Mission: To maintain an alcoholism rehabilitation and information center. To increase understanding of alcoholism, to educate the community on alcoholism disease and to promote adequate facilities and services for the diagnosis and treatment of persons with alcoholism
Programs: Outpatient treatment services use a therapeutic combination of proven treatment approaches including 12-step recovery, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and readiness for change. Treatment is based off of the specific needs of each individual as determined by a licensed counselor.
the foundation operates a 22-bed residential facility that offers a warm and inviting atmosphere in which clients can experience recovery. Staffed 24/7, this treatment option offers scheduled activities along with individual and group sessions. Specially trained staff are available around the clockto help individuals through withdrawal and to assist them in seeking further services to address their broader chemical abuse issues.
the foundation collaborates with salina regional health center and stormont vail to offer substance abuse related medical services, including suboxone dispensation. Patients are assessed using sbirt (screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment) and if necessary, will meet with a licensed counselor to address their unique needs.
other program services include prevention and education programs. Prevention programs include a regional prevention center, tobacco use prevention coalition, and the saline county impact coalition. Education programs include the alochol and drug information school (adis), the salina weekend intervention program (swip), youth education and safety (yes), tobacco cessation classes, batterer's intervention program and anger management classes.