Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants:
CFD offers affordable treatment
services for completion of DUII Diversion and Conviction. The program
meets all requirements for DUII services according to state, court, and DMV guideline. Individuals with out-of-state DUIIs are welcome in the program and are able to complete requirements for the state in which the DUII was
received. The program has an ongoing 12-week course that includes groups
and urinalysis. CFD counselors provide a client-centered and
strength-based approach to help individuals identify and implement lifestyle
changes for successful completion of the DUII program.
DUII clients must attend group as part of the program.
Information on alcohol is central to the group, with topics ranging from the
physiological, psychological, and social effects of alcohol and other drug use,
to legal implications.
Wednesdays: 3:00-4:00pm or 6:00-7:00pm
Sex Offense Adult Recovery:
For mandated and volunteer adult individuals with sexual behavior problems who seek to prevent future victimization and develop empathy, accountability and respect. Family therapy and victim clarification sessions are available. This program meets criteria for parole and probation.
Behavioral Services at Lane County Youth Services:
CFD provides individual, family therapy, behavioral support, crisis stabilization, and psychiatry to youth involved in the juvenile justice system. Services include intensive community-based support and care coordination involving juvenile counselors, schools, and other community resources. Services are provided in the Phoenix Program, Detention, the Martin Luther King Educational and Vocational Center, and through outpatient services for aftercare and youth on probation.
CFD is also the primary treatment provider for the Lane County juvenile drug court program (RAP Court). CFD therapists collaborate closely with the RAP court treatment team including juvenile counselors, attorneys and the judge to emphasize treatment-informed approaches and best practices in addressing juvenile delinquency and substance abuse. Therapists also provide co-occurring individual and family counseling to participants of the drug court program.