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Sitike believes that real, sustained recovery is possible for anyone caught in the web of alcohol and/or other drug addiction.
We are committed to assisting all who walk through our doors in understanding why they are here and assist them in developing the tools they need to turn their lives around.- See more at: http://www.sitike.org/#sthash.sD2yQ22L.dpuf
Our mission is to provide community-based counseling and education in a safe and healing environment that embraces the cultural and emotional needs of every client, and to help people find hope, resiliency, and life-affirming change.
* diversity, compassion, healing, and growth are encouraged, valued, and celebrated;
* the devastating effects of substance abuse, mental illness, and violence are diminished;
* relationships, families, and children thrive.
*respectful, empathic, compassionate, dignified, and collaborative in its interactions with clients and staff;
* appreciative of people’s uniqueness, strength, flexibility, and willingness to learn, grow, and change;
*honest and inclusive, honors respectful feedback, and allows for people to question themselves in order to better serve clients and assist one another in their professional growth;
* a learning environment in nature, understanding of the fact that people make mistakes. We value the taking of responsibility and the process of growth that comes from this.
Sitike believes that real, sustained recovery is possible for anyone caught in the web of alcohol and/or other drug addiction. We are committed to assisting all who walk through our doors in understanding why they are here and assist them in developing the tools they need to turn their lives around.
Discover Recovery Program
The Discover Recovery Program is a three- to twelve-month outpatient program for adult men and women. Clients attend two to four times per week based on their individual need.
The program utilizes the evidence-based work of Lisa M. Najavits, PhD, a Professor of Psychiatry and the author of Seeking Safety.
The curriculum links recovery from substance abuse with recovery from mental and emotional challenges and provides guidance for both.
The program combines informational lectures on addiction, mental and physical health- related issues, psycho-education group process, workbook exercises and individual counseling for a comprehensive treatment experience. Clients are assessed for additional occupational, housing, literacy and health care needs and are linked to appropriate services.
Groups are available late afternoon and early evenings Monday through Thursday. English and Spanish-speaking services are available.
Our Anger Management Program consists of 32 hours of group and individual counseling and is based on the philosophies developed and promoted by trauma specialist Lisa Najavitz,PhD and by cognitive-behavioral practioners and agencies such as the National Curriculum & Training Institute.
Women’s Intensive Day Treatment Program
The Women’s Intensive Day Treatment Program is a gender-specific structured, three-phase program with individualized, comprehensive, and intensive services that address participants’ substance use recovery and mental health needs.
Women attend three to five days per week, four hours per day, for a minimum of three months to a maximum of one year.
Transportation to and from the facility and on-site therapeutic day care for the attendees’ children (age five and under) are provided, along with one hot nutritionally-balanced meal.
The program utilizes the evidence-based work of Dr. Stephanie Covington, a clinician, author, organizational consultant, and lecturer who is recognized for her pioneering work in the area of women’s trauma and other issues.
The program includes group and individual therapy; case management; 12-step meeting
attendance monitoring; women’s health education; parenting & child development education; relapse prevention; vocational rehabilitation; anger management, reading,
writing, and math classes and General Education Diploma (GED) preparedness.First Offender Drinking Driver Program For first-time offenders of the Driving Under the Influence (DUI) law, a 12, 32, 45, or 60- hour program is available to meet the court’s requirement for education.
Clients learn about alcohol and other drugs, alcoholism and other addiction-related diseases, about laws related to drinking and driving, and how to avoid a second offense.
Groups are available Monday through Thursday in the late afternoon and early evening and on Friday and Saturday mornings.
English and Spanish-speaking services are available.
Our Counselors are licensed MFT’s and/or State Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors fully trained to work with this population.