Addiction Information Series (AIS)
This program meets on Tuesday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The series is open to the public for anyone interested in understanding the prevalence and impact of substance abuse in Oklahoma and how to offer support and hope for recovery. Adolescents who are referred by the court system or have recently experienced difficulties at school or at home are encouraged to attend as well. The cost for the class is $20 per family, regardless of the number attending. For those who would like to attend all four sessions, families can save $15.00 by paying $65 in advance. Participants do not need to pre-register and are welcome to attend one session or all four. Participants can start any time as the 4 sessions are repeated on a continuing basis.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Substance Abuse
This program meets for a minimum of nine hours per week for six weeks. Consumers experiencing significant problems due to their addiction are appropriate for this program. Topics include Understanding the Illness of Addiction, Identifying Triggers, Steps to Preventing Relapse, Connecting Values to Behaviors, Understanding Family Relationships, Spirituality, Life Management. Upon completion of this program, consumers will attend Relapse Prevention and Families in Recovery in addition to any or all specialty groups
Outpatient Treatment Program for Substance Abuse and/or Gambling
Outpatient treatment services are offered to adolescents, adults and family members. Based upon treatment recommendations and consumer preferences, consumers will attend a Core Program of Recovery Groups twice per week. Upon completion of the core program, consumers will attend a Relapse Prevention Group in addition to any or all specialty groups. Individual, family and case management sessions are also included.
Stop the Cycle, Identifying Internal Triggers, Body Chemistry in Recovery, Thinking-Feeling-Doing.
Living in Recovery
Alcohol, Avoiding Relapse Drift, Guilt and Shame, Motivation and Recovery, Anticipating and Preventing Relapse, Be Smart-Not Strong, Taking Care of Yourself, Illness, Managing Anger, Coping with Feelings of Depression and Looking Forward-Managing Downtime.
Aging, Codependence, Compulsions, Cravings, Friendship, Grief, Intimacy, Justifications, Selfishness and Thought Stopping.
Design for Living
Criminal Thinking, Tactics of Power and Control, How Criminals View Themselves, Making Better Decisions, The Path of Change, Responsibility, and Life Management.
The Link Between Mental Health and Substance Abuse, Physiological and Psychological Effects, Foundations of Recovery and Responsible Thinking.
Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experience; Defining “Self” and Exploring Life Patterns; Understanding Trauma; Addiction and Dual Recovery; and Intervention Overviews: CBT; Trauma Narratives; Grounding; Visualization.
Triggers, Relapse Prevention, Thinking Errors, Family/Relationships and Managing Finances.
Employee Assistance Program
NAIC is a comprehensive Employee Assistance program (EAP) provider for businesses and organizations in the Norman area. We are a Professional EAP contractor providing management consultation and services in organizational matters relating to employee problems.