Daymark SAIOP involves a series of structured individual, family, and group activities and services provided on an outpatient basis designed to assist adult and adolescent clients with addiction disorders to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. SAIOP also informs the client about benefits, community resources and services, and services; assists the client in accessing benefits and services and monitors the provision of services. SAIOP provides education on both wellness and recovery.
Participants may be residents of their own home, a substitute home, or a group home setting; however, SAIOP services will be provided in a setting separate from the client’s residence in locations that meet the needs of the persons being served.
SAIOP is offered at times that maximize the ability of the person served to participate in the program SAIOP meets a minimum of 9 hours per week over a minimum of 3 days per week with no more than 2 consecutive days without services being offered equally out to be at least 3 hours each day. Each day the client is in treatment, the person will be encouraged to attend at least one recovery support group of their choosing. Each client will be alcohol and/or drug screened as clinically indicated. Monthly Person Centered Plan (PCP) updates will take place to review and document necessary changes to one’s plan. Each client is also provided necessary case management services as listed within one’s PCP.
SAIOP is typically provided to each client for a period of three months.
SAIOP services include the following (note service components are provided based off one’s goals in their plan):
- Individual counseling and support
- Group counseling and support
- Family counseling, training, or support
- Biochemical testing to identify recent drug and or alcohol us (UA and BAC)
- Relapse prevention (including community supports)
- Life skills training
- Crisis contingency planning
- Disease management
- Treatment support activities adapted specifically for person with physical disabilities or persons with co-occurring disorders
- Case management activity to arrange, link, coordinate, or integrate multiple services, assessment and re-assessment of the client need for services
The primary goal of SAIOP is abstinence from addictive substances. The secondary goals and outcomes may include sustained improvement in overall health, better relationships with family and friends, improvements in finding and maintaining work, reduced depression and anxiety (if present), and reduced risk of relapse in the future. SAIOP will be tailored to fit each clients needs by developing a Person-Centered Plan which helps one identify goals, needs, and preferences in one’s treatment and life.