About Us

Our Mission and Philosophy

It is our mission to provide quality and affordable substance abuse, mental health, and co-occurring disorder treatment services to adults, adolescents, and their families utilizing the latest advances in the behavioral health field.  At ICC, we believe that effective treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders must be strength-based and multidisciplinary.  Our treatment team includes a psychiatrist, licensed clinical social workers, a nurse practitioner, a licensed professional counselor, and alcohol and drug counselors who understand the chronic and progressive nature of these illnesses.

We believe a structured environment with a consistent daily schedule helps stabilize clients whose lives feel out of control.  Individuals with co-occurring disorders need the guidance and support of highly skilled professionals who specialize in working with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.  By treating both disorders in one program, our treatment staff can work together to develop an effective treatment plan.

During treatment, we focus on the biological, holistic and spiritual aspects of addiction, depression, anxiety and mood disorders, providing clients with tools for living an improved quality of life.  ICC integrates a combination of 12 step principles, evidence based education, and cognitive behavioral therapy to meet the unique needs of each client.

Our clients experience successful outcomes from treatment as they learn how to stay clean and sober using newly acquired strength-based coping skills, stress reduction techniques and by establishing a supportive recovery network.  Our individualized Outpatient Treatment, Family, and Aftercare Programs are designed to support clients through the critical first year of recovery.

Treatment at Innovative Counseling & Consulting, Inc. is grounded in the following principles:

  1. Respect and empathy for the individual
  2. Belief in the individuals capacity to change
  3. Provision of culturally competent services
  4. Recognition of the importance of family and peers to the recovery process
  5. A dedication to evidence-based treatment and to the best practices in the field.

 

 

 

 

 

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