Substance Use Treatment

Therapeutic Substance Use Outpatient Treatment Services are designed to address the disease of addiction and related behavioral concerns that individuals experience throughout their lifetime. Horizon offers specialized program options for clients across the lifespan and their families, as early as age two. 

In addition to the more traditional outpatient therapies, we offer community-based outpatient treatment options and residential recovery services to meet the individual needs of our clients. We deliver a broad range of programming with clinical teams who have specialized training to meet the unique needs of their clients.

Horizon's Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment Teams are equipped with a Trauma Informed Care perspective and training in evidence-based treatment modalities to meet the needs of our clients in both a 1:1 and group format. Group therapies are led by specialized clinicians and provide opportunities for in-depth discussions around the complexity of addiction, its underlying causes, and the essential elements to maintaining sobriety.

Peer Recovery Support Specialists are embedded in our substance use disorder treatment programming. Peers are individuals with lived substance use and/or mental health experience who serve as role models, advocates, and support to those in treatment. Peers encourage pro-social behaviors and activities and assist clients with linkages to recovery resources. Peer support is essential to living with the disease of addiction, so we offer individual and group counseling sessions facilitated by Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS) who have completed their peer certification.