Healthcare Professional Substance Use Disorder Treatment
This outpatient Healthcare Professional Substance Use Disorder Treatment program is for healthcare professionals who have a substance use disorder. Healthcare professionals will gain a solid understanding of addiction, recovery, and the unique challenges that can lead to chemical use in the healthcare setting.
- Group counseling
- Individual counseling
- Care coordination
- Family programming
- Drug screening
- Peer-led alumni group support
- Address topics such as returning to work in a high-stress environment, professional shame, and how to engage with co-workers after returning to work
- Navigate interactions with HPSP
- Identify environmental and emotional triggers for substance use and mental health issues
- Develop insight into oneself and behaviors, strategies for change and practical coping skills to avoid relapse and increase the quality of life
- Engage with the family and community to develop a solid support system and an effective continuing care plan
- Teach and encourage ongoing skills use, good nutrition, exercise, life management skills, and overall physical and emotional health
- Teach and practice recreational and social activities that exclude the use of alcohol and other drugs
Four – 3-hour groups for 10 weeks. Step down to one – 3-hour group for 10 weeks. Weekly individual sessions throughout treatment.
New Brighton Clinic
Approximately 20 weeks depending on individual progress. Clients will be assessed for a programming level of need.
For more information on our programs and scheduling, please contact our coordinators or call SUD Admissions at 651-529-8479.
Forms for this program can be found on our Patient Forms page by clicking here.