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Jett Morgan Treatment Services, LLC provides services to adult men and women age 18 and up in a co-ed, outpatient setting.  We do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, marital status, family status, political affiliation or religious beliefs.  We provide priority admissions to pregnant women, IV drug users, and HIV positive clients.

Our approach to treatment is client centered, empowering and focused on the strengths of individual clients.  We believe that our clients are capable of making good decisions to regain control over their lives.  Treatment is based on the neuroscience concepts of Eric Kandel, Robert Sapolsky, David Eagleman, Dan Siegel, David Rock, and Jeffery Schwartz.  We draw upon the relapse prevention models of Marlatt and Gorski.  Our counseling approach is also influenced by the works of Ellis, Beck, Scott Miller and Bowen’s Family Systems Theory.  We use a motivational counseling style that is strength based and goal oriented, based on the work of Prochaska and DiClemente’s Stages of Change Model.

We utilize skill-based psychoeducational group counseling that focuses on the here and now to achieve a positive future.  We and not a traditional 12-Step program and do not require AA/NA attendance, though we support clients involved with these self-help groups.

Meet the Staff!

Jett Morgan Treatment Services, LLC is owned by Michelle Jett, AAS, CDC II, BHC II.  The owner manages the company with 20 years of combined substance abuse treatment experience in both the non- and for-profit sectors.  We have an excellent reputation within the professional field and work with other service providers to ensure that our client’s needs are met.  We have established good rapport with the judicial system by attending court status hearings regularly.  Additionally, Michelle Jett completed two internships with the Wellness Courts under the Anchorage Alcohol Safety Action Program.  

Michelle Jett, Director of Operations, Owner

Ariel was born and raised in Alaska! She is our primary counselor and has been with the company for seven years now!  She started off as an office assistant in 2011, and has gone on to become a certified chemical dependency counselor in 2016.  Ariel now serves as our primary counselor and performs many roles.  She assists adults struggling with substance abuse issues.  Ariel is also our liaison with other organization, such as: ASAP, Probation, OCS, and outreach programs. 

Ariel Valenzuela, CDC I, Primary Counselor
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