Addiction Recovery and Treatment Services (ARTS) is an intensive outpatient program for adolescents and adults.
This adult-based program is focused on the reduction of moderate or severe substance use. It utilizes evidence-based interventions with a focus on wellness, recovery, and resiliency. The curriculum is focused to increase knowledge on substances while introducing coping skills, and increasing linkage with local community resources.
Our program partners with local community resources to ensure all providers are effectively coordinating care. This program includes individual, family, and group counseling while linking active participants with our agency psychiatrist and providing education about medication management.
To qualify for ARTS, the individual must be:
- Medicaid eligible
- Diagnosed with at least one substance abuse related and addictive disorder as described in the DSM-S, excluding tobacco, caffeine and/or non-substance related addictive disorders.
Settings – office classroom
Hours of Service – 12pm to 3pm; up to 3 hours per day, 3 days per week as long as clinically necessary
Days of Services - 3 days per week
Frequency of Services – up to 3 hours per day, 3 days per week as long as clinically necessary
Payer of Services – Virginia Medicaid; sliding fee scale
Fees – $40.00 up to $350.00 per session (sliding fee scale)
Referral Sources – community partners, Managed Care Organizations, self-referral, physicians’ offices, family, friends, other behavioral health agencies, Department of Social Services, EPIC internal programs, Office of Children’s’ Services (CSA), Department of Corrections
Specific Services Offered – psychoeducation regarding substance use disorders, integration of coping skills to reduce usage, intensive group therapy