Treatment and Recovery Clinic
TARC strives to provide a holistic approach to substance use disorder recovery, Mental health, management, family healing and the development of associated competencies through the use of community based Behavioral Health Services.
The Treatment and Recovery Clinic (TARC) provides Intensive Outpatient (IOP) drug and alcohol treatment, Recovery Support Services (RSS), and Life Skills Education to adolescents (ages 11-17), adults, and families through individual and group services.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP): The overall program that assists in developing the necessary insight into the nature of addiction and help in the process of recovery through group and individual sessions. Groups could include Early Recovery, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Relapse Prevention, Family Education, Co-occurring, and After-Care.
Recovery Support Services (RSS) includes Drug Testing, Life Skills Education & Guidance, Transportation, and Case Management Services for the purposes of coordinating, monitoring and linking clients to community support services.
Life Skills Education includes Anger Management classes, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) or “Thinking for Good” groups, and Independent Living Skills.
GAIN I Assessment – A gathering and an assessment of data to help develop an individualized treatment strategy.
MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy) – A cognitive behavioral treatment strategy designed to help identify maladaptive thinking and learn positive, realistic behaviors.