Sober Living Services | Primary Purpose Behavioral Health
The services below are available as stand alone or within our sober living housing program.
Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that focuses on teaching individuals skills to manage intense emotions, develop healthy relationships, and increase mindfulness.
In DBT therapy, clients learn strategies such as emotion regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and mindfulness to help them cope with difficult situations and improve their overall quality of life.
Targeted Case Management (TCM)
What is Targeted Case Management? (TCM)
TCM is a service that helps individuals with complex needs access and navigate the healthcare system, social services, and other community resources.
TCM services are typically provided by trained professionals who work closely with clients to develop and implement a comprehensive care plan, and coordinate services and supports across multiple providers and systems to ensure that the client's needs are being met.
Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy
Our intensive outpatient treatment using group therapy consists of three groups per week, lasting three hours each. Our intensive outpatient group program is focused on substance abuse treatment and helping facilitate recovery from addiction.
What is Individual Therapy? Individual therapy is a type of mental health treatment where a therapist works one-on-one with a client to address their unique needs and concerns.
Primary Purpose Behavioral Health individual therapy gives clients the opportunity to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a safe and supportive environment, and work towards their personal goals with the guidance and expertise of a trained mental health professional.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Group (ACT)
What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)?
ACT is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes mindfulness, acceptance, and values-driven action to help individuals develop psychological flexibility and cope with difficult thoughts and feelings.
In ACT therapy, clients learn to observe and accept their experiences without judgment, and then take committed action based on their values, rather than being controlled by their thoughts and emotions.
What is Medication Management?
Primary Purpose Behavioral Health APRN-led medication management program offers individualized treatment plans for patients struggling with substance use disorders, including those who may benefit from MAT such as Suboxone.
Our Advanced Practice Registered Nurse is highly trained and experienced in prescribing and monitoring medications for addiction treatment, and works closely with patients to assess their needs and adjust their treatment plans as necessary. We believe in a comprehensive approach that includes ongoing counseling and support to help patients achieve and maintain recovery. Our goal is to provide compassionate, evidence-based care that meets the unique needs of each patient, and helps them achieve their recovery goals.