Services

Equine-Assisted

Therapy

Another Level of Community Services

Equine Therapy is a great option for people looking for therapies to complement their addiction treatment. Along with traditional addiction treatment and therapy, equine therapy can give a person the confidence and skills they need to live a fulfilling life free from addiction.

Equine therapy focuses on teaching people how to interact with horses. Since horses are pack animals, they are able to sense and respond to other creatures’ feelings. Specifically, they are able to detect when a person feels scared, angry, happy, sad, or nervous.

Result Oriented Treatment

Equine therapy can be useful to people going through addiction treatment because it offers them the following:

Immediate feedback

Because horses can sense a person’s feelings and respond accordingly, they can serve as a mirror that the person can use to see and understand feelings they may not be aware of.

Opportunities for learning

The person can use his interactions with the horses to evaluate and modify the ways he interacts with people. The therapist can also use the horses as a way to open conversation about the person’s addiction and any other psychological or social issues.

Opportunities for trust-building

A person who feels uncomfortable talking in a traditional therapy setting, or who hasn’t developed a trusting relationship with his therapist might find equine therapy to be a safe environment where he can open up and develop trust, both between himself and the horses and between himself and his therapist.

Healthy relationships

Horses offer the person a non-judging relationship, which can help a person struggling with the negative relationship consequences from his addiction to rebuild his confidence without fear of criticism.

Innovation in Psychotherapy

Equine-assisted psychotherapy is one of our most effective and innovative modalities for addressing a wide range of therapeutic needs, physical, occupational, and emotional growth in persons with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, , cerebral palsy, dementia, depression, developmental delay, behavioral issues, abuse issues, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), drug and alcohol addiction, and other mental health problems.

Equine therapy offers an effective and creative way for clients to learn about:

  1. Self-worth and personal integrity
  2. Evaluation/establishment of healthy relationships
  3. Effective communication
  4. Addiction recovery
  5. Eating disorder recovery
  6. The value of trust and respect in relationships
  7. The dynamics of power in relationships (e.g., bullying vs. equity)
  8. Assertiveness vs. aggressiveness
  9. Respect for diversity and individuality
  10. The importance of teamwork and community
  11. Healing from trauma

Faith-Based Therapy

Faith-Based Therapy is holistic. While some therapies focus solely on physical health, others on emotions, and still others on the interplay of body / mind / emotions (referred to as a bio-psycho-social approach), few approaches to counseling or psychotherapy are truly holistic and treat the whole person. Regardless of your personal religious beliefs, we are undeniably physical, emotional, thinking, and spiritual beings. When one or more components of personhood is ignored in restoring health after trauma, complete healing is impossible. Imagine having a tense back and only having the left side massaged. What happens? The other muscles try to compensate, creating new, different problems, even if the target problem is resolved. Faith-based therapy seeks to be holistic by incorporating the vital element of spirituality or faith to more traditional psychotherapy that includes awareness of the interplay of body, mind, and emotions.

At Another Level of Community Services Recovery’s Faith-based maintains a strong clinical component while assisting each patient in exploring their relationship with God and creating a strong spiritual foundation for recovery. We realize that individuals may be in different stages of their spirituality, and our staff is committed to meeting each person at their point of need. ALOCS has a long-standing Christian heritage and history, with nearly half of all patients choosing to participate in our Faith-based Track. This program includes daily Christian devotions and meditation, weekly chapel services and a Christian pastor on site five days a week.

Spirituality and Mindfulness

Another level of Community Services provide a robust mindfulness program and limitless opportunities to embrace spirituality in whatever form that takes for each client. Our goal is to help clients understand that no person is an island. Our mindfulness and spirituality practices foster the concept that human beings are part of something bigger and thrive when others are around them and they grasp the awe and miracle of humankind and the universe they are part of. Mindfulness and spirituality include:

  1. Mindfulness groups with instruction in the practice of mindfulness through meditation, contemplation and awareness.
  2. Group work that enhances the 12 steps with mindfulness and instructs clients on how to work with the 12 steps in either a theistic or nontheistic way.
  3. Instruction in self-compassion practices, loving kindness, gratitude and equanimity.
  4. Training on how to deconstruct false senses of self and depersonalize past shame, self-blame and other emotions through the practice of mindfulness.
  5. Frequent incorporation of nature as a means to spirituality, peace and connection and encouraging spiritual connections with the environment and others.

