Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Recovering Hope provides integrated individualized outpatient substance use and mental health disorder therapy services for adults ages 18+.
Clients entering outpatient treatment receive a comprehensive substance use assessment to determine the appropriate level of care required to address their recovery goals. Assessment criteria are based the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) and American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).
Intensive outpatient programming (IOP):
- 10 hours of weekly programming for eight weeks — 9 hours of group counseling sessions and one hour of individual counseling with a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.
- Weekly IOP programming may be modified to accommodate an individual client’s clinical needs or legal requirements.
- To accommodate client schedules, weekly daytime and evening programming is offered from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; and from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
- Programming is not offered on national and state holidays.
Relapse prevention (RP):
- All clients are required to complete RP programming before they exit outpatient treatment.
- RP treatment includes 4 hours of weekly programming for eight weeks – three hours of group counseling sessions and one hour of individual counseling with a licensed alcohol and drug counselor.
- Weekly RP programming may be modified to accommodate an individual client’s clinical needs or legal requirements.
- RP programming is offered from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays
- Programming is not offered on national or state holidays.
Onsite mental health services provide additional support:
In addition to outpatient substance use disorder treatment, Recovering Hope maintains a comprehensive mental health therapy center on its Mora campus, giving clients convenient onsite access to family and individual counseling, psychiatric nursing, medication management, eye movement and desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, and assessments. <Link here for more details on the Recovering Hope mental health services>
We’re here to help. Call us at 1-844-314 HOPE to make an appointment.
To schedule an appointment, make a referral, please contact our adult outpatient substance use disorder admissions team at:
Recovering Hope Treatment Center accepts most forms of insurance including Behavior Health Funding (BHF, formerly known as CCDTF) medical assistance, and commercial health insurance plans. Recovering Hope Treatment Center is contracted with the following health insurance providers:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Health Partners
- Itasca Medical Care
- Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP)
- Preferred One
- Prime West
- South Country Health Alliance (SCHA)
- Medical Assistance (MA)
Recovering Hope also offers self-pay options to accommodate individuals who do not have insurance, are out of network, or would prefer to not use their insurance.
At A Glance
- Mora, Minnesota
- Adults 18+ (all genders)
Levels of Care
- Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP): 10 hours of weekly programming for eight weeks.
- Relapse Prevention (RP): Four hours of weekly programming for eight weeks.
- Case management
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Individualized treatment plans
Additional Services Offered
- Mental Health Counseling Individual, couples or family therapy
- Telepsychiatry services
- Medication management
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
Meet the Staff
Darci Wikelius, MA, LADC, LPCC
Clinical Therapist/Outpatient and Mental Health Clinical Program Manager
Darci has worked in a variety of areas of clinical therapy including intensive care for children with autism, sex offender treatment for developmentally disabled adults, substance use assessments and treatment for individuals with mental illness/chemical dependency, outpatient therapy, and sex offender specific treatment at the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) and within the sex offender program at the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Darci is dedicated to helping individuals find value and meaning in their lives, particularly in addressing areas surrounding relationships, sexuality, abuse/trauma, behavioral issues and self-worth. She also incorporates the use of animal-assisted therapy in individual therapy sessions with her certified therapy dog, Marvel. She uses strategies from many methodologies including cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. Darci is a board-certified licensing supervisor and provides supervision to Recovering Hope staff seeking licensure as alcohol and drug counselors (LADC) or professional clinical counselors (LPCC). Currently, Darci is working toward a doctor’s degree in clinical psychology.
Kim Enos, MSE, LADC
Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Kim comes to Recovering Hope with more than 11 years’ experience working with diverse populations in a wide variety of treatment settings. At Recovering Hope, she facilitates evening group sessions in the outpatient substance use disorder treatment program. She has a master’s degree in mental health counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and a bachelor’s degree in criminology from the University of Minnesota Duluth. Kim is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in addiction studies from Northcentral University.
Carissa White, MPS, LADC
Carissa White is a mental health counselor specializing in issues relating to LGBTQ+, grief/loss and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Carissa graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in integrated behavioral health. In addition, she is certified in DBT and cognitive behavior therapy. She is a member of the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADC) and the Psi Chi international psychology honorary.
Abby Cooper, LADC
Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Abby has worked primarily in mentally ill/chemically dependent (MI/CD) residential and inpatient settings during her career as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor. She has a bachelor’s degree in alcohol and drug counseling from Metro State University. Abby is a member of the Isanti County Substance Abuse Prevention and Recovery Coalition and operates a sober home in Cambridge, Minnesota.