Outpatient Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment

Community Healing Centers Niles is an Outpatient Behavioral Health Treatment Center specializing in both Substance Abuse and Mental Health. We serve the city of Niles and its surrounding areas, by offering a range of treatment programs focused on engaging individuals and their families in prevention, treatment, and recovery.

Niles Outpatient

Program Overview

Who

Adults age 18 and older.

When

By appointment.

What

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

IOP is designed to help individuals focus their time and energy on their sobriety, address early recovery issues and gain support as they begin their journey through providing education, accountability, structure, and support.

Outpatient Group

Upon completion of IOP, clients will be referred for individual and group services. These services are meant for clients who have recently completed the Intensive Program, or who initially present with a lower level of care. Clients continue with their individual sessions while they participate in this group.

Aside from our IOP and Outpatient Groups, we offer a variety of other resources:

The Alcohol Highway Safety and Education class is designed to provide an education on alcohol and other drugs, their effects on driving performance, safety and associated risks. The class focuses on alcohol and drugs and how it effects the legal, physical, psychological, and social aspect of our lives.

The Drug Awareness class is designed to provide comprehensive information about drugs: what they are, what they look like, how they are taken, and what they do to the body and the mind. The intent of the class is to inform and enlighten participants: it focuses on how a decision to open the door and enter the world of chemical use without knowledge can have a profound and negative impact.

Our Niles Family and Friends Program teaches people how to support their recovering loved ones and what they can do to also take care of themselves. Participants learn that they cannot control addiction, that they did not cause the addiction, and that they cannot cure the addiction.

SUDs stand for Substance Use Disorder group and is meant to help treat Co-Occurring Disorders.  The group consists of 16-week curriculum. This curriculum is based off the recommended curriculum for IOP groups. The group includes handouts, discussions, role-plays, videos, and art therapy.

Meet Community Healing Centers' Outpatient Therapists

Outpatient treatment is available by appointment.

Our Hours Are:
Monday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 8:00 am – 8:30 pm
Friday, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

For more information or to book an appointment, please call (269) 684-7741.

Darren Fox
Niles

Darren Fox is originally from Detroit. He graduated and worked at Western Michigan University before coming to Community Healing Centers – Niles.

Dr. Barbara Howe
Niles

Dr. Barbara Howe has been working with overburdened individuals and families for 25 years.