Sweat Lodge Therapy

One of the most powerful experiences offered at ALOCS is the sweat lodge therapy. Sweat lodge ceremonies have been performed throughout human history for physical detoxification, emotional purification and spiritual connection. The ceremony involves building an open fire, heating stones in the fire and pouring water on the heated stones in a small, dark structure made of willows and blankets, filling the space with steam.

During the ceremony, singing, praying and sharing take place. The door is opened four times to bring in fresh rocks and water, each time shifting the focus of the ceremony to a different perspective of recovery. The first “round” focuses on self-judgment and uncomfortable emotion. The second round focuses on forgiveness and resolution of family of origin issues.

The third round invites participants to see their lives and their addictions from a new perspective, and the fourth round asks them to claim the changes they are making in their lives, and make commitments to specific actions that will support those changes.

The sweat lodge process provides several invaluable therapeutic opportunities including:

  • Recognizing and overcoming habitual responses to fear, discomfort and self-judgment.
  • Mobilizing new coping responses to these common relapse triggers.
  • Increasing awareness of physical and emotional responses and their impact.
  • Recognizing personal defense mechanisms.
  • Moving from intellectualized and rationalized self-expression to more authentic, feeling-based expression.

Physical Therapy

At ALOCS we believe exercise is a key component of self-care. Our goal is to make fitness fun, low-pressure, inspirational and engaging. Every week members/clients have the opportunity to attend groups and activities and visit the gyms for self-guided fitness with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes and free weights. Activities are tailored to clients’ interests, comfort level and capabilities and may include:

  1. Exercise and healthy lifestyle education groups
  2. Supervised outdoor activities like swimming, walking, scavenger hunts or hiking trails
  3. Circuit training with stations based around affirmations
  4. Obstacle courses
  5. Kickboxing and dance fitness classes
  6. Playful activities and games that engage the inner child such as Red Light/Green Light
  7. Somatic movement therapy that helps clients reconnect with and re-inhabit their bodies
  8. Stretching exercises
Another Level of Community Services

Music Therapy

Music is a powerful medium that many of us rely on as a part of our day-to-day experiences. It is no surprise then that music therapy has taken the power of music and applied it in specific ways to facilitate healing and growth. While the benefits of music therapy are wide ranging, it can be a particularly useful tool to help people overcome addictions. When actively addicted to drugs, alcohol, or processes, people build up defense mechanisms such as rationalizing, minimizing, denying, and lying in order to continue their behavior and hide from their emotions.

The creative nature of music therapy contrasts these fixed ways of thinking and can help addicts break through their rigid thinking patterns. Music also has a powerful impact on our emotional states and can provide indirect access to different emotions. Music therapy, especially listening to and discussing music and its lyrics, can help people safely explore emotions and identify a wider range of emotional states. Accessing emotions indirectly through music can provide a more comfortable starting point for discussing and accepting a variety of different feelings.

At Another Level our Music Therapist are established health professional that use music in a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of our members.

After assessing the strengths and needs of each client, the qualified music therapist provides the indicated treatment including creating, singing, moving to, and/or listening to music. Through musical involvement in the therapeutic context, clients' abilities are strengthened and transferred to other areas of their lives. Music therapy also provides avenues for communication that can be helpful to those who find it difficult to express themselves in words. Here are some of the benefits of music therapy:

  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Decreased anxiety/agitation
  • Increased verbalization
  • Enhanced interpersonal relationships
  • Improved comfort in groups
  • Increased motivation
  • Improved self-image/increased self-esteem
  • Successful and safe exploration of emotions
Another Level of Community Services

Supportive Therapy

A recovery-based model that encourages personal responsibility and development of skills to help the client take control of his or her life, rather than depending upon systems and agencies. We are a client-driven program focused on helping members attain their goals.

We can help with accessing community resources and benefits like Social Security, food banks, housing, transportation services and government agencies, we also provide assistance in finding medical, social, educational, spiritual, and other services needed.

Our Aftercare Program

Following completion of our program, we want clients to be equipped with an arsenal of recovery skills for different recovery situations that may be encountered in their newly sober lifestyle. As a part of our program, we developed a series of aftercare recovery groups that address common topics relevant to addiction, co-occurring disorders, and life after treatment. These groups include Therapist and BHT-led sessions in which clients may participate and discuss with their peers. Topics currently include:

These groups include therapist-led sessions in which clients may participate and discuss with their peers. Topics currently include:

  • Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)
  • Recovery & Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders
  • Planning Your Own Aftercare
  • Spirituality in Recovery
  • 12-Steps & Recovery
  • Stages of Change
  • Addiction & Brain Chemistry
  • Cravings & How to Manage Urges
  • Addiction – A Progressive Disease
  • Relapse Prevention Skills
  • Medication Management – Staying Compliant
  • Incorporating Healthy Life Skills into Recovery
  • Recovery on the Job – Employment Concerns
  • Family Intervention & Education

Vocational Rehab Programs

Drivers Education

Another Level has teamed up with several transportation companies, in Arizona that will offer driving opportunities to members/clients who has a mental health diagnose. Another Level offers a 100 hrs. Driver education program that will include 30 hrs. Of class room and 70 hrs. Of on the road training. Once participants graduate from the program, they will receive a certificate of completion and will be assigned a job coach, which will assist them with employment with one of our Transportation partners. Call ALOCS for more info

Residential care Program

ALOCS residential care program recovery housing provides an alcohol and drug-free living environment, peer support, and connection to recovery assistance for people with substance use disorders. Our purpose is to provide our residents with the tools needed to achieve long term sobriety. We believe that every person that walks through our door is a member of our family.

We are passionate about recovery and guide each resident through their emotional, physical, and spiritual development. Our focus is on improving member’s knowledge of recovery from substance use disorders and establishing practices and environments to benefit both residents and housing operators. We strive to improve the public perception of recovery housing by promoting excellent, well-maintained housing as well as offering outreach and education to our communities. Call ALOCS for more info.

Road to Reentry

Ex-offenders seeking to return to society often encounter substantial barriers upon their release, especially in the areas of housing and employment. Housing barriers may exist dependent upon the underlying conviction of the ex-offender, as certain felony convictions may limit the housing options available to the ex-offender. Other barriers include lack of financial resources and limited family support. These issues, combined with technical issues such as computer and telephone access, may cause substantial problems to ex-offenders seeking to successfully reintegrate into society.

Employment opportunities for ex-offenders have historically proven restricted, especially for individuals with felony convictions, although today there are more and more employers willing to offer ex-offenders job opportunities. Many organizations are working to change the attitudes towards ex-offenders, although individuals may encounter potential employers who are uncomfortable hiring them.

Some companies are unable to hire ex-offenders who were guilty of particular crimes involving financial transactions due to the nature of the business; for example, a bank may not be able to hire ex-offenders who were found guilty of writing fraudulent checks.

Many ex-offenders may encounter difficulty obtaining suitable employment due to a lack of job skills, education, and training. Some individuals are overwhelmed at the prospect of preparing a personal resume, where others may not have the computer skills necessary to access an online application. Others are not comfortable with facing a job interview or lack the appropriate clothing necessary to make a good first impression at a job interview. Lack of job search skills is one of the biggest barriers to finding suitable employment. Here at ALOCS, we are here to help over come to those Barriers.
Come take a look at some of the services we provide!

1. Physical Health services

Upon Intake, our members will be evaluated by a License Professional MD or Nurse practitioner.
Our team of expert medical professionals works together to understand your unique needs and wants.
Based on what’s right for your specific body and lifestyle, they put together an integrated, holistic treatment plan. That plan does more than just remedy what ails you; it puts you on the path toward your healthiest self. We provide Services that help our members take a proactive approach to protect their overall health and well-being as part of our reentry plan.
Here is what our members can expect:

• Provide prompt evaluation, intervention, treatment and follow-up care of our members.
• Evaluate medications and initiate treatment plans.
• Review and interpret diagnostic studies.
• Quickly assess changes in condition and incident reports and take appropriate actions.
• Provide wound management support.
• Customize educational and specialty programs to meet the need of the facility and the
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2. Mental Health Services/ Psychiatric Service

We actively provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management services. and ongoing care. These services involve psychiatric evaluations, and the prescribing of psychotropic medications, and ongoing management services to ensure your medicines are working as intended. Services can be provided in-office, or through telemedicine services.

An estimated 450 million people worldwide suffer from mental or behavioral disorders. These disorders are especially prevalent in prison populations.

More than 24 percent have been previously diagnosed with major depressive order, 17 percent with bipolar disorder, 13 percent with a personality disorder, and 12 percent with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Your mental and emotional wellbeing is just as important as your physical health. Individuals with untreated mental health conditions may be at higher risk for correctional rehabilitation treatment failure and future recidivism on release from prison. At ALOCS, we take a comprehensive approach to our behavioral health services with a variety of treatment options. When you need safe, compassionate and completely confidential care, we are here for you.

