Help and Hope for Recovery from Addiction
Outpatient treatment varies in the types and intensity of services offered. Outpatient treatment costs less than residential or inpatient treatment and often is more suitable for people with jobs and/or extensive social supports. In our outpatient programs, group counseling is a major component. Our outpatient program is designed to treat individuals who have addiction to alcohol or drugs and who may also have general mental health issues such as poor coping skills, anxiety or depression. All of our counselors are trained to work with those whose lives are impacted by trauma. We can help you cope with personal trauma if it’s a barrier to your recovery from addiction. Most lasting change happens gradually over time. With each new success, an individual learns to re-build and manifest recovery behaviors. If relapse occurs, it becomes part of the process of working toward lifelong change.
At GHS, we are committed to help you obtain the services you need to rebuild your life.
Our counselors are experienced in helping those who are referred and may have limited motivation, as well as those who are ready to put recovery into action. We support an individual’s choice to use medication to assist with recovery. We will assess and refer to an appropriate provider for medications to assist you in achieving your recovery goals.
- Assessment – to find out what your specific strengths, needs, abilities and preferences are needed for your recovery
- Individualized Treatment Planning – to assist in identifying your goals for your recovery and to keep the treatment process focused
- Individual Counseling – to speak privately to a counselor about your concerns and possible barriers to progress
- Group Counseling – to build social support and a sense of connection; to laugh together, to share solutions, and to learn to connect with others without the use of substances
- Family Support and Education – to assist your family and/or friends to understand the progression of addiction and the growth of recovery
- Transition and Discharge Planning and Referral – to assure your needs are addressed as you move through the stages of change
- Help with Employment – Our staff will assist in developing employment skills as part of your treatment, if this is one of your goals
- Gastineau House (GH) – Sober living with in-house treatment, case management, recovery-based activities, and ongoing assistance for individuals who have completed residential treatment and/or need additional support and structure for their recovery
*Currently males only.
Services can be paid for using Medicaid or a sliding scale for self-pay.
Gastineau House is a Sober Living Home with a 2.5 ASAM LOC treatment component.
ASAM 2.5 is considered a Partial Hospitalization Service (PHS) with 20 or more hours (weekly) of outpatient treatment to meet the complex needs of people with addiction and co-co-occurring conditions. PHS is an organized service that delivers treatment services during the day, as day treatment, yet does not require 24-hour inpatient care. This service will be delivered in the educational room of the Gastineau House. Evidenced-based services include process and psychoeducational groups, individual counseling, and case management services will be provided by a multidisciplinary staff.
Gastineau House is a separate housing facility with 10 beds for adult men, who are currently homeless, and have a substance use disorder. Duration is varied based on treatment goal completion and can run anywhere from 4 months to 6 months, with an additional 2 months of housing services provided.
To apply for the program, complete the GHS treatment application or email your request to: email@example.com
The Juno House is a drug- and alcohol-free Transitional Living Program at Gastineau Human Services (GHS) which provides men and women with the opportunity to build a foundation from which to become independent and self-reliant. Through our Client Resource Coordinators we will assist you in rebuilding your life. We will help with housing applications, applying for assistance as needed and job searching. We accept people from all walks of life, whether you’re homeless, recently incarcerated, in recovery or any combination of these, we want to help you.
Glacier Manor Community Residential Center is our housing component for people who are currently criminally involved. Residents are housed in an apartment style living environment. Residents are allowed off campus to work, obtain treatment, and to reintegrate into their families and our community. Our round the clock staff is here to provide support when needed and to provide security for the community.
In addition to our 24 hour staff we have a team of case managers that help clients to navigate the road to reentry. They help clients with on campus job searching, they assist with obtaining housing, and connecting residents with treatment.
While at Glacier Manor clients are allowed most personal items. Personal electronic devices are only allowed if they don’t take or store video.
To send mail to a resident:
5597 Aisek St.
Juneau AK 99801