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Issues with Alcohol and Other Drugs?

Addiction Information Series (AIS)
Wednesdays 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
$20 per family/per session (regardless of number attending)
or $65 per family for all four sessions (paid in advance)

This series is open to the public and adolescents who are referred by the court system or have recently experienced difficulties in school or at home. Participants do not need to pre-register and are welcome to attend one session or all four. Participants can start at any time as the four sessions are repeated on a continuing basis.

Topics covered in the Addiction Information Series include:

  • Understanding substance abuse
  • Understanding how substance abuse affects the family
  • Understanding trauma and how it affect substance abuse
  • Understanding levels of treatment and options

AIS is approved for Norman Public School's Alternative to Suspension Program (ASP).

Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse
This program meets for a minimum of 9 hrs/week for 6 weeks. Topics include:

  • Understanding the Illness of Addictions
  • Identifying Triggers
  • Steps to Preventing Relapse
  • Connecting Values to Behaviors
  • Understanding Family Relationships
  • Spirituality
  • Life Management

Upon completion of this program, participants will attend Relapse Prevention and Families in Recovery in addition to any or all specialty groups.

Outpatient Treatment Program for Substance Abuse and/or Gambling
Outpatient treatment services are offered to adolescents, adults, and family members. Based on treatment recommendations and participant preferences, participants will attend a Core Program of Recovery Groups and any number of specialty groups based on need. Clients may also attend individual, family and case management sessions.


Co-Occurring Conditions

We have a specialty group for co-occurring conditions that focus on the Link Between Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Physiological and Psychological Effects, Foundations of Recovery and Responsible Thinking.


Preventing Relapse

We offer groups based on the participant's stage in recovery.

Early Recovery

  • Stop the Cycle
  • Identifying Internal Triggers
  • Body Chemistry in Recovery
  • Thinking-Feeling-Doing


Living in Recovery

  • Alcohol
  • Avoiding Relapse Drift
  • Guilt and Shame
  • Motivation and Recovery
  • Anticipating and Preventing Relapse
  • Be Smart-Not Strong
  • Taking Care of Yourself
  • Illness, Managing Anger
  • Coping with Feelings of Depression and Looking Forward
  • Managing Downtime


Relapse Prevention

  • Aging
  • Codependence
  • Compulsions
  • Cravings
  • Friendship
  • Grief
  • Intimacy
  • Justifications
  • Selfishness
  • Thought Stopping