Adult Enhanced Services

ONECARE HEALTH Center for Adults is structured to provide Substance Abuse Enhanced Services to persons struggling with chronic and complicated substance use disorders and related disorders. Substance misuse is a complex problem with devastating and lasting effects across the lifespan, coupled with the fact that it puts strains on families, and has the potential to ravage entire communities and can threaten the well-being of our entire state.

Often individuals and families affected by substance misuse are in crisis, and spiraling out of control. Finding the right help can be very challenging. OneCare Health exists to give hope and provide relief to individuals and families seeking help with this burden. We offer a full range of treatment options through our Continuum of Care treatment model which includes the following programs:


  • DA – Diagnostic Assessment
  • MCM – Mobile Crisis Management
  • MM – Medication Management
  • PSR – Psychosocial Rehabilitation
  • SAIOP – Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program
  • SACOT – Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment
  • Individual & Transitions Support


We can’t wait to welcome your patient to the OneCare Health community. Any adult struggling with substance misuse and its accompanying complications may be referred to us by any interested party. We accept referrals from community mental health providers, family members, physicians, psychiatrists, schools, the Department of Social Services, adult court systems, churches, etc. We believe that everyone deserves to live an amazing life and we will work hard to ensure that each person is treated with compassion, respect, and a personalized approach that recognizes addiction as a chronic illness.


For a referral packet, please contact us: Phone 919-728-8024

SACOT – Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment

Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) means a periodic service that is a time limited, multi-faceted approach treatment service for adults who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery. ONECARE HEALTH’s SACOT program provides you with the opportunity to participate in therapeutic and educational groups, individual sessions, and psychiatric evaluation and medication management medical professionals. The goal of our SACOT program is to help you achieve a lifetime commitment to healthy living without the use of drugs and alcohol.

SACOT services shall include a structured program consisting of, but not limited to the following services:

  1. Individual and group counseling and support
  2. Family counseling, training and support
  3. Random urine drug screens
  4. Strategies for relapse prevention to include community and social support systems in treatment
  5. Life skills training and interventions
  6. Crisis contingency planning
  7. Disease management
  8. Treatment support activities that have been adapted or specifically designed for persons with physical disabilities or persons with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse/dependence or mental retardation/developmental disability and substance abuse/dependence
  9. Psychiatric evaluation and Medication management

Transportation is provided to clients to and from treatment program, medical appointments and other treatment related appointments. Lunch is provided for all SACOT participants. In addition, ONECARE HEALTH is in the process of establishing Half-Way houses to ensure a holistic approach to treatment and support for our clients.
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SAIOP – Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program

SAIOP is a 12-week individual and group-focused non-residential program that ONECARE HEALTH offer to adults diagnosed with substance use disorder(s), and in some case dually diagnosed with mental health disorder. SAIOP provides group therapy approach to learning and developing the skills needed for recovery, functional stability, and a better quality of life. In addition to group therapy participants do engage in individual therapy and/or family therapy.

Eligibility Criteria

The individual is eligible for this service when ALL of the following criteria are met:

  1. There is a substance use disorder diagnosis present;

The individual meets ASAM Level 2.1 criteria.
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PSR – Psychosocial Rehabilitation

ONECARE HEALTH provides Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR). PSR utilizes evidence-based best practices to empower individuals with the skills they need to re-engage their communities as an active and functional members. Our PSR program offers group sessions and activities that allows for interpersonal interactions among participants resulting to positive peer support which is a cardinal building block for gaining functional stability and recovery. Group sessions are designed to increase self-confidence, maintain mental stability, develop employment opportunities, and seeks to increased community interaction. In addition, to group activities we offer one-on-one sessions to each of our clients aimed at personalizing treatment and enabling each client to develop and acquire needed skills and resources necessary to achieve their stated recovery goals.

ONECARE HEALTH’s staff members provide a therapeutic, psycho-educational, and skill building exercises and activities aimed at fostering skill enhancement and development with the goal of promoting independent living and self-worth to each client.

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MCM – Mobile Crisis Management

Mobile Crisis Management involves all support, services and treatments necessary to provide integrated crisis response, crisis stabilization interventions, and crisis prevention activities. MCM services are available at all times, 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, and 365-days-a-year. Crisis response provides an immediate evaluation, triage and access to acute mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or substance abuse services, treatment, and supports to effect symptom reduction, harm reduction, or to safely transition persons in acute crises to appropriate crisis stabilization and detoxification supports or services. At OneCare Health these services include immediate telephonic response to assess the crisis and determine the risk, mental status, medical stability, and appropriate response. MCM also includes crisis prevention and supports that are designed to reduce the incidence of recurring crises.

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MM – Medication Management

Medication Management is the use of psychotropic medications based off of diagnostic assessment or clinical recommendation of a therapist or counselor, and an initial psychological evaluation by psychiatrist or qualified medical provider. Our clients are followed up on a routine basis to monitor and adjust these prescriptions as related to the severity of their condition. Our providers are experienced in providing psychiatric evaluation and medication management for mental health disorders, and co-occurring disorders.

One of the things that makes OneCare Health unique is that we also have expertise in treating people with dual diagnoses (mental health and substance use disorders) through our Continuum of Care Model. Our Medication Management services are offered in conjunction with other outpatient services or as stand-alone medication management only service.

DA – Diagnostic Assessment

Diagnostic Assessment (DA) at OneCare Health is an intensive clinical and functional evaluation of a beneficiary’s mental health, intellectual and developmental disability, or substance use condition. A diagnostic assessment determines whether the beneficiary meets medical necessity and can benefit from: mental health, intellectual disability, developmental disability, or substance use disorder services based on the beneficiary’s diagnosis, presenting problems, and treatment and recovery goals. DA evaluates the beneficiary’s level of readiness and motivation to engage in treatment. At OneCare Health assessment is designed to be delivered in a team approach that results in the issuance of a written report that provides the clinical basis for the development of the beneficiary’s treatment or service plan.

A diagnostic assessment is a direct periodic service that can be provided in any location. This service may be provided to the beneficiary in-person or via telehealth.

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