Adult Substance Education Program (ASEP), is a component of the East Baton Rouge Parish DWI Diversion Program directed by District Attorney Hillar Moore. Orientation is every Monday at 4:30 pm in the Reilly Building located at 446 N 12th Street. Clients must attend orientation to enroll into the program. At orientation, you can choose either a Monday or Wednesday evening class in the Reilly Building.
Clients attend sessions for three (3) continuous weeks and submit to one (1) random urine drug screen during the three-week program.
The total fee for the three-week program, including the one (1) urine drug screen, is $325.00 which is due by the final class session.
Topics discussed during the three-week course include (but not limited to):
- The difference between social drinking, binge drinking, alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence.
- Family roles in addiction
- Knowing your limit (BAC levels and Tolerance)
- Effective Decision Making & Ethics
- Video and discussion on Choices / Consequences
- Denial / Personal Responsibility / Responsible Decisions
our IOP/OP Programs are available for adults meeting assessment criteria. Both programs are dedicated to providing in-depth services helping an individual address the underlying causes of their addiction, encourage and promote building a healthy recovery support system. Individuals attending the program will attend 9 to 13 weeks depending on the client’s needs.
Our program is structured on The 12 Steps Program and allows individuals to maintain their daily routines, while investing one to three evenings a week into the program of recovery. This allows them to gain relapse prevention skills and build a supportive recovery network.
Our program serves chemically-dependent, indigent males and females, ages 18 and older. IOP Group Sessions are offered four times a week (Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:30 pm-8 pm) with each IOP group sessions lasting 4 1/2 hours a week for 9 consecutive weeks. OP Group Sessions/Aftercare are once a week (Tuesday 4 pm-8 pm) with a total of 4 hours a week for 4-9 consecutive weeks. At the end of your 13 weeks you will have a total of 100 plus hours of didactic instruction taught by addiction counselor.
Filling out forms does not guarantee entry into O’Brien House IOP.
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