Addiction Counselors in Cody
Cody Regional Health's Cedar Mountain Center (CMC) is staffed with
individuals representing varied backgrounds, skills and counseling philosophies.
This variety provides the capability of matching a patient with a counselor
who would be most effective in working with the patient.
If you or someone you love could benefit from joining us for recovery,
please do not hesitate to call us at (307) 578-2531.
Cedar Mountain Center provides residential inpatient services that include:
integrated detox/withdrawal services, psychotherapy, medication-assisted
therapy (MAT), relapse prevention planning, and self-help recovery groups.
Utilizing a trauma-informed approach to treatment, Cedar Mountain Center
utilizes clinical or psychiatric evaluation, assessments, and/or diagnosis
to establish individualized client-centered treatment plans. Cedar Mountain
Center provides crisis intervention, on-going problem solving, progress
monitoring, and follow-up as needed while working collaboratively with
agencies, schools, courts, law enforcement, medical personnel, etc.
In compliance with the Wyoming Mental health Professions Practice Act (W.S.
33-38-103), Hippa, Garf and CMC services provided are confidential; any
information communicated or recorded for the purpose of diagnosis, evaluation,
or treatment is considered to be privileged communication and cannot be
disclosed by us without your written permission. You may refuse to disclose
and may prevent the disclosure of confidential information; however, there
are some situations in which it is mandatory we disclose.
Those situations include:
- Where abuse or harmful neglect of children, the elderly, or disabled or
incompetent individuals are known or reasonably suspected
- Where the validity of the will of a former patient or client is contested
- Where such information is necessary to defend against a malpractice action
brought by the patient or client
- Where the immediate threat of physical violence against a readily identifiable
victim is disclosed to a licensed mental health professional
- In the context of a civil commitment proceeding, where an immediate threat
of self-inflicted harm is disclosed to a licensed mental health professional
- Where the client alleges mental or emotional damages in civil litigation
or otherwise places his/her mental or emotional state in issue in any
judicial or administrative proceeding concerning child custody or visitation
- Where the patient or client is examined pursuant to a court order
- In the context of investigation and hearings brought by the patient or
client and conducted by the licensing board where violations of the Mental
Health Professions Licensing Act are at issue.