Dauphin Way Lodge is certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health to provide multi-levels of substance use treatment services. Our team of certified counselors utilizes evidence based models of therapy to address the mental, emotional, social, and physical impairments common with substance use disorders.
- Psychoeducational Group
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- Family Psychoeducational Groups
- Family Therapy
- Community Recovery Groups
- Community Resources Groups
- Random Drug Screens
- HIV/AIDS Education & Testing
- Relapse Prevention
- Employment/Vocational Counseling
- Recreational Activities
- Daily Living Recovery Skills
- Peer Support Services
- Case Management
- Medication Monitoring
- All applicants must:
- Be age 19 or older.
- Complete a substance use screening and placement assessment identifying a substance use disorder.
- Priority treatment services are given to:
- Pregnant individuals with intravenous (IV) substance use disorders.
- Pregnant individuals with substance use disorders.
- All other individuals with IV substance use disorders.
- Women with substance use disorders and dependent children.
- HIV + individuals with substance use disorders.
- All other individuals with substance use disorders.
Levels of Care:
- Level III.3
- Clinically Managed Medium Intensity Residential Treatment where participants are provided intense and comprehensive treatment sessions. This program is for males only who are having difficulty maintaining alcohol/drug abstinence in their home environment and managing basic living skills.
- Level III.1
- Clinically Managed Low Intensity Residential Treatment where participants are provided lower frequency of comprehensive treatment sessions. This program can be a step-down program from a more intensive program or provide the needed environment for stability.
- Level III.01
- Transitional Residential Treatment assists in the reintegration of its participants into society. This halfway house styled program is designed for men who have completed a more intensive treatment program and are receiving aftercare services. Case management and peer services assist clients with pursuing an independent lifestyle of recovery.
- Level I
- Outpatient Treatment Program (OP) offers less than 8 hours of treatment services weekly to provide a step down level of care and assist clients in committing to treatment and change.