Services

Two Day a Week Specialized Female Outpatient Treatment:  ACADA’s specialized female’s two-day a week outpatient meets on Wednesday and Thursday from 9-12.  The two-day a week program is appropriate for women with children in foster care, women with children under age 18, and women involved with the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.  This program is for those who have a substance abuse disorder but whose prognosis is such that a more intensive, restrictive, or structured environment is not required.  The two-day a week program is targeted at the adult female with children or adult pregnant female population who meets the DSM IV criteria for substance abuse or dependence.  Two day a week treatment consists of:  Spiritual Aspects of Recovery, HIV/AIDS, Disease Concept and Process of Addiction, Total Behavior and Neo – Linguistic Program Techniques as Coping Tools, Medical Aspects of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Cognitive Aspects of Recovery (Self – Esteem), Role of the Brain in Addiction, Stress and Anger Management, Basic Needs and Personal Responsibility, Self Esteem and Assertive Communication, Recovery, Relapse, Stages of Change, Parenting and Life Skills, and Relationships and Abuse.  This service is based on the ability to pay.   

Two Day a Week Treatment:  ACADA’s two-day a week outpatient program meets on Monday and Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. or on Tuesday and Thursday from 6-9 p.m.  The two-day a week program is targeted at the adult population who meet the DSM IV criteria for substance abuse or dependence.  The two-day a week program is appropriate for those who have a substance abuse disorder but whose prognosis is such that a more intensive, restrictive, or structured environment is required.  Two-day a week treatment consists of:  Spiritual Aspects of Recovery, HIV/AIDS, Disease Concept and Process of Addiction, Total Behavior and Neo – Linguistic Program Techniques as Coping Tools, Medical Aspects of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Cognitive Aspects of Recovery (Self – Esteem), Role of the Brain in Addiction, Stress and Anger Management, Basic Needs and Personal Responsibility, Self Esteem and Assertive Communication, Recovery, Relapse, Stages of Change, Parenting and Life Skills, and Relationships and Abuse.  This service is based on the ability to pay. 

Four Day a Week Treatment:  ACADA’s four-day a week outpatient meets on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30 -11 a.m.  The four-day a week program is targeted at the adult population who meet the DSM IV criteria for substance abuse or dependence.  The four-day a week program is appropriate for those who have a substance abuse disorder but whose prognosis is such that a more intensive, restrictive, or structured environment is required.  Four-day a week treatment consists of:  Spiritual Aspects of Recovery, HIV/AIDS, Disease Concept and Process of Addiction, Total Behavior and Neo – Linguistic Program Techniques as Coping Tools, Medical Aspects of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Cognitive Aspects of Recovery (Self – Esteem), Role of the Brain in Addiction, Stress and Anger Management, Basic Needs and Personal Responsibility, Self Esteem and Assertive Communication, Recovery, Relapse, Stages of Change, Parenting and Life Skills, and Relationships and Abuse.  This service is based on the ability to pay.