisis stabilization, medication management, money management, and housing coordination to patients living with mental illness and/or substance abuse.
Designed for patients who need slightly more involved treatment than standard outpatient care.
A Bureau of Justice Assistance initiative that refers people who overdose or are stopped for low-level, victimless offenses to behavioral drug treatment.
Offering Case Management services and support to those seeking recovery from heroin and/or prescription opiate drug addiction.
The least restrictive care option at Tellurian, involving therapies that match a patient’s progress toward recovery.
Professionals who use their personal lived experience with mental health and/or substance use challenges to support those in treatment and demonstrate that recovery is possible.
A safe environment for withdrawal management and preparation for ongoing substance use treatment.
A Community-Based Residential Facility (CBRF) supporting residents experiencing homelessness and searching for housing, employment, and behavioral health services.