Counseling and Rehabilitative Services


Drug/Alcohol Counseling: Horizon Ridge Clinic creates an effective individualized treatment approach designed completely for the individual client, from marijuana rehab to heroin rehabilitation. We understand that people with substance abuse problems more than likely developed some types of distorted views of what is happening in their world and this can create negative thought and action patterns that are detrimental and very difficult to break. By using a process called Facilitation Counseling, we address these issues from a cognitive or logical perspective, a developmental perspective and a sociological perspective. Our assessment draws out exactly what the individual client needs and compassionately addresses difficult issues, symptoms and other problematic areas that may have never been addressed in the past. We believe this level of compassion, empathy, honesty and patience is what creates our great results and lets our clients go on to lead sober, healthy lives after they leave. The client is assessed by medical professionals as well as therapists and works one on one with these professionals as well as other staff members to get a complete comprehensive picture.

Rehabilitative Services delivered by a qualified Behavioral Specialist: Rehabilitative Mental Health (RMH) interventions are designed to reduce psychosocial dysfunction (e.g. interpersonal cognitive, behavioral development, etc.), and restore recipients to their highest level of functioning, the services are targeting the psychological functioning within a variety of social settings. Rehabilitation goals and objectives are often contingent on the individual’s maintenance of a current level of functioning. In these instances, services that provide assistance in maintaining functioning may be considered rehabilitative only when necessary to help an individual achieve a rehabilitation goal and objectives as defined in the rehabilitation plan. The plan must be reasonable and based on the individual’s diagnosed condition(s) and/or on the standards of practice for provisions of rehabilitative mental and/or behavioral health services to an individual, with regard to the individual’s condition(s). The written rehabilitation plan must ensure that services are provided within the scope (therapeutic intent) of the rehabilitative services and would increase the likelihood that an individual’s disability would be reduced and functional level restored. Rehabilitation plans are living documents and therefore must evolve in concert (show progressive transformations in the amount, duration, and scope of services provided) with the recipient’s functional progress.