Continuing care is the step-down level for those who have successfully completed a more intensive treatment program. Separated by gender, the groups focus on reinforcing the strengthening knowledge and skills needed to maintain a lifestyle free from alcohol and other drugs. The groups also address gender-specific issues related to recovery.
Substance Use Disorder Evaluations
Crouse Health provides comprehensive substance use disorder evaluations for adolescents and adults and has a long history of positive collaboration with courts, judges, attorneys, schools and human service agencies.
Credentialed substance use disorder counselors provide evaluations for:
- DWI/Impaired Driver
- Family court mandates
- Department of Social Services (DSS)
- ACCESS-VR (Adult Career & Continuing Education Services – Vocational Rehabilitation)
- Educational institutions
Impaired Driver/DWI Evaluations
Crouse Health is approved by the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office to provide evaluations, treatment and education for those convicted of an Impaired Driving Offense. Aftercare services also are provided. Please call our Admissions Department (315-470-8304) to ensure required documentation is obtained prior to you coming in.
Most private insurance Medicare and Medicaid are accepted. A sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance.
Our outpatient facilities are located at 410 S. Crouse Ave., just down the hill from Crouse Hospital.
For more information and to access the program:
Call 315-470-8304 or 1-800-727-6873 to review the specific requirements of this type of evaluation.
Impaired Driver/DWI evaluations are completed during Same Day Access hours (Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) Outpatient Resources
HIV Testing and Education
All Crouse Chemical Dependency Treatment Services patients receive HIV/AIDS education and the opportunity to receive confidential or anonymous HIV/AIDs testing and pre/post counseling. Testing is optional. Individuals who test positive for HIV/AIDS are referred to appropriate medical and community support.
Vocational and Career Services
Crouse Chemical Dependency Treatment Services participants having difficulty obtaining or maintaining employment will receive the following pre-vocational and vocational services, including:
- Direct counseling with a vocational rehabilitation therapist
- Referral for and collaboration with case management, job coaching and job placement
Most private insurance, Medicare and Medicaid are accepted. A sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance.
410 S. Crouse Ave., just down the hill from Crouse Hospital.
For more information or to access the program:
315-470-8304 or 1-800-727-6873