Levels of Care

Residential Treatment:

During this 90 day phase of treatment the client receives intensive treatment for addiction. This includes goal-oriented treatment planning, individual and group counseling, art, therapy, psychological testing and evaluation, educational lectures, parenting, GED program, and community 12 step meetings.

Transitional Housing:

This phase of treatment provides clients with the opportunity to live in a less structured environment as they begin to practice a daily recovery program which includes employment, attending school, or volunteer work. During this phase mothers are allowed to have their children live with them. Clients receive individual therapy sessions, supportive services, and attend weekly Aftercare groups.

Permanent Housing:

Actual property leasing is available through our permanent housing program. During this phase all clients are employed and are receiving supportive services.

Aftercare Services:

After completion of residential treatment, the client’s new skills in sobriety are supported through an Aftercare Program which is held weekly.


Services at a Glance
Structured Environment
Educational Lectures
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Special Needs Counseling
Family Programs
Behavior Modification
Life Skills Training
Employment/