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3. Counseling Services

ALOCS Counseling offers in-person therapy or HIPAA compliant video/phone therapy for those who prefer telemedicine communication. We utilize Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, the Stages of Change Model, Interactive Journaling, and empirically-validated assessment tools.

ALOCS has licensed behavioral health Counselors who are able to provide services in many areas. The scope of our practice includes the following specialty areas:

  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Prison Adjustment Disorder
  • Marriage and Family (Blended Families, Divorce, Mother-Daughter Bond)
  • Interpersonal/Relationship Conflicts
  • Gay and Lesbian Issues
  • Coping with Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Stress Management
  • Body-Image and Eating Disorders
  • Substance Abuse
  • Court ordered
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4. Case Management Services

Our Case Managers at ALOCS are here to help you attain your recovery goals. They act on your behalf to make sure you get the best services you need to recover.

Your case manager will help you to access appropriate public services. This will include offering you a range of treatments, including recreational and rehabilitation activities.

They are here to help you make the best use of our services and to make sure that the services respond to your needs quickly and efficiently.

  • Your case manager will make sure you receive a full assessment, which includes:
  • A mental state examination
  • A physical examination
  • co-occurring mental health and substance use concerns
  • Assessment of your need for services.
  • The case manager will prepare an individual service plan with you setting out your goals and strategies that will help you get acclimated into society.
  • A plan will be developed by you and your case manager. Your nominated person, family or caregiver may be consulted if you consent to their involvement.
  • Your case manager will support in areas causing stress in your daily life and how you can manage them.

5. Court Ordered Treatment: Substance Abuse Services. Anger management/ Domestic Violence

DUI Screenings

  • We are State licensed to provide DUI Screenings for the MVD and for the Courts.
  • This DUI screening satisfies the AZ MVD’s requirement for an alcohol or other drug screening.
  • A DUI screening is required for a driver charged with a DUI, to obtain a restricted license, or to have their suspended license reinstated.
  • The Screening also satisfies the Court’s requirement for a DUI screening upon conviction of a DUI
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MVD DUI Evaluations

  • We provide evaluations for a driver whose license has been revoked by the AZ MVD due to a DUI (MVD Revocation Investigation Packet). This MVD DUI evaluation, by a licensed substance abuse counselor, is required in order to have a revoked driver’s license re-instated.

 Screenings, Evaluations and Assessments

  • We provide screenings, evaluations and assessments required by various Courts, Probation, Employers, ADOT, Professional associations, etc.
  • We will conduct the evaluation and make recommendations, referrals and provide the necessary documentation to the client and applicable agencies or organizations.

Level 2 Substance Abuse Education (8 - 16 Hours)

  • This class satisfies the Arizona Level 2 DUI requirements, minor offenses (Mnor In Possesions, Minor In Consumption), and other alcohol/drug related offenses.
  • This class will potentially reduce the time you are required to have the Interlock device in your vehicle.

We provide useful information on:

  • Arizona laws
  • Addiction vs abuse and misuse
  • Effects on health and family
  • What is tolerance, blackouts, withdrawals
  • Symptoms vs hangover
  • Treatment vs support
  • Legal and social consequences
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Level 2 Drug Education (8 - 16 Hours)

  • This class is for any client who has been arrested for drug related charges such as DUI under influence of drugs, possession of drugs or paraphernalia, sales, manufacturing or other convictions where the defendant tests positive for drugs, or has drug abuse issues.
  • Clients required to complete 8 hours of Drug Education may attend Day 1.

Drug-related topics that will be covered:

  • Legal consequences
  • Effects of drugs on driving
  • Physiological, Psychological & Social effects of drugs
  • Signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Cross-addiction
  • Stages of abuse & dependence
  • Self-assessment
  • Understanding & recognizing triggers
  • Withdrawal Symptoms
  • Treatment approaches & interventions
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Alternatives to impaired driving
  • Effects of drugs on the brain & body
  • Denial & Defense Mechanisms
  • Effect on family
  • Stages of Change
  • Recovery

Level 1 Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment (36 - 56 Hours)

  • Designed especially for clients with alcohol and drug-related offenses and consists of weekly group counseling and will most often include Level 2 Education 16 hour classes focusing on substance abuse.
  • The program consists of 10 – 20 interactive group counseling sessions and includes an intake session at which time a client’s needs are assessed and a treatment plan is developed to meet their needs.

