DUII Services

Outpatient services will be billed on a fee for service basis as determined by the clinician during the assessment and according to the standard agency fees below.

  • Cost can vary case by case according to individual needs and services received. In the event your insurance does not pay, you assume all responsibility for the cost of services; you will be expected to make payment arrangements.
  • These estimates do not consider the severity of problems and the cost can vary case by case according to the assessment and level of care.
  • Payment arrangements and discounted rates are available for contracted insurance companies and qualified individuals.


Educational/Informational Program: DUII Diversion

(BAC below .15 includes the following)

  • 12 hours of Education required by Oregon Administrative Rules
  • Groups lasting approximately 6 weeks
  • Urinalysis
  • Intake appointment
  • Assessment is required and takes 2 hours
  • Treatment plan takes 60 minutes
  • 12 hours of Educational Groups according to Oregon Administrative Rules
    • Phase 1 Alcohol and Drug Education: Focuses on Social Impacts and Pharmacology and lasts approximately 4 weeks
  • Urine Analysis once per week, as well as random upon request by a clinician.  Not providing a UA is considered avoidance and may affect your treatment and legal status.


Rehabilitation

(The presence of: a current or prior SUD diagnosis, previous SUD treatment, a past alcohol or drug charge, BAC over 0.15). This is the same as ASAM 1.0 Level of Care (See Below)  Treatment and Rehabilitation will include but is not limited to the following:

  • Intake assessment
  • 12 hours of Education required by Oregon Administrative Rules
  • Program length is approximately 90 days
  • An Assessment is required and takes 2 hours
  • Treatment plan takes 60 minutes
  • Individual Sessions as needed
  • Group Sessions
    • Phase 1 Alcohol and Drug Education: Focuses on Social Impacts and Pharmacology and lasts approximately 4 weeks
    • Phase 2 Alcohol and Drug Education: Focuses on Social Impacts and Pharmacology and lasts approximately 4 weeks
    • Phase 3 Relapse Prevention (Completing the 8 modules in the workbook Staying Quit) until completed.
  • Urine Analysis 1 time per week as well as randomly upon request by a clinician.
    • Not providing UA when scheduled or upon request is considered avoidance and may impact your treatment and legal status.
    • You must provide UAs every week while in the program and or 90 days of consecutive negative UA results.