Serving communities in both Idaho and Nevada, the Sequel Alliance offers a full spectrum of services for adults, teens, children and families, with basic outpatient and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) services for behavioral healthcare needs such as chemical dependency. Sequel Alliance has 11 locations providing general behavioral healthcare, nine of which are in Northern Idaho—four of these facilities have services for substance abuse.
By providing high-quality, individualized therapeutic services, community-based treatments and educational classes that help clients manage serious emotional, psychological and behavioral problems, Sequel Alliance hopes to improve the quality of life for each client as well as their relationships with their families.
Treatment and Staff
Sequel Alliance’s four outpatient facilities treating chemical dependency can be found in Coeur d’Alene, Kellogg, Stanton and Moscow, Idaho. After an initial evaluation with a case manager, clients are enrolled into one of two tiers of care: Level One, which is basic outpatient or Level Two, which is the IOP.
In addition to individual, group and family therapy using evidence-based methods including MRT and DBT, case management services as well as co-occurring support are available. Sequel Alliance also offers three-hour classes throughout the week on various recovery topics. The educational group classes vary from each location, but most include anger management, relapse prevention, peer support and healthy living. The 12 steps are not integrated into treatment, nor is detox provided.
Level One is a 12-week program where clients are expected to attend a minimum of two group sessions and one individual session a week while the IOP level requires at least three group sessions per week.
While the number of employees may vary from office to office, the Coeur d’Alene branch has five chemical dependency staff members, including LCSWs and CADCs. There are no doctors or psychiatrists on staff, but the psych department upstairs is available for medication management.
Every other month, Sequel Alliance also offers an eight-hour Alcohol and Drug Information School, which is beneficial to most clients, especially those in trouble with the law. Drug testing is offered upstairs, though the facility isn’t officially a part of Sequel Alliance.
The biggest advantage of Sequel Alliance is their location. With mental health professionals and other social services located in the same building, providers are able to work together to provide a continuum of care for their clients.
Sequel Alliance is an affordable, high-quality chemical dependency outpatient treatment program geared towards individuals who have been referred from mental health facilities, homeless shelters, probation or parole officers and other government agencies. With a solid range of evidence-based therapy and educational classes, Sequel provides a qualified staff of professionals to guide clients through the first phases of recovery.
Sequel Alliance Family Services
1200 W Ironwood Dr, Ste 101
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
Sequel Alliance Family Services Costs: Medicaid and sliding scale fees only. Reach Sequel Alliance Family Services by phone at (208) 664-9729.
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