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The Seven Challenges Program is designed for young people ages 12 – 17 who are struggling with consequences of drug and/or alcohol use. We assist the young person in looking at themselves, examining choices made, and exploring options to new ways of thinking and acting in order to meet their goals. Once such decisions are made, we provide the tools and support that ensures success.
Utilizing individual sessions with youth the Seven Challenges Program addresses the behavior and the underlying causes and lifestyle issues associated with alcohol/drug use.
The Seven Challenges Program places a special emphasis on creating a climate of mutual respect so that individuals can talk openly and honestly about themselves. We engage young people in actively thinking about their alcohol or other drug use, and its effect upon their lives.
Working through The Seven Challenges helps youth understand what needs they are meeting by using drugs, what harm they are causing, what risks they are taking, and what it entails to give up a drug using lifestyle.
Our specially trained counselors join with youth and their families as problem-solving partners. We help young people overcome co-occurring problems and learn to meet their needs in positive ways so they are in a position to make a commitment to change.
Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (ACRA) is a substance abuse counseling program designed for young people ages 12 – 17 who are struggling with the consequences of drug and/or alcohol use.
ACRA has been proven effective in reducing adolescent substance abuse by providing intensive, individual counseling sessions for the young person. Additional sessions include parents/caregivers with services being provided in youth’s home or a community site and includes:
For more information contact Estrella Griggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-492-4673
Seeking Safety is an evidence-based treatment model that addresses the co-occurring diagnoses of trauma and substance abuse.
Trauma is re-experienced, avoided, associated with symptoms of arousal/reactivity and associated with negative cognitions and mood.