Recovery & Abatement Services
The Substance Awareness Center is committed to serving the community by reducing the impact of substance-abuse and to aid in the recovery of those who wish to rebuild what they have lost. To that end, we offer a variety of beneficial services.
- We provided over 1700 individual counseling sessions at little to no cost to the persons served almost 3000 group counseling sessions during FY 17-18.
- 85% of persons serve report Satisfaction with services
- Conducted outreach groups and MAT education with 100 inmates at the Indian River County jail
The financial benefit to you of becoming a Drug-Free Workplace is that stopping substance abuse in the workplace is linked to reduced theft, fewer accidents, and increased productivity and profits.
And, you will receive a five percent reduction in your workman’s compensation insurance premium.
The Recovery Assistance Program is dedicated to providing men & women with a sober living environment structured to facilitate their transition into both the recovering community and society. The goal for our program is to provide a safe, clean, and supportive recovery environment with services that help nurture the development of a healthy recovering support system. While providing structure and support, we also guide our residents in developing the necessary tools that eventually lead them to live in recovery on their own.
The Substance Awareness Center of Indian River County (SAC) is licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) to provide outpatient treatment services for individuals with substance use disorders. The outpatient program is designed to meet the needs of adults with substance use and co-occurring psychiatric and substance use conditions, along with their families as identified.
The Substance Awareness Center of Indian River County (SAC) is licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) to provide Day/Night Treatment services for individuals with substance use conditions. The Day Treatment program serves adults with substance use and co-occurring psychiatric and substance use conditions, along with their families as identified.
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