Western Montana Addiction Services
1325 Wyoming Street
Missoula, MT 59801
Katherine Isaacson, LCPC, CMHP
Kevin Stewart, M.Ed., LAC
Logan Cook, LCSW, LAC
Hours of Operation
8:30 am - 6 pm
Adolescent Services: Missoula County
Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment (ICT)
What is ICT?
ICT is a home and community based treatment program designed to assist teens and families address complex issues and the interaction between mental health and substance use disorders. ICT therapists meet with clients and their families several times each week to address substance use, mental health, and case management needs.
Goal of ICT
The primary goal of ICT is to assist clients and families in developing the skills and understanding needed to consistently and effectively manage the unique challenges related to co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Along with this, we strive to prevent out of home placement by helping families in stabilizing home environments and working through barriers to effective communication and boundary setting. We work with clients and families when clients return to the community from residential or group care to help ease the transition and maintain a higher level of structure while readjusting to life in the community.
Each week the client and family will have 3-5 face to face therapeutic sessions with an ICT therapist. Generally this includes an individual session, a parent coaching session, and a family session; however each treatment plan is individualized to address the unique needs of each client/family. Along with therapy services, the ICT Therapist also serves as case manager and on-call crisis worker meaning the client and family has one point of contact and will receive a consistent message from providers.
If you would like to make a referral, please contact Logan Cook at 406-532-9826.
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