Co-Occurring Services

Park Center offers a variety of programs and services for adults with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance use.  With varying levels of intensity, these programs complement each other, providing a continuum of care that provides the individual with increased support and opportunity for recovery. Park Center's Co-Occurring Services has been certified as a Co-Occurring Disorders Capable program by the Tennessee Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuses Services.

 

 Programs

  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP):  This program is an alternative to residential treatment for adults with mental illness and substance use related disorders that cannot be treated exclusively in an outpatient setting.   Services are designed to help the individual work on problem behaviors and acquire skills necessary to live as independently as possible. Services are provided between nine (9) and nineteen (19) hours per week.  It is not time-limited; however, clients must continue to meet American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Patient Placement Criteria for this service.
  • Outpatient Program (OP):   The Outpatient Program is designed to meet people where they are in the stages of recovery.  Services offered include individual counseling, group counseling and eventually, ongoing access to an Alumni Group.  The program is nine (9) hours or less per week.  It is not time-limited; however clients must continue to meet the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria for this service.
  • Co-Occurring Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PSR):  This is a voluntary program operated five days a week for adults with mental illness and substance use (which may be primary or secondary).  It is not time-limited.  It provides education and support through a variety of evidence-based, co-occurring groups and educational classes.  Individuals who are enrolled in the Outpatient or the Intensive Outpatient Program may participate in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program when not attending other programs.

 

Services Offered 

  • Individual and/or Group Counseling by a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and/or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
  • Stage of Change Assessment and Treatment Recommendations
  • Drug Testing
  • Therapeutic Groups and Evidence-Based Practice groups such as Hazelden’s Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, 12-Step Facilitation Therapy, Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR), Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP)
  • Recovery and Relapse Prevention classes
  • Pre-employment groups, employment placement and employment supports
  • Family support and education
  • AfterCare Services and Alumni Support Groups

 

Who is Eligible?  

Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP) programs

  • For adults (18 and over) with a diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness and current substance use
  • Not appropriate for individuals with intellectual disabilities who have an IQ of less than 70

Co-Occurring Psychiatric Rehabilitation program

  • For adults (18 and over) with a diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness and substance use
  • Must have TennCare insurance
  • Not appropriate for individuals with intellectual disabilities who have an IQ of less than 70

 

How To Apply

A completed referral form is required. To complete the online Referral Form, click here.   

To download a paper Referral Form, click here. Paper forms should be emailed to referral@parkcenternashville.org or faxed to 615-650-8917.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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