Co-Occurring Disorder Program

Each program that Abria Recovery provides is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have two or more DSM-5 diagnoses with at least one being a Substance Use Disorder and the other is a Mood or Anxiety Disorder. The Co-Occurring Disorders program places an emphasis on treating both conditions at the same time.

Abria Recovery utilizes SAMHSA TIP 42- Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders. This module reviews techniques, mainly from the substance abuse field, that have been found to be especially useful in the treatment of clients with co-occurring disorders. It also illustrates the application to practice using case studies from the TIP 42 text.

The following are among the most common co-occurring mental health disorders: 

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Depressive Disorders

  • Bipolar Disorders

  • Personality Disorders

  • Adjustment Disorders

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Throughout our various levels of care, our counselors provide services using evidence-based treatments. Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotional Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Psychodynamic Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy have all been shown by carefully controlled studies to be effective in treating addiction and other Psychiatric Disorders. We make every effort to use only interventions that have been proven to be effective.

Abria Recovery has specialized and highly trained alcohol and drug counselors and mental health providers that hold valid licenses in the state of Minnesota.

High Intensity Outpatient Program (HIOP) with or without Lodging

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This program will assist individuals in becoming more self-sufficient while building motivation, refusal skills, coping skills, increasing resiliency in addition to addressing mental and chemical health concerns. The High-Intensity Outpatient Program (HIOP) groups are designed to be a safe space to learn, process and seek to understand more about each individual’s past experiences and how that impacts their decisions and actions. Abria Recovery’s HIOP is beneficial for individuals who have a demonstrated need for a higher level of structure and support.

Clients who are enrolled in our High-Intensity Outpatient Program (HIOP) are required to attend groups Monday - Friday and a weekly individual session with their primary counselor. Other activities consist of psycho-educational services, life transition, assistance with finding housing and skills groups, as well as self-help participation. Family involvement in treatment is strongly encouraged, but not required.

Abria Recovery's HIOP with Lodging has two locations - Dakota and Scott County. Both locations are located in a quiet residential neighborhoods. This program promotes a healthy adjustment to a substance-free lifestyle.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Abria Recovery’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) allows clients more flexibility and is beneficial for those that cannot afford to take time away from their jobs, careers, or family. The program is often utilized after one has received treatment at a higher level of care such as Inpatient Services, Residential or High-Intensity Outpatient Treatment. This program will assist and motivate individuals to achieve abstinence, wellness and recovery by providing structured treatment services.

The goals will be to increase individuals’ awareness of achieving a healthier lifestyle and learning tools to maintain these newly learned skills. IOP has day or evening hours to meet your personal needs. Clients can maintain employment, family life, and other responsibilities while in our IOP groups.

Treatment may be two to three days per week based on the clients' needs. Activities consist of individual and group counseling, psycho-educational services, life transition and skills groups, as well as self-help participation. Family involvement in treatment is strongly encouraged, but not required.​​​​​​​

Outpatient Continuing Care Program

Abria Recovery offers a variety of outpatient and continuing care services, which are designed to meet the individual treatment needs of its clients. All services contribute to the holistic treatment of each individual.

The Outpatient Continuing Care Program is tailored to the individual needs with a minimum of 4 hours each week of clinical services for 8 to 16 weeks, dependent upon individual needs.