The First Step To Recovery: Assessment
As a new client, you will participate in an assessment session that focuses on gathering information about your specific circumstances. Providing input on your preferences, history, relationships and current needs will assist your counselor in working with you to develop goals that are meaningful to you as an individual. Your counselor will give you expert feedback on how you can best meet your goals based on your needs.
All of TCN's outpatient services are designed to fit your personal needs. Through the use of group counseling, individual counseling, and case management services we will work with you to create goals and tailor a program that best suits you.
Level Of care
Once an assessment is completed, keeping your goals in mind, your counselor will determine the level of care you need to achieve those goals.
STANDARD OUTPATIENT LEVEL 1 (SOP I)
SOP I is for clients who have experienced one or two consequences associated with substance use. Clients appropriate for this group have made unhealthy decisions concerning substance use or behavior while intoxicated has been problematic. The group is designed to offer education about abuse/dependence and increase healthy decision-making concerning substance use. Orientation of the group is prevention.
Standard Outpatient Level 2 (SOP II)
SOP II is for clients who have experienced two or more consequences associated with substance abuse. The group is designed to offer education about substance use disorder and relapse prevention, assist client in evaluating his/her relationship with substances, and teach healthy coping skills for daily living. Orientation of the group is education and intervention.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
IOP is for clients with a substance use disorder diagnosis who need a highly structured program to maintain abstinence. The group is designed to offer education about substance use disorder, relapse prevention, and basic recovery skills. Focus of the group is treatment and development of naturally-existing support groups in the community.
Aftercare is for clients who have completed IOP, residential, or forensic treatment and have over 30 days of abstinence. Focus of group is further development of relapse prevention skills, identifying relapse triggers, and supporting client in expanding and utilizing support system.
Walk in Clinics
Walk in clinics offer quick access to assessment services. Walk in clinics are not necessarily "first come, first served"; as with any medical service, clients who present with a higher level of acuity will be seen first. We provide multiple clinics weekly at our Xenia office and at our Fairborn office.
Walk in clinic hours can be found here by location.
Please prepare for the possibility that you may be at the clinic for up to four hours as you are seen in the order of your arrival time.
For your convenience, TCN also offers scheduled appointments throughout each week. Please call us at 937-376-8700 for more information.
Medication Assisted Treatment
TCN offers outpatient detoxification for opiate addiction though our Creekside Outpatient Clinic. Our doctors follow the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services protocols for use of Suboxone (TM) for opiate detoxification in a convenient outpatient setting. The medication is administered by a staff of trained addictionologist in conjunction with client participation in intensive outpatient group therapy.
Dual Diagnosis Treatment
People struggling with mental illness and substance abuse benefit from this specialized treatment. Each person is given a highly individualized plan addressing their specific concerns about how their psychiatric condition impacts their work in recovery from substance abuse or dependence. Education and skill building focus on abstaining from substances while managing the challenges of mental illness. Clients receive additional support in this program through involvement with Community Support Services.
The Christopher House is a men's residential treatment program addressing substance use disorder. Treatment length is based upon individual need, but typically runs up to 60 days. This allows you plenty of time to practice recovery oriented activities, utilize social supports, and establish yourself in the local recovery community. All of these factors prepare you for taking on a clean and sober lifestyle upon completion of the program.
Jail Assessment and Support Services (JASS)
JASS is an innovative outreach program that provides a unique opportunity for the inmates of Greene County Jail and Xenia Adult Detention Center. Inmates participate in drug and alcohol assessment services, individual counseling, group therapy, referral, and case management services. The JASS program provides further assistance while working closely with the court system, attorneys, family members, and probation officers by coordinating recommended services and arranging for follow-up services after the person is released.