As you can see in this side-by-side comparison, there are 10 major differences between The Juanita Center LLC and most other drug and alcohol treatment providers. For information, call:

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The Juanita Center LLC Most Other Providers
green checkmark95% or more of the counseling takes place in individual sessions.

Example: During a one-hour counseling session, one client receives 60 minutes of individual attention.

Many studies indicate individual counseling may be more effective than group counseling.

90% of counseling done in groups.
green checkmarkFocus of each session is based on the here-and-now for each client. Typically, the focus of each counseling session is global and may not be relevant to the here-and-now for the client.
green checkmarkClients offered an appointment within 72 hours of the initial request for services. Typically 2 weeks or more.
green checkmarkAll clients receive counseling from a counselor with over 25 years of experience in drug and alcohol counseling/treatment with graduate-level education. On average, the counselor typically has 5 years of experience and hasĀ  an Associate degree
green checkmarkAppointments offered 7 days a week. Typically 4 days a week (Mon-Thurs).
green checkmarkFlexible scheduling to meet busy schedules (morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend appointments are available). Appointment times are inflexible. Clients must attend a group at same time and day each week.
green checkmarkFree, limited family supportive counseling while clients are involved in outpatient counseling Typically a fee is charged.
green checkmarkLength of treatment is variable and is driven by client progress (court mandates can influence length of treatment). Typically appointments are fixed at a pre-determined number of weeks/sessions.
green checkmarkCommunity service/volunteer work may be considered as a means of paying for services—for those clients that have financial challenges. Not offered.
green checkmarkExtensive experience working with diverse groups: men, women, adolescents, military service members and families, pregnant women, Native Americans, parolees, and victims of domestic abuse. Typically limited experience or no experience working with one or more of these groups.