PERSONAL FRONTIERS INC.
Working Towards a Brighter Future
Provide Substance Use Evaluations, Education and Treatment Services.
Philosophy and Principles
Personal Frontiers believes that every person possesses the inherent capacity to change. We believe that every person should be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their current or past choices. We believe that every person should be provided opportunities for change that are life enhancing.
Our primary commitment is to the general well-being and welfare of our clients, their families and the community. We are client centered, believing that affected persons and families have a capacity and ability to change and that our job is to assist them in developing a personal program of recovery and mental health. Programs are based on the idea that recovery is a process for some clients. Our job is to help clients nurture willingness to change and assist them in finding the skills and direction they need to sustain a change.
We ensure that a distinction is always drawn between what a person does and who they are. We strive to foster maximum self-determination on the part of the client and staff. We promote healthy and safe choices that are life enhancing. We respect privacy by holding personal information confidential. We identify a person’s skills, assets, deficiencies, and problems within a holistic concept. We engage in personal and professional practices that do not exclude, stigmatize or stereotype. We strive to reduce barriers for those seeking treatmnet or continuing care. We provide evidence-based treatment that utilizes divers modalities and multiple community resources. We ensure that services are purposeful and appropriate to the needs of the client. We ensure that a client’s goals, objectives, and progress are defined, measured, and monitored. We present information in terms that are clear, understandable, and useful. WE seek to understand unfamiliar philosophies, strategies, models and belief systems. We act in accordance with the highest standards of professional and personal conduct.
Recover Your Life
A state certified substance abuse clinician determines the clinical diagnoses and makes appropriate referral to programming based on the results of the testing and interview with the client.
Available Monday thru Thursday by appointment only between 8:30am and 4:00pm. Exceptions can be made in cases of emergency.
PREVENTION, INTERVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAM (DUI CLASS)
Consists of eight (8) hours of group discussion and education surrounding the consequences, legal implications, physiological, social, and psychological effects of drinking and driving. This program is based on a state approved best practice curriculum and complies with the requirements set for by WYDOT in regards to DUI offenders.
Days and Times of Service: Second Friday of each month 8:30am and 5:00pm
THINKING ERRORS/SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION (TE/SA PROGRAM)
Twelve hour class designed for individuals who have demonstrated self-defeating behaviors through dysfunctional thinking patterns and have acted out in criminal and/or substance abuse activities.
Days and Times: Two session class that occurs on the FIRST and THIRD Friday every other month beginning in January from 9:00am to 4:00pm
MARIJUANA EARLY INTERVENTION CLASS
Four hour class designed for adolescents ages 13-18 who struggle with Marijuana use.
Days and Times: Two session class that occurs on the FIRST and THIRD Tuesday every other month from 3:30pm to 5:30pm
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT (IOP)
This program consists of a minimum of 120 clinical hours of group therapy, divided into three (3) phases of treatment.
Days of Service: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 8:30pm for a minimum of 8 weeks.
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT (OP)
This program consists of 48 hours of group and individual therapy based on individual client needs.
Days and Times of Service:
Relapse Prevention is held Monday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 7:30pm for a minimum of 8 weeks.
Aftercare is held on Wednesday’s from 5:40pm to 7:30pm for a minimum of 8 weeks
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT 12-STEP GROUP
This program consists of 24 hours of group therapy. This is a closed group that will start and end with the same clients. Restarts every 12 weeks
Days and Times of Service: Thursdays 5:30pm to 7:30pm for 12 weeks
Family program is for spouses, children, parents and other emotionally involved individuals with the alcoholic/addict.
Days and Times: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 8:30 pm for a total of 9 hours. Occurs once every 8 weeks during IOP programming.
INDIVIDUAL AND COUPLES COUNSELING
Services are offered to deal with specific issues in a safe environment which may not be appropriate for a group therapy setting.
Days and Times: Monday thru Thursday by appointment only between 8:30am and 4:00pm. Exceptions can be made in cases of emergency.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Comprehensive treatment of behavioral disorders and mental illness. EMDR is also available.
A targeted form of counseling designed to highlight stressors and triggers to develop coping skills for the real world.
PFI works with clients after they leave our program to ensure that they are successful as they move back into their own life.
PROJECT RECOVERY MEDICAL ASSISTED TREATMENT (MAT)
PFI is proud to partner with Dr. Stephen Tamang and Project Recovery out of Rapid City, SD to offer an opioid treatment program. This program will utilize the use of medicines such as suboxone as well as antidepressants for patients in need under the supervision of tele-medical professionals.
We are always looking for new donors and volunteers who are wanting to help make a positive impact in their community as a whole. If you are interested in donating or volunteering (or both) please give us a call at (307) 682-1189 or come visit us at 310 S Miller Ave. Suite G Gillette, WY 82716
Also check out our Facebook page for information on fundraising events as they come up in the community.
Download and fill out before your appointment to save time
FAMILY AND PERSONAL HEALTH HISTORY
NEW ADULT CLIENT PACKET
RELEASE OF INFORMATION FORM
This form informs you of the HIPPA laws regarding counseling services.
This file has to be filled out before your appointment to highlight your personal and family health history.
This Adult Client Packet is for new patients.
This form allows for PFI to send your information to those who might need to see the results, i.e. a lawyer, P.O., court or other counseling center.
NEW CLIENT SURVEY
This survey helps us to understand about your life and who we are about to help
This document informs our clients the hazards of communicable diseases
CONTACT PERSONAL FRONTIERS INC
310 S Miller Ave # G, Gillette, WY 82716, USA
Phone: (307) 686-1189
Thanks for submitting!