Center Point, Inc. (CPI) Men’s Program provide an in-person, twenty-four (24)-hour nonmedical, residential alcohol and/or other drug services. The program is also administered by trained and credentialed personnel providing clinically directed person-centered services.
Originally established in 1971, at this time, CPI’s community-based men’s programs are designed to assist adults (ages 18 and older) in need of an intensive and structured environment with on-site services.
The services provided aim to support those in care in a way to develop, practice and demonstrate recovery skills needed to avoid relapse and/or high-risk behaviors. Therefore, CPI programs seek to restore dignity, values, and self-esteem to each participant and as result help them to achieve their full potential.
Men's Program Focus
The focus of the program treatment is to stabilize and reintegrate the individuals in the community by providing them with necessary coping skills to prevent relapse, in addition to sustain recovery, employment, safe housing, income, and other pro-social norms.
CPI’s integrated and comprehensive programs include counseling, skills training, and supportive services. These will help return participants to their best functional level. Besides that, the treatment services uses therapeutic methods that are designed to address functional challenges related to SUDs and consequently to restore, maintain, and practice interpersonal and independent living skills.
CPI Residential programs include a psycho-educational approach with foundations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), that focuses on problem identification and the development of strategies to overcome them. In addition to the therapeutic program, all clients are assessed for educational, vocational, legal, medical, mental health, dental, and/or social/recreational service needs.
Phases and Rehabilitative Services
Individuals with an assessed need are provided care coordination and an array of rehabilitative services designed to promote positive outcomes. Further, participants are provided educational and vocational skills training to prepare them for job search, work, and an independent living.
Treatment services are provided in phases:
- Initial assessment and stabilization.
- Intensive treatment, care coordination, and recovery services.
- Re-entry services emphasizing vocational preparation, job placement, housing, and discharge planning.
- Continuing care, aftercare, and recovery services.
CPI residential programs provide an array of rehabilitative services designed to promote positive attitudes, values, and skills, including all the following:
- Care Coordination
- Medication Services
- MAT Referrals
- Recovery Services
- Individual Counseling
- Individualized Treatment Planning
- Group Counseling
- Patient Education
- Recreational/cultural activities
- Educational services, including GED preparation and tutoring.
- Vocational training and job placement.
- SUD Crisis Intervention services
- Discharge/aftercare planning
- Family Therapy and reunification.
- Random and routine alcohol and drug screening