The Choice Is Mine:
Our services include substance use addiction counseling referrals services. Telehealth is also available with these referrals due to the COVID-19 as we follow the guideline to keep everyone safe. We provide referrals to a comprehensive service for gender specific ages 18 and older.
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Our scope services and referrals include:
· Development of Life Skills/Professional Skills
· Problem Solving Skills
· Socialization and Networking
· Substance Abuse Assessments and referrals
· Community Meeting/ 12-Step Meeting
· Drug Screens
· Case Management
· One on One and Group Counseling
· Telemedical/ Virtual Counseling
When a new individual comes to TCIM Sober Living Place, learning new life skills are essential to maintaining sobriety. One of these skills is building healthy relationships with others. Another KEY factor is time management, as this will help build a daily schedule to help prevent boredom. Boredom can be a trigger for relapse. The first 30 days are important, because as individuals engage in their recovery, this can become challenging. People come to the program in desperate states, but with the experience of others, the process of change will improve lives, as one strives to reach their full potential by making better choices.
The campaign Talk, they hear you is geared for children 12-18
“Talk They Can Hear You Campaign”
TCIM Are Now Partners with SAMHSA!
DID YOU KNOW?
In the past decade, a total of 19.5 million women aged 18 and older have used at least one illicit drug or substance. Women may use drugs in smaller amounts than men, but they feel the effects more strongly. Men and women that grow up in addiction, the lifestyles become learned behavior, therefore perpetuating a vicious generational cycle. Children are at the root of this cycle.
The goal of the TCIM Sober Living Place is to bridge the gap from the parent to the children.
The objectives will work toward the broader goal of reducing underage drinking and substance use in the community.
Goal: Increase parents’ awareness of the prevalence and risk of underage drinking and substance use.
TCIM will help bridge the gap from parent to the children and the desired outcome is for the family to become more unified.
This platform is implemented by SAMHSA.gov
The 7.5 million patients who have ever had any substance use disorder (SUD) in a life time, were 1.5 times more likely than others to have a COVID-19 diagnosis.
Those with an opioid use disorder (OUD) were 2.4 times more likely to have COVID-19 than those without, followed by people with cocaine use disorder (1.6 times), alcohol use disorder (1.4 times), and tobacco use disorder (smoking or vaping; 1.3 times).
Reference NIDA. 2020, October 5. New Evidence on Substance Use Disorders and COVID-19 Susceptibility.