A substance abuse assessment can be provided as a stand-alone service. This assessment includes written screening and assessment instruments, client history including substance use, mental health, and other contributing factors, as well as a urine drug screen. The fee for the assessment is $50.00. However, if the individual is enrolled in the Early Intervention or Outpatient programs of Our Place, the assessment fee is included in those program fees.
In compliance with most local schools alternative to suspension and expulsion policies for alcohol, tobacco or other drug policy violations, Our Place can provide a substance abuse assessment, drug screening, and referral for appropriate level of intervention. At minimum the Early Intervention Program has been approved and accepted by most local school districts for first violation, subsequent services including outpatient can be provided if there are secondary policy violations. Please contact Our Place for more information.
Our Place utilizes FDA-approved urine collection cups and staff trained in on-site collection and chain of custody procedures. If positive, samples can then be sent to Redwood Toxicology Laboratories for confirmation within 48 hours of receipt. Screens include a fourteen-panel cup that screens for Cocaine, Marijuana, Amphetamines, Methamphetamine, MDMA, Benzodiazepines, Methadone, Oxycodone, Buprenorphine, Morphine, Tramadol, Fentanyl, Alcohol, and K2 Spice. Costs for urine drug screens are $20.00 on-site and if sent for confirmation cost an additional $25.00. Urine screening for synthetic stimulants and synthetic Cannabinoids is also available at $35.00 for each screen and results are available within 72 hours.
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“Impact of Substance Abuse on Families” educational presentation
This includes employee/supervisor education and training, substance abuse assessment, urine drug screens, and referral to Early Intervention or Outpatient services as appropriate. Written documentation (following HIPPA and Federal Confidentiality Law (42CFR part 2) regarding assessment, program participation, and discharge will be provided upon request.
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Floyd County VOICE is a part of VOICE Indiana, a statewide youth empowerment program whose mission is to engage, educate, and empower young people to celebrate tobacco-free lifestyles. This includes learning about and sharing with others, especially teens, but also with community members and leaders about:
• the health hazards of vaping, smoking and all forms of tobacco;
• the decades of deceptive marketing by Big Tobacco, spending $293,000,000 per year JUST IN INDIANA, especially targeting teens, marginal and low-income populations;
• resources available to help stop smoking … and so much more.
Learn more at @floydcountyvoice on Instagram and at Floyd County VOICE on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Floyd-County-VOICE-112836727254415)
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If you think a friend, loved one, or an employee has a problem with alcohol, marijuana, or other illicit drugs, or you would like to schedule a training or presentation, or would like more information, please feel free to call Our Place at 812-945-3400.
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