The Community Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Program offers classes for teens and young adults. Different levels of classes are provided. Clients are assessed using an evidence-based screening tool.
Classes & Groups
Community Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) offers early intervention support for individuals who need help with alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs.
SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral to Treatment)
This is a one-on-one intervention lasting up to 30 minutes. It focuses on raising awareness about substance use and its consequences and motivating participants towards positive change. It encourages participants to think differently about their use. High-risk users are provided with referrals to treatment. Cost: $75
This program consists of three two-hour, small group discussions led by a counselor. Participants engage in group activities and discussions about their current patterns of substance use, the risks involved, and harm-reduction strategies they can use to decrease personal risk. Cost: $140
This class assists participants in examining their own substance use and behavior by reviewing the individual’s consumption patterns, history, and related issues. The participant is provided with personalized feedback, and then works with a counselor to focus on ways to reduce future health, social, and legal risks. Cost: $140
This class is an extension of Basics 2 consisting of four individual sessions, allowing for greater depth and insight. Participants discuss their substance use, negative consequences, and develop skills and strategies to reduce risky use. Participants monitor their daily substance use throughout the sessions. Cost: $295
Clinical Substance Use Evaluation
Evaluations consist of a single 3-hour session for the purpose of gathering and reviewing the participant’s substance use and bio-psychosocial history in terms of health risks and protective factors. Formal assessment tools are used and the presence/absence of a dual diagnosis is evaluated. Findings and recommendations are provided in a written report. Cost: $250
Registration & Payment
Please call 303.413.7546 to register. Payment is due at the time of the first class. Cash, check, and Visa/MasterCard are accepted.
Please allow 24-hour notice when absolutely necessary to cancel a class.