Alcohol and Drug Treatment
Josephine County Community Corrections Substance Abuse Program is an adult and juvenile state licensed outpatient alcohol and drug treatment program, DUII education and rehabilitation provider. We serve Community Corrections clients in Josephine County.
|Community Corrections Office|
Our services include; assessments, education, relapse prevention groups (therapeutic and lifeskills), interventions, DUII education, DUII rehabilitation, MIP education, MRT classes (Moral Reconation), networking with other agencies and making the appropriate referrals.
We have been in service since April 1998.
The mission of the JCCC Substance Abuse Program is to move the substance abusing offender from resistance of compliance to full involvement with voluntary self change through participation in treatment services and recovery activities.
The Josephine County Community Justice Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program believes that chemical dependency is a primary disease process requiring intervention and treatment at the earliest possible stage of the development of the symptoms. We believe that chemical dependency requires holistic treatment to the fullest extent of available resources, including working most effective in a structured but supportive, encouraging and compassionate environment. While we espouse the disease concept of addiction, we support fully the perspective that recovery requires client acceptance of responsibility for all choices, and that experiencing the natural consequences of behavior is therapeutic and appropriate.
Denise Olson, NCACI, is our Program Manager. She received her Associates Degree from Rogue Community College in Human Services in 1993. She has been in the field providing service since that time.
Jon Parish, BA, CADC1 is a Counselor / Case Specialist, who performs weekly client orientations, schedules appointments, tracks client information, and facilitates groups. He had been in the education field for over 15 years before entering the A&D field, where he has been counseling for the last 9 years.
Steve Monroe, AA, CADC I is a Counselor / Case Specialist who performs weekly client orientations, schedules appointments, tracks client information, and faclitates groups. Steve received his AA Degree from Rogue Community College in 2006 and is continuing his education in pursuit of a Bachelor's Degree from Portland State University. Monroe has recently been recognized as an alumnus from the Ford Foundation Class of 2006. He has been with Community Corrections for four years.
Steve Monroe 474-5278
Jon Parish 474-5195
Links: Oregon AA Meetings
Grants Pass NA Meetings
Contact: Denise Olson, Treatment Program Manager
510 NW 4th ST
Grants Pass, OR 97526