The Curran Seeley Foundation provides three separate intensive outpatient treatment programs: Adult Men, Adult Women, and Adolescents. Each client in an Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program helps to create a person-centered treatment plan with their individual counselor to set goals and objectives for their treatment. Group sessions are held every day, Monday through Friday.
- Programs include a family member or significant other component, giving family members and significant others the opportunity to participate weekly in the services provided.
- Individual counseling is provided to each client, with additional counseling on an “as needed” basis.
- Minimum of one Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or outside support group meeting per week is encouraged.
In addition to work based on the twelve-step philosophy, Curran Seeley programs include training and assistance in social and life skills such as anger management, stress management, dealing with grief and loss, and avoiding relapse. Daily living techniques, better nutrition, relaxation methods, understanding and improving sleep habits, spiritual development, and other important areas are covered.
The program’s scheduling options allow our clients to be employed while in treatment. The program requirements effectively fill the clients’ days while they are in treatment, yet allows them time for family, hobbies and relaxation on weekends.more
Curran Seeley provides a coed outpatient program for those abusing substances but have not received a diagnosis of dependency.
- Adult Outpatient Program meets 2 times per week for 3 hours, for a minimum of 48 hours.
The Foundation believes that long-term sobriety support leads to long-term recovery. Our Aftercare programs are weekly sessions in early morning, afternoon, or evening groups. Coed groups or separate groups for men, women or adolescents are available. Curran Seeley IOPT (Intense Outpatient Treatment) graduates receive Aftercare Services FREE, for life.more
- The Insight Program is an eight-week (16 hours) “Best Practices” educational course for youth, meeting once weekly for two hours (ages 13 to 19).
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) counseling and education is available as an individual resource for clients..
- An 8 hour State-Certified DUI Education program is offered on the third Saturday of each month. Based on the Prime for Life Curriculum. Call to find out the next available class - 307-733-3908. A State-Certified DUI Education Class in Spanish is also offered when there are enough people registered for the class. ..
- An 8 hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness class - is offered approximately every 6 weeks. This class is geared toward those who have been recommended to take a class but were not involved in a driving violation. Public Intoxication and Possession charges fall into this category. Please call 307-733-3908 to reserve your spot. A Spanish Alcohol Awareness class is offered when at least four confirmed participants have signed up for the class. ..
- Too Good for Drugs is an 8-week prevention curriculum that is taught in collaboration with the Teton County School District to students in grades 4 - 9 ..
- Prevention Education for the Workplace classes are offered and can be provided at the Curran Seeley offices, or at your place of business. Providing Drug and Alcohol education to employees can help lower worker’s compensation premiums, improve productivity and lower work absences ..
STATE CERTIFIED DUI CLASS
Our 8 hour State-Certified DUI Education program is offered on the third Saturday of each month. Based on the Prime for Life Curriculum, this class is accepted for the DUI Education standards required by the State of Wyoming. If you are being asked to complete this class by an organization outside of Wyoming, you should obtain approval from that organization prior to taking the class. Please call 307-733-3908 to reserve your spot. A State-Certified DUI Education Class in Spanish is scheduled when there are enough people registered for the class. If you have signed up for a class that has yet to be scheduled, you will be contacted by our office when a date is set.
STATE CERTIFIED AWARENESS CLASS
An 8 hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness class is offered approximately every 6 weeks. This class is geared toward those who have been recommended to take a class but were not involved in a driving violation. Public Intoxication and Possession charges fall into this category. Please call 307-733-3908 to reserve your spot. A Spanish Alcohol Awareness class is scheduled when there are enough people registered for the class. If you have signed up for a class that has yet to be scheduled, you will be contacted by our office when a date is set.
Classes take place from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
at the Curran Seeley Offices:
610 W. Broadway, Suite L-01 (Basement Level)
Cost is $125.00 per person
Call 307-733-3908 to reserve your spot
Interventions are usually called upon as last hope measures for someone that has a chronic, abusive relationship with an addictive substance such as drugs or alcohol. If this addiction is allowed to continue, the chances of the individual dying or facing irreversible problems is almost inevitable. Making the decision to get help for a loved one is accompanied with the fear that the individual will be angry or feel betrayed. But one must stop and think what is more important, helping someone you love or standing by watching them fade away.
Curran Seeley provides the professional services needed to educate, guide and support those wishing to help someone who doesn’t want help. Educational materials on the disease concept, with a special emphasis on the family’s role, are provided. Steps to a possible family intervention are offered. We work with the family at their pace to help them become familiar with the options available to assist their loved one to get treatment. Support is offered, with an emphasis for them to attend Alanon.more
The Men’s Violence Prevention is a 26-session program for men having trouble with, or convicted of, family violence, domestic abuse, or power and control issues. Sessions are held once a week with a varied curriculum. Abstinence from the use of all alcohol and drugs while in this program is mandatory. Education as to the part alcohol and drug abuse plays in domestic violence is included in the curriculum.more
The Anger Management group meets once a week for 10 weeks. This program’s primary goal is to prevent anger from manifesting itself into negative consequences in a person’s daily life. Individuals are helped to learn to cope in healthy ways with anger, stress and frustrations by developing better assertiveness and conflict resolution skills.more
- Individual counseling with a professional, experienced substance abuse therapist are available upon request.
- Sliding scale fee applies to individual counseling sessions.
Long-term support group meeting once a week, utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach for those needing more intensive, ongoing therapy. Individualized to meet each person’s needs.more