The Matrix Model Certification Process is designed to identify those treatment programs that are implementing the Matrix Model with fidelity. The certification provides assurance that the program is, in fact, delivering the treatment as it was designed to be delivered for maximum effectiveness.
Matrix Institute on Addictions will provide certification to organizations that apply and meet the criteria. As part of this process, Matrix will also provide ongoing support, guidance and assistance in the effective implementation and utilization of the Matrix Model of Treatment. The goal is for the certified programs to form a supportive alliance where they can share information, innovations, support and encouragement for each other.
This alliance of certified, evidence-based programs will also provide fertile opportunities for research and development in the continuing evolution of the Matrix Model of Outpatient Treatment. For more information about how to obtain certification please contact Matrix Institute on Addictions: email@example.com
The following sites have achieved certification. They are recommended by Matrix Institute as programs that are delivering the Matrix Model with a high degree of fidelity.
Canada YELLOW KNIFE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Tree of Peace Friendship Centre
5011 – 51st St. P.O. Box 2667
Yellowknife, NWT, Canada 867-873-2864 Key Supervisor: Rick Alexander
The Tree of Peace Friendship Centre was incorporated in June 1970. It has established itself and is recognized by the community as an institution serving both aboriginal and non-aboriginal people of Yellowknife and the surrounding Dene/Metis communities. Programs are developed to respond to specific needs of the general public. Programs are developed and administered to preserve the traditional culture, to train and educate individuals for future employment and to assist individuals and families to deal with social issues that get in the way of more healthy and productive lives.
Bayless Healthcare, Inc.
3033 N. Central Ave., Suite 700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Bayless Integrated Healthcare was founded in 1982 by Dr. Michael Bayless as a ground-breaking model for mental healthcare utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach offering integrated services for all ages and socio-economic classes. Bayless offers family medicine, emotional and behavioral healthcare, addiction treatment, and social healthcare services to families and children, adults, the elderly, and the community. At Bayless Integrated Healthcare they pride themselves in treating all patients and not discriminating with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability.
Valle Del Sol
3807 N. 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014 602-258-6797 Key Supervisor: Arbita Ferozepurwalla
They are a full service Adolescent IOP agency. They provide a full contiuum of services including; family services, drug treatment, psychosocial assessments and psychiatric services.
Matrix Institute – Rancho Cucamonga
11777 Sebastian Way, Suite 102A & 102B
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 909-989-9724
This is a Matrix community clinic and training site. For more information go to Locations on this website.
Matrix Institute – West Los Angeles
1849 Sawtelle Blvd. Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90025 310-478-8305 Key Supervisor: Janice Stimson
This is a Matrix community clinic. For more information go to Locations on this website.
Matrix Institute – Woodland Hills 20350 Ventura Blvd. Suite 230
Woodland Hills, CA 91364 818-226-6070 Key Supervisor: Ahndrea Weiner
This is a Matrix community clinic and training site. For more information go to Locations on this website.
Hamilton Center, Inc.
620 Eighth Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47804
Hamilton Center, Inc. is a regional behavioral health system in Central and West Central Indiana with corporate offices located in Terre Haute, IN. Services and treatment are provided to children, youth and adults, with specialized programs for expectant mothers, infants, and people with drug and alcohol problems. Counseling and therapy services are provided for people who may be struggling with stress, life changes, or relationship issues as well as more serious problems such as depression, anxiety disorders, serious mental illnesses.
Greater Nashua Mental Health Center
7 Prospect Street
Nashua, New Hampshire, 03060
The Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is a full community mental health center serving adults and adolescents. They utilize state of the art, evidence-based practices, specializing in, but not limited to, treatment for individuals with severe and persistent behavioral health challenges, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders, the agency delivers services to children, adolescents, adults, older adults and their families; programs are available for every stage of the life cycle person
New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU), School of Social Work
Community Clinical Treatment Program 401 Roma, NW-4th Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102 Key Supervisors for NMHU-CCTP
Herman Delgado-Program Director
Francisco Chavez-Clinical Supervisor
J Rocky Romero-Program Administrator
New Mexico Highlands University-School of Social Work Community Clinical Treatment Program (NMHU-CCTP) provides services to all DWI offenders referred to the Bernalillo County- Community Custody Program with the goal of reducing DWI recidivism. We will accomplish this goal by offering the Matrix Model, an evidence based intensive substance abuse treatment program, aftercare follow up and program evaluation.
NMHU-CCTP provides evidences based intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment to approximately 400 (four hundred) individuals in the Bernalillo County Community Custody Program utilizing solely the Matrix Model. Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) lasts for sixteen weeks. The IOP provides nine (9) hours of treatment weekly to include individual, groups and outside support group involvement for the first month and up to seven (7) hours of treatment per week for the following three months after the individual completes the Early Recovery Group during the first month of program involvement. Each individual will have a comprehensive assessment (Behavioral Addictions Severity Index) and a follow up reassessment at the time of program completion/termination.
South East Human Service Center
2624 9th Avenue South 701-298-4500 Key Supervisor: Brad Brown, LAC
This Matrix program is located in the city of Fargo and ably serves both private and county-funded clientele. They were one of the earliest programs to be a Certified Matrix program and have led the way for other state-funded programs in North Dakota.
North Central Human Services
1015 South Broadway, Suite #18 701-857-8500 Key Supervisor: Candace Picard
North Central Human Service Center located in Minot, North Dakota, has been using the Matrix Model since October, 2007. This location works with private clients as well as clients who have been mandated into treatment. The program is located within a full service psychotherapy center, so that clients with other diagnoses are able to obtain other services as well.
