Adult Outpatient Treatment
Adult Outpatient Treatment
Proving outpatient treatment services including IOP for those not in need of full inpatient
Please note the change in our treatment schedule for the upcoming Holiday, Week of 11/20/17-11/24/2017:
IOP: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Evening, 6p-9p
OP: Monday/Wednesday 11-12:30 am /Monday, Wednesday 6-9P
It has been our focus to support you in your recovery. We continue to wish you well as we enter the Holiday
- ASAM Level I Standard Outpatient, requiring attendance one time per week.
- ASAM Level II.1 Intensive Outpatient, requiring attendance three evenings per week.
Outpatient services are available to any adult who is trying to maintain sobriety or who is
seeking an assessment and/or treatment for a substance abuse addiction. Clients may be
self-referred, referred by another social services agency, the criminal justice system or by
an Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center.
Clients are provided with a supportive network of services in a caring and understanding
Anyone seeking outpatient substance abuse services is given an individual assessment prior to
treatment. This assessment gives the client an opportunity to discuss the problems he/she is
with a counselor who is trained to help the client develop a treatment plan specific to his/her
The length and intensity of treatment is determined by individual need and the treatment goals
client wishes to achieve.
Treatment is delivered in individual, group and didactic sessions. Case management and relapse
services are included. Attendance at AA/NA meetings is strongly encouraged and in some cases,
may be a
treatment requirement. All clients submit to random urinalysis testing for substances of abuse.
Clinical Director of Straight & Narrow's Outpatient Department
Donna Puglia is a Licensed Social Worker, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the state of New Jersey and Certified in Grief Recovery. She attended Thomas Edison State in New Jersey where she receives her BA degree in Psychology. Ms Puglia pursued her advanced education degree and graduated from Rutgers University, New Jersey, Master of Social Work program in 2014.
Ms. Puglia began her career in service work in 2004 working in Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program. In that service, Ms. Puglia has worked with families and the legal system and regarding Temporary Restraining Orders/TRO/PRO and advocated daily for the population she served. Ms Puglia has experience in Trauma/PTSD/and Sexual Assault
Ms Puglia’s experience in the field of addiction is with, inpatient, residential, halfway house, transitional housing, outpatient services, and intensive outpatient services.