Discovery Cove can assist you with your substance use recovery through a variety of programs. Our dedicated staff is standing by to help you.
Access to Recovery (ATR III)
Financial Assistance to Recover from Substance Use Problems and Live in Health
SAMHSA and Southcentral Foundation’s Access to Recovery and Wellness Program provides you with connections in funding to participate in services and activities of your choice related to recovery from substances. They include cultural and faith-based services to help you discover new pathways for individual and family wellness. The programs mission is to increase the capacity of individuals served, and to support client choices while increasing the selection of community-based providers for clinical treatment and recovery support services.
Applicants must be Alaska Native, American Indian, or Significant Other and provide documentation of tribal enrollment or have documentation on file at the Alaska Native Medical Center as enrolled in the Indian Health Service. (exceptions can be made with proof of status as family member of a Native household)
Applicant must be an adult, age 18 or older.
Applicant must qualify due to need for Substance recovery and wellness support services.
Applicant must be uninsured or underinsured and meet set income eligibility requirements.
Applicant must screen positive for substance use.
Clinical Outpatient services.
Cultural enrichment activities, arts and crafts.
Life skill instruction.
Substance use recovery classes and/or group.
And much more…
Schedule a screening – Contact our office at (907) 694-5557 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a screening or discuss eligibility
Alcohol Education Classes:
ADIS (Alcohol & Drug Information School) Programs provide education to first-time Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Minor Consuming offenders, as well as those convicted of other alcohol/drug related offenses. The goal of the ADIS program is to reduce the subsequent alcohol and/or other drug related offenses and the associated high risk behaviors. ADIS programs cover the effects of alcohol and other drugs on driving and social behaviors as well as health and legal consequences. Each ADIS program conforms to the same standards and are approved and monitored by Division of BehavioralHealth. These programs are designed to be available to all Alaskans involved in alcohol and/or other drug related offenses.
Clients are initially assessed for appropriateness for the program. Clients through verbal data collection using DSM-IV and ASAM criteria for Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse. If clients meet the criteria, they are recommended to participate in the program.
The course consists of 3 classes of 4 hours each day. During this time the clients will explore previously stated areas. They will learn the dangers of high-risk behavior and what they can do to protect themselves in the future.
The cost of the program is as follows:
$150.00 (Eagle River)
Fees must be paid before class. Guardians of minors can call in to make a credit card payment over the phone.
Classes are subject to change.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment:
Intensive Outpatient Treatment provides structured day and evening treatment programs. These programs offer the patient education, group counseling and individual counseling, essential in addressing alcohol and other drug problems, while allowing the patient to apply his/her newly acquired skills within the “real world” environment.
Intensive outpatient treatment is a planned and organized service in which addiction professionals and clinicians provide several AOD treatment service components to clients. Treatment consists of regularly scheduled sessions within a structured program, with a minimum of six hours treatment hours per week. Examples include day or evening programs in which patients attend a full spectrum of treatment programming but live at home or in special residences.
Outpatient Level 1 Treatment:
Outpatient Services provide organized, professionally directed treatment services designed to achieve permanent changes in an individual’s alcohol or other drug using behavior. These services address major lifestyle, attitudinal and behavioral issues to allow the patient to develop a self-directed recovery program and support the patient’s ability to cope with major life tasks without the use of alcohol or other drugs. This treatment occurs in regularly scheduled sessions, usually two group sessions per week are offered.
To complete the Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP), each participant must complete 20 individual or group sessions. Using Prime for Life curriculum, each session provides basic information about substance use/abuse for individuals.