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Behavioral Awareness Center Inc. (BAC) is a privately owned facility that provides counseling, education and treatment programs which will facilitate and change clients to a positive lifestyle in substance abuse recovery. We treat anyone who is eighteen years or older, regardless of race, religion, sex, sexual orientation and has a need for counseling or has a documented history of substance abuse.

Our Services

The services that are provided by BAC are held in the strictest confidence. The client’s personal information will not be divulged. BAC follows all HIPPA regulations.


A  physician who is Certified  by the American Society of Addiction Medicine and  a Diplomate, Multiple American Boards of Medial Specialties and specializes in addiction treatment.

Two Nurse Practitioners who specializes in addiction medicine.

One Registered Nurse (RN),Six Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
All whom administer medication and perform the duties of a Behavioral Health Technician. (BHT/BHP) Two Behavioral Health Technicians


A Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor who provides individual and group counseling.
Topics include Relapse Prevention, Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, Warning Signs, Triggers,
Communication, Time Management, Denial, Crisis Situations, Behavioral Health Issues, Family Roles,
Family Systems, Co-Dependence, and more.
A special emphasis is placed on involving family members as part of the recovery process but is not a
Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor CADC 1
Certified Recovery Mentor CRM
Quality Mental Health Associate Q.M.H.A
Traditional Health Care Adult Peer Specialist
Member American Society of Addiction Medicine
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-Administer the below medications as prescribed by the physician.

 a. Liquid Methadone

 b. 10mg Methadone Tablets

 c. 40mg Methadone Diskets

 d. Suboxone


To do mental and social health assessments to determine if the Client is eligible for entry into our maintenance facility


An initial and Eight Random Urinalysis tests are collected annually to Monitor the abstinence of illicit drugs or abuse.The presence of illicit substances in the urinalysis will not disqualify clients from our services.

Special Needs:

We assist and refer clients in need to appropriate programs for the disabled and or their special situations. This would include referrals to other agencies for continuity of care.