West Central Human Service Center
1237 West Divide Avenue, Suite #5 701-328-8762 Key Supervisor: Lisa Ronsberg, LAC
The West Central Human Service Center is located in Bismarck, North Dakota. This organization has been serving both mandated and voluntary clients at this location since July 2006. The program can also provide help at this facility for clients with co-occurring disorders and mental health issues as they are a full service therapeutic center.
South Central Human Service Center 520 3rd Street NW 701-253-6300 Key Supervisor: Kristie Spooner, LAC, LICSW
Northeast Human Service Center 151 4th Street Suite #401 701-795-3000 Key Supervisor: Deborah Davis
Northwest Human Service Center 316 2nd Avenue W. 701-774-4600 Key Supervisor: Candace Picard
Lake Region Human Service Center 200 Hwy 2 SW 701-665-2200 Key Supervisor: Ava Boknecht
Freewill Baptist Family Ministries
90 Stanley Lane
Greeneville, TN 37743 423-278-1593 Key Supervsior: Jamye Carr, M Ed.
The Free Will Baptist Youth Center provides residential services to male adolescent youth and provides a specific track for young men needing substance use disorder treatment.
Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation
400 Mann St. Suite 405
Corpus Christi, TX 78401 361-814-2001 Key Supervisor: Roger D. Vasquez, MA
Provides mental health, chemical dependency and substance abuse services to 12 counties in South Texas.
Utah Weber Human Services
237 26th Street
Ogden Utah 84401 801-625-3700 Key Supervisor: Mace Warren
Weber Human Services provides substance abuse, mental health and senior service programs throughout Weber and Morgan Counties, in Ogden Utah. According to their website it is the only organization in the State of Utah that offers these services under a single administration. The Matrix Model has been used as one of the evidence based treatment modalities within their organization.
Genesis Behavioral Health
1626 Clarence Court
West Bend, Wisconsin 53090 262-338-8611 Key Supervisor: Scott Huntington
The Genesis Behavioral Health program provides outpatient substance abuse and mental health services for private pay clients as well as those released from the Wisconsin Correctional System in a system that has multiple levels of care and treatment modalities. They provide both adult and adolescent services in a program that is highly recommended by several State referral sources.
Centro de Rehabilitación del Paciente Adicto CEREPA – PREDISAN
Apartado Postal # 47
Honduras, Centro America http://predisan.org/cerepa-addiction-center/ 504-2-799-4662 504-2-799-4027 504-2-799-5703 Key Supervisor: Sergio Licona, MD
CEREPA is a comprehensive inpatient Christian addiction treatment center in Honduras. The Matrix Model is the principle Substance Use treatment model and is incorporated as part of their integral treatment services which include: in-patient detoxification, medically assisted treatment and primary medical care.
Centro de Especialidades en Adicciones CEA KM 14.3 Carretera SUR
Managua, Nicaragua 505-2265-7097 Key Supervisor: Javier Ley
CEA includes an Inpatient Program an Outpatient Program, a Family Program and a Continuing Care Program. They offer education and prevention services as a means for individuals and groups to better understand addiction as a disease. Their Mission is to help people, families and communities affected by addicition to alcohol, other substances and related conditions to find a path of recovery towards a diginified life.
Bldg. F, Suite 102-105
Hagatna, Guam Key Supervisor: Athena Duenas, CSAC 671-475-5438
New Beginnings has been providing chemical dependency treatment since the early 1980’s.The majority of the clients served are from the criminal justice system, however they are also referred clients from the private sector and the medical community. They provide training and supervision to many other South Pacific Islands and Territories within a 6000 mile radius.
National Rehabilitation Center
PO Box 5501
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Key Supervisor: Alyazia Alkhaja, Psychologist Tel: +971-2-446-7777 Toll Free: 8002252
First certified Matrix Model site in the Middle East since 2014. Serving a population of Men in a residential and out patent treatment settings. All funding is provided by the UAE. Treatment available for native Emirati’s. The NRC also serves an expatriate population on a fee for service basis.
Tafelsig Community Health Centre
Mitchell’s Plain Sub-District
City Health Directorate
Tafelsig, Mitchell’s Plain 7785
City of Cape Town 27-21-397-8195 Key Supervisor: Bronwyn Myers, Ph.D
This is the first clinic to be certified on the African continent. They serve a broad mix of clientele within the community health center where people come for help with their primary care, mental health and substance abuse problems. Their integrated delivery system offering one-stop shopping for the residents of their community is a model to be emulated by the rest of the world.
Delft South Community Health City of Cape Town
Key Supervisor: Warren Burnham Delft South is a Community Health Clinic. They started their Matrix tratment program in November 2009. Treatment is free and paid for by the City of Cape Town.
3 Dieppe Street
Key Supervisor: Warren Burnham The clinic is located 25 miles outside of Cape Town. Patients are referred by medical and mental health professionals in the community. Services are provided on a fee for service basis with discounted rates for those who cannot afford standard fees.
Bosasa Youth Development Agency Gauteng Provincial & Head Office
Mogale Business Park 1 Windsor Road Luipaardsvlei
Mogale City, 1740
Tel: +27 11 662 6000 Key Supervisor: Lydia Montjane
Bosasa offers drug and alcohol treatment to adolescent youth throughout South Africa at these centres:
Mogale Child and Youth Care Centre Mahikeng Child and Youth Care Centre Matlosana Child and Youth Care Centre Rustenburg Child and Youth Care Centre Mavambe Child and Youth Care Centre Horizon Child and Youth Care Centre Clanwilliam Child and Youth Care Centre Namaqua Child and Youth Care Centre Sikhuselekile Child and Youth Care Centre John X Merriman Child and Youth Care Centre Polkowane Youth Development Center De Aar Youth Development Center