Key Development Center, Inc. provides services to persons 11 years and older, assessed as having either substance abuse or dependency as determined by the ICD-10. Our philosophy is that addiction to alcohol and other drugs is a treatable disease that can be addressed at any point.
Services include individual sessions, group sessions, family sessions, psychiatric services, or a combination of any of these based on individual needs. KDC offers specialty programs to address the unique needs of women and adolescents.
All services are designed to encourage growth of the whole person-socially, emotionally and vocationally. All services are confidential and in compliance with state and federals laws. A sliding fee scale is available; no one is denied services due to the lack of their ability to pay.
Services may include individual sessions, group sessions, family sessions, psychiatric services, or a combination of any of these based on individual needs. KDC offers specialty programs to address the unique needs of women and adolescents. Engagement Goal: The goal of engagement is to explore the reasons the client is seeking treatment; the extent to which this motivation for treatment is innate, rather than being mandated by external sources; the areas of concern that the client and significant others may have about his/her substance abuse; the situations in which its occurs; the emotions that trigger and reinforce use and the consequences they experience (both positive and negative, as well as proximal and removed from the actual substance abuse) and treatment interfering behaviors. Utilizing Motivational Interviewing techniques, the therapist will assess the client's readiness to change and then use this information to assist the client in developing a plan for recovery. Treatment Goal: Services will support the individual to overcome substance abuse disorders. The services exist on a continuum of growth and improved functioning and include understanding, recognizing, and accepting addiction, identifying and interrupting addictive thoughts, feelings and actions, and learning non-chemical coping skills. Services will address relapse and other setbacks, which are a natural part of the recovery but not an expected outcome. Based on the information obtained, the client and the therapist will develop a recovery treatment plan focusing on specific treatment interfering behaviors and emotions. Behavioral interventions will be introduced and practiced to reduce the use of old behaviors and strengthen behaviors that reinforce abstinence.