Treatment that fits into your life.
PAC Outpatient Treatment Programs are built upon our experience helping hundreds of clients successfully recover from addiction and mental health disorders, and we will find the right program for you.
To successfully recover, you have to embrace your treatment program and commit to attending all individual and group therapy sessions. You also need to be in a program that will allow you to enjoy a fulfilling life outside treatment. That’s why we offer most of our services five days per week both via telehealth and in-person at one of our conveniently located centers throughout NYC.
For many, virtual sessions are just as effective as traditional face-to-face treatments. PAC telehealth programs allow our therapists to connect with you and provide counseling services in ways that best suit your schedule, responsibilities, and needs.
However, if you prefer, come into one of PAC’s newly renovated facilities for your individual and/or group treatment sessions. Meeting in the privacy of your counselor’s office and personally with others in recovery creates an atmosphere that can be very beneficial in moving forward to a life full of hope and opportunity.
We know that recovery takes time, but you can do it.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
If you are just starting to recover or transitioning from a higher level of care, our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) may be the best level of care.
PAC’s IOP program is evidence-based and structured. We have the most experienced counselors and other medical professionals to help you overcome addiction and a wide variety of mental health issues. All IOP treatment sessions are available by telehealth or in-person.
Most of our clients spend 4-6 weeks in IOP before transitioning into our Outpatient Therapy and Counseling program.
Intensive outpatient treatment can be as effective as inpatient treatment. However, you must show up and participate in all the program sessions.
The program includes:
- Individualized plans
- Group, individual, education, and family sessions
- The program usually lasts between 4-6 weeks
Outpatient Programs (OP)
Our outpatient program is a great way to get your life back on track if you’re struggling to stay clean and sober and manage depression and anxiety. PAC uses personalized evidence-based counseling to treat most addiction and mental health disorders and build upon your recovery foundation after completing a higher level of care. Our outpatient program can provide continued support if you have just completed an IOP program.
The program includes:
- Individualized plans
- Group, individual and support sessions
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Our treatment programs can work to help you recover from alcohol and drug abuse and treat a multitude a multitude of other psychological issues. Adding medication to your therapy program can be very effective if you are addicted to opioids, alcohol, and other substances and suffer from additional mental health challenges. All the medications we use are FDA-approved.
Our goal is to improve your physical and emotional well-being and give you the support needed to overcome addiction. The compassionate and highly trained doctors leading our MAT program will work with your counselors to assess if MAT would help you succeed in recovery and identify the right prescription medication for you.
Our MAT plan medications include:
Buprenorphine (Suboxone, Subutex, and Sublocade), a medication that helps prevent cravings for opioids and makes withdrawal feel less intense.
Naltrexone (Vivitrol), a monthly injectable medication that has been clinically proven to reduce the chances of relapse.
Psychiatric Medication During your MAT program, dedicated PAC therapists will provide you with psychiatric counseling designed to help you prevent relapse and lead a healthy, addiction-free life.
We understand that drug and alcohol abuse can have serious consequences. If you need a court-ordered DUI screening and assessment, please call us. We can provide these services. If treatment is recommended, PAC can serve as your 3 to 6-month Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) registered DUI outpatient program. Our counselors will encourage you to look deeper into the causes of your addiction and focus on providing you with a path to living a life free of substance abuse.
Domestic Abuse & Abusive Partners Intervention Program (APIP)
The PAC Abusive Partners Intervention Program (APIP) is offered as an educational group experience designed to resolve issues of domestic abuse, power, and control within intimate relationships. Our qualified clinicians are dedicated to supporting men and women who have been identified as exhibiting abusive and/or violent behaviors through mandated sources, such as Family and Integrated Domestic Violence Courts, and through self-referral and non-mandated referral sources.
The Program educates clients about the cycle of power and control and teaches alternative behaviors that promote responsibility, accountability, and respect.
- Finding healthy ways to engage with your partner non-violently
- Understanding the connections between violence, sex, and coercion
- Mastering the skills of support, trust, accountability, sexual respect, and honesty
- Learning effective problem-solving and conflict-resolution
- Developing healthy thought patterns and pro-social behaviors
The PAC’s Anger Management Program is a 12-week court-approved program designed to help individuals move toward a healthy control of angry feelings. Our group format provides a supportive platform where clients can learn to release emotions in healthy and constructive ways.
- Learning to manage the intensity of your anger
- Identifying circumstances and situations that lead to anger
- Implementing calming and coping strategies to manage anger
- Learning new responses to anger that do not include aggression
- Developing a plan to constructively address situations and stressors that trigger anger