RiverView Recovery Center offers an extensive list of outpatient programs that allow patients the ability to receive high-caliber clinical care while maintaining commitments to work, family and home.

Outpatient services are offered at all of  RiverView Recovery’s locations: Crookston, East Grand Forks, Roseau and Thief River Falls.

Treatments include:

Day Treatment: This program serves individuals that meet criteria for a substance-use disorder that do not require 24 hour monitoring, yet require more than an intensive outpatient program. Day Treatment is 4 hours a day, during normal business hours. Day treatment includes education; individual, group and family counseling. Duration is 4 weeks, Monday through Friday, for 80 hours.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): The IOP program is less intense than the Day Treatment Program. It is a minimum of 9 hours of service per week. Individuals in the IOP program will participate in individual, group and family counseling. Duration is 6-8 weeks, 3 hours per session, 3 times a week.

Relapse Prevention: This program provides care to individuals that have completed a higher level of care and require on-going services to strengthen skills and insight. Duration is 12 weeks, once weekly for 2 hours.

Individual Care: This level of care is provided to those individuals that have completed a higher level of outpatient services but require additional care. This is often required when a person presents with clinically significant issues that require further attention. Individually determined one hour sessions, once weekly, duration of up to 3 months.

Driving with Care (DWC); Driving While Impaired (DWI) education: RiverView has three certified DWC facilitators that provide a cognitive-behavioral treatment course for DWI offenders. A level 1 education program is provided for first time DWI offenders. This education course is committed to reducing future impaired driving offenses and also future alcohol and other drug related problems. This program is in development. The schedule is tentatively set at 12 hours delivered in six sessions. This will be determined by enough participants.

Rule 25: Alcohol and Drug Assessments: Each of RiverView’s licensed counselors provide Rule 25 assessments on a weekly basis. Rule 25 assessments are generally for people seeking to know if they are drug or alcohol dependent and what treatment options are available. Emergency assessments are also available.

Family Program: This program entails inviting loved ones of those in treatment to take part in an educational program to learn more about addiction, recovery, and the ways in which everyone in an addict’s circle of friends and family can be impacted by addiction.

Also incorporated into these programs is education on nutrition, financial health, fitness, occupation therapy and a variety of other topics.

For more information on any of these RiverView Recovery Center programs, call the location nearest you: Crookston, 218-281-9511 or 701-740-3606; East Grand Forks, 218-230-0787 and 218-230-0650; Roseau, 218-436-3447; or Thief River Falls, 218-681-8019. Director, Curtis Hamre, LADC, 701-740-3606, call or text. Rule 25 Assessor, Chemical Health Evaluation, 218-280-9188, call or text.