DUI Education

DXT provides a comprehensive assessment prior to being placed in DUI classes. Classes are held Saturdays from 9am-11am. DUI Education participants must complete a minimum  six weekly, 2-hour sessions for a total of 12 hours to get completion certificate. Class covers scope of drinking-driver problems; drinking patterns and characteristics; the pharmacology of drugs and alcohol; the process of addiction; the relationship of substance use and criminal, health, family, and other social problems; and treatment resources. DXT staff will update appointment court personnel on progress. 

Early Intervention

DXT provides early intervention to those who may be at risk for developing a substance-related disorder. We make appropriate recommendations through comprehensive assessments based on client needs and concerns.

Assessment & Screening

  • Level 0.5 Treatment

  • Level 1.0 Treatment

  • Level 2.1 Intensive OutpatientTreatment

  • 3 hour Drug and Alcohol

  • Driver Improvement Program

Counseling and Psychiatric Services

DXT provides individual, group, family and school based mental health counseling to children, adolescents and adults. Psychiatric services are available for evaluations and medication management. We treat clients and families with an array of mental and behavioral health issues.

DXT accepts various private insurances and Medical Assistance. Please contact us for a specific listing. DXT does not discriminate nor turn away clients who cannot afford services, and therefore can provide services to clients based on a sliding scale fee.

Welcome to PRP

Psychiatric rehabilitation program (PRP) services are provided by a program approved under COMAR10.63 PRP services provide rehabilitation and support for participants to develop and enhance their community and independent living skills. Services may be provided at a onsite, home, school, job, or another appropriate location in the community (off-site); or at a combination of the two(blended onsite and off-site).

Goal of PRP

Treatment plans are developed to assist with creating goals that will address identified issues. Addressing these issues will decrease negative behaviors that interfere with healthy living and increasing positive behaviors will assist with living a more successful happy life.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (PRP)

PRP is a program designed for children, adolescents and adults that incorporates the collaboration between the therapist and rehabilitation coordinator to promote positive behaviors and interactions, while decreasing negative behaviors. The PRP Coordinators provide service visits with clients working on goal-oriented behavior weekly. Group sessions for PRP services are held regularly on site. Rehabilitation coordinators work to addresses  following:

Adult Clients

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Money Management Skills

  • Obtaining and Maintaining

  • Housing

  • Employment Assistance

  • Self-care and Social Skills

  • Assistance With Obtaining Entitlements and Other Resources

  • Self-management and Wellness

Children and Adolescent Clients

  • Social Skills

  • Coping Skills

  • Independent Living Skills

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Anger Management

  • Group session activities to enhance social interaction skills with peers


PRP Eligibility:

  • Ages 5 and up

  • Medicaid Recipients who are receiving therapy

  • For general questions, contact Customer Service at 630-792-5800.

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