Located in the large cities of Lawrence and Topeka, Kansas, Professional Treatment Services (PTS) is an outpatient facility that uses both the Serenity and 12-step models to help adolescent and adult clients battling alcohol, substance and process addictions.
Treatment and Staff
PTS offers a sundry of services to guide individuals to a healthier, sober life. The adult services have two levels, Level I outpatient and Level II Intensive Outpatient (IOP). Both levels include group, individual and family therapy. Clients who attend the Level I services attend less than nine hours of treatment a week, while clients in Level II attend a total of nine to 20 hours a week. Treatment is comprised of three hours of group, with the first two hours dedicated to psycho-social skill building, relapse prevention, emotional regulation and 12–step work. The third hour incorporates newly learned skills and insight-oriented processing. Individual therapy is scheduled based on an as-needed basis. The facility does not offer dual diagnosis support or detox.
The program also has outpatient and an IOP for adolescents, ages 13 through 17, who are wrestling with substance and/or behavioral issues. This track includes group, individual and family counseling and focuses on prevention, cognitive behavior and emotional regulation skills.
Adult Internally Motivated Program for Professionals (AIM) is a specific program that PTS offers for clients who have strong internal motivation and recognize the effect their alcohol and/or substance abuse has on their life. This group program is offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings from 9 am to 12 pm.
PTS offers a gender-specific program for women affected by co-occurring PTSD and substance abuse. The program encompasses the Serenity Model as well Seeking Safety, a treatment guide developed by Lisa M. Najavits to provide a comprehensive view on PTSD and substance abuse. The staff uses cognitive, behavioral and interpersonal interventions to encourage women to make proactive changes.
Treatment tracks for gambling and other process addictions are also available. The staff employs a combination of individual, group and family therapy and offers state-certified counselors and services that entitle them to access to the Kansas Gambling Fund.
PTS offers an Alcohol and Drug Information School and Early Recovery Services. The Alcohol and Drug Information School is for clients who have dealt with minor consequences related to the use of intoxicating substances. It is offered once a month and consists of eight hours of education in a group setting. The cost for this program is $100 dollars. Early Recovery Services are recommended for clients who have finished treatment. There are five different Early Recovery groups that meet on a weekly basis and groups generally do not exceed more than 10 clients.
Professional Treatment Services is an integrated program that incorporates the Serenity Model and 12-step programs to help adult and adolescent clients recover from alcohol, substance and process addictions. It also offers specific programs for those who may not be technically addicted but recognize how intoxicating substances has negatively affected their life.
Professional Treatment Services
3205 Clinton Parkway Court
Lawrence, KS 66047
1401 SW Topeka Blvd
Topeka, KS 66612
Professional Treatment Services Cost: Depends on program. Reach Professional Treatment Services by phone at (785)-843-5483 (Lawrence) or 785-232-8623 (Topeka).
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