910 W. Center Avenue |
Visalia | CA | 93291
Fax: (559) 697-4648
Youth Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment
Champions’ Youth Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment programs provide treatment and recovery support services for youth and adolescents experiencing substance use disorders. Champions programs are designed to help youth and adolescents maintain a positive and productive drug-free lifestyle that promotes meaningful and beneficial relationships and connections to family, peers, and the community both during treatment and after treatment ends.
Champions program serves adolescents aged 12-20 who are experiencing both substance use and mental health disorders. Though the program accepts walk-in participants, most are referred directly from the Department of Probation, Tulare County.
The DRC and FDRC serve to provide structure and skills to individuals struggling with a variety of social and criminal justice issues. Mental health and substance abuse co-occurring issues are addressed through individualized treatment by licensed and certified professionals. Participants will receive services that will empower them to:
- Assessment (substance use, mental health, and risk)
- Individualized Treatment & Discharge planning
- Intensive Case Management
- Drug Screening/ Testing
- Community Supervision
- Psychological Assessment
Champions Youth SUD Treatment programs address substance use disorders and strengthen families through comprehensive and collaborative services including case management, individual, group, and family counseling, drug and alcohol education, and child development and parenting. Program staff will perform complete intakes and psychosocial assessments for each client utilizing the Teen Addiction Severity Index (TASI). Assessments include medical histories, drug use histories, legal, vocational, educational, and mental health information.
Furthermore, Champions Youth SUD Treatment programs provide linkage and referral services to additional substance use and mental health treatment programs at Champions and other community-based providers, as well as linkage to our collaborative networks that provide housing, food, clothing, and transportation for those in need.