Duke City Recovery Toolbox offers a wide array of services to care for individuals and families struggling to rebuild their lives affected by substance abuse and addiction.
Addiction Recovery Services
Substance abuse and addiction are complicated issues that arise from social, emotional and physical factors. In order for addiction recovery to be effective, all aspects of substance abuse must be addressed, and at DCRT, they are.
Outpatient services for drug abuse and alcohol abuse include:
- Substance abuse diagnosis (often required for Medicaid coverage)
- Recovery medications (methadone, suboxone, naltrexone, narcan)
- On-site pharmacy
- Medical services
- Mental Health Evaluations and Behavioral Health therapy
All terms of treatment are determined by participants’ needs, not dictated by a manual or expert’s opinion.
Mental Health Services
Addressing behaviors and chemical dependency are only part of a comprehensive addiction recovery treatment program. DCRT integrates care of the whole person—including care and recovery support with and for their families and friends affected by addiction.
We offer multiple types of therapy to provide education and counseling for individuals and their families to help them cope and heal.
Our mental health services are available to anyone in the community.
DCRT works with government and private agencies to help get the financial and recovery support you need to rebuild your life. We coordinate care and coverage with VA Support Services, Probation/Parole Department Support Services and Medicaid. (We do not accept private insurance at this time.) We are also part of other networks that may assist with other recovery-related challenges, including housing, food, employment, etc.
Contact us to schedule an appointment to begin addiction recovery services at Duke City Recovery Toolbox. Intake appointments are scheduled at 5:00 am Monday through Thursday. Walk-ins are welcome from 6:00 am-8:00 am Monday through Thursday. Dosing hours are Monday through Friday 5:00 am-1:00 pm, 2:00 pm-10:00 pm.