Adult Substance Use Rehabilitation

When the use of alcohol or drugs interferes with someone’s daily activities – job, family life, social life, it is a sign of something serious. That is why Preferred Family Healthcare provides professional substance use treatment tailored to fit each person’s needs. Preferred Family provides a full continuum of services for people experiencing substance use problems.

Preferred Family has services available including group therapy, individual counseling, alcohol and drug education, recreational therapy, relapse prevention, and an introduction to support groups. Some groups focus on special topics like assertiveness, stress management, relapse prevention, and family dynamics.

Client Testimonial Mike – Adult Drug and Alcohol
One of the most important things that I learned about myself was that I could love myself, that I am somebody, that I don't have to turn my life over to drugs..


With admission into Preferred Family Healthcare each person is assigned a counselor. Counselors provide individual counseling as well as group therapy. They teach about the negative effects of substance use and teach skills needed to support a healthy lifestyle, free of alchohol and drugs.

Community Support Specialist

CSS (Community Support Specialist) workers serve as the professional liaison with referral sources, employers, medical professionals, attorneys, and other community resources. Community Support Specialists teach life skills and coordinate aftercare. They access community resources for assistance with housing, utilities, clothing, education, childcare and healthcare. Our Community Support Specialists also address how to have sober “fun” and encourage healthy social activities.


After any kind of substance use treatment, most people need continuing support. In addition to self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, many people benefit from Preferred Family’s continued support through counseling and groups. Aftercare addresses issues such as relapse prevention, responsibility, and healthy relationships. Alumni groups are also being developed to further assist in relapse prevention.

25 locations offer Adult Substance Use Rehabilitation

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