Level 1 Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Treatment (56 - 100+ Hours)

  • Designed especially for clients with multiple of high BAC level DUI’s and other alcohol related offenses who may show a high probability of substance abuse.
  • Meets twice a week
  • Provides group counseling with an emphasis on recovery, self-knowledge, relapse prevention and support group involvement.
  • Includes 16-hour Level 2 Education class.
  • This program is designed to provide clients with:
  • Stress reduction techniques
  • Development of personal program for balanced living
  • Exploration of emotional impact of alcohol and drug use on relationships and attitude
  • How life traumas affect alcohol and drug abuse
  • Encouragement to get involved with community resources
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Domestic Violence Groups

  • This program is a State-licensed cognitive-behavioral, psycho-educational class based on the Duluth Model Which has been adapted to include the latest research and also some supporting skills to assist participants to rethink their beliefs and behaviors in family/intimate relationships.
  • We provide structured groups to assist clients in developing skills and re-thinking their beliefs and behaviors in family and intimate relationships.
  • The domestic Violence program is designed to provide information that will help clients:
  • Stop violent controlling behavior
  • accept personal responsibility for abusive behavior
  • commit to change
  • Understand the factors in the violence cycle
  • Provide ideas that will help the mastering of new behaviors
  • This program is a 26 weekly session model treatment program capable of expanding to 52 weekly sessions.

Anger Management Counseling Groups (6, 12, 18, 24- & 36-week programs)

We have included components from several different models such as the Peace Program, Anger Workout DOC-approved programs, and others to provide our clients with the most up-to-date information and approaches.

The Anger Management program is designed to provide clients with:

  • Cognitive/re-formation skills
  • Ability to recognize triggers and anger styles
  • Methods to stop negative thought processes
  • Family, gender, cultural influences
  • Effects of anger on other people
  • Relationship to addiction (relapse)
  • Communication alternative behaviors
  • Problem solving and skill building
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6. Peer Support Services

At ALOCS our peer support programs are led by state-certified Peer Support Specialists who understand the path to recovery.  We provide support to individuals through their adjustment to new or re-entered communities. We provide social integration activities and assist the individual in navigating through the community.

A Peer and Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) is someone with lived experience of behavioral health and/or

substance use recovery who has received specialized training on how to use their experience to help others.

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A PRSS works with individuals during their recovery journey, sharing skills, coaching, and providing support. Their personal experience of these challenges provides peer support specialists with expertise that professional training cannot replicate. People who have achieved and sustained recovery can be a powerful influence for individuals seeking their own path to recovery. By sharing personal experiences, peers help build a sense of self-worth, community connectedness, and improved quality of life.

What is Peer Support?

Peer support is many things, and often dependent upon the needs of the individual being served. It is:

  • Delivered by individuals who have common lived experiences of recovery.
  • Based on shared connection and understanding of experiences.
  • Able to lessen feelings of isolation, increase practical knowledge, and sustain coping efforts.
  • Available to individuals throughout their levels of care.
  • Support, strength, and most importantly, hope, which allows for personal growth, wellness, and recovery.
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7. Vocational Rehab Services

ALOCS Vocational Rehabilitation program is designed to help individual coming out of incarceration learn about general employment skills or skills needed for specific jobs and industries. The overall goal of vocational training is to reduce risk of recidivating by teaching them marketable skills they can use to find and retain employment following release from prison. Our Vocational and technical training programs can also reduce institutional problem behaviors by replacing idle time with constructive work. There are several obstacles that incarcerated adults must face upon their release from prison, including the prospect of unemployment. A lower level of educational attainment, an absence of a steady history of employment, and a lack of vocational skills can hinder efforts to find a job and make a decent wage.

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  1. Job Readiness: Researchers found that a prison record has a negative effect on employment, especially for the high-risk populations of blacks and Hispanics. ALOCS prepare our members for the challenges of this current employment environment.
  2. CDL Truck Training: ALOCS offers Commercial Driver License (CDL) training and testing programs to get you on the road to a new career. We offer daytime classes Monday through Friday and training by the hour, plus refresher courses and third-party road testing that can be tailored to meet your individual needs.
  3. Culinary Arts: ALOCS offer a the 14-week Culinary Curriculum covers all facets of work in a professional kitchen. The program includes “hands-on” training instructed by a Culinary Instructor. Local chefs also volunteer once a week to teach specific skills that include:
  • Knife Skills
  • Fruit, Vegetables & Fresh Herbs
  • Stocks & Sauces
  • Meat & Seafood Cookery
  • Cooking Techniques & Methods
  • Grains & Pastas
  • Garde Manger
  • Baking & Pastry Arts
  • Catering
  • Internships
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8. Temporary Housing

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9. Spiritual Enhancement

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