Mental Health Counseling
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Our agency provides mental health treatment services to people of all ages and assists them in overcoming problems associated with family, work or school. Licensed mental health professionals help clients learn new coping strategies that lead to improved mental health through individual counseling, group counseling and psychiatric services. Staff treat mild to moderate mental health disorders, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and bipolar disorder. Our staff also provides culturally sensitive treatment, including bilingual services, as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication reviews.
Oakland Family Services follows the Best Practice Clinical Guidelines as established by the Alliance for Children and Families. These guidelines specify the most effective interventions and modalities for a given mental health issue. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call a customer service representative at the location nearest you or confidentially email your contact information to us and a customer service representative will contact you within one business day.
Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Addiction is a complex disease that negatively affects every aspect of a person's life. Substance use disorders and addiction can lead to relationship problems, anxiety and depression, anger, violence, health and behavioral problems and job complications.
The nature of the addiction process can be stopped and relapses prevented through commitment to proper treatment, sobriety or abstinence, and recovery, which is a lifelong endeavor. At Oakland Family Services, we offer a variety of outpatient treatment services for substance use disorders - group therapy, individual therapy, psychiatric evaluations, family sessions, educational groups and drug screening. Clients are educated on alcohol and substance use disorders, cycle of addiction, relapse, coping skills and strategies.
Our professional therapists also can help persons affected by alcohol and drug abuse who do not themselves use substances, such as family members or friends. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call a customer service representative at the location nearest you or confidentially email your contact information to us and a customer service representative will contact you within one business day.
Adolescent Substance Use Disorders
Oakland Family Services strives to provide quality, individualized treatment to adolescents and their families to help them achieve and maintain abstinence.
Teen users are more likely to be experiencing co-occurring mental health issues. Their use of alcohol and drugs is often opportunistic and involves binging. They also have more trouble projecting the consequences of their use into the future. It is critical that treatment services are appropriate for the adolescent’s cognitive, physiological and emotional stages of development. At Oakland Family Services, we follow the Best Practice Guidelines as established by the Alliance for Children and Families. These guidelines include individual and group therapy modalities, focus on family therapy and family dynamics, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Twelve Step and Motivational Interviewing. Oakland Family Services has adopted other key elements to adolescent treatment services by the National Institute on Drug Abuse “Drug Strategies” and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMSHA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
These elements include assessment and treatment matching, a comprehensive/integrated approach, family involvement in treatment, developmentally appropriate treatment, efforts to engage and retain teens in treatment, qualified staff, gender and cultural competence, continuing care and monitoring treatment outcomes. Our services meet the needs of adolescents 12-18 years old and their families. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call a customer service representative at the location nearest you or confidentially email your contact information to us and a customer service representative will contact you within one business day.
PRISM: Project Recovery Intensive Services for Mothers
PRISM (Project Recovery Intensive Services for Mothers) is an intensive substance use disorder program offered by Oakland Family Services that focuses on the unique needs of mothers in recovery.
PRISM is a comprehensive and intensive substance use program designed to assist mothers and pregnant women in the development and maintenance of a substance-free lifestyle. Engagement in our programs equips women with the necessary skills, education and resources they need to generate healthy and rewarding relationships with their children.
Mothers seeking substance use treatment benefit optimally by receiving a continuum of care that provides them with a variety of services over an extended period of time. These services could range from substance use treatment, parenting skills education, childcare and transportation services, financial and housing assistance, educational and vocational needs, domestic violence and sexual abuse treatment, and psychiatric and/or other medical services.
PRISM program services include:
- A comprehensive clinical assessment and individualized intervention planning
- Case management assistance addressing non-clinical needs
- Individual counseling and group therapies centered around substance use treatment
- Types of therapy groups offered include the following:
- Substance Use Phase I
- Substance Use Phase II
- Relationship Issues
- Affect/Mood Management
- Life Skills
- Women’s Issues
- On-site childcare during treatment services
- Transportation to and from treatment services
For more information about PRISM, call (248) 858-7766 ext. 1301.
PRISM is a Designated Women's Specialty provider. Pregnant and parenting women are a priority for admission to treatment services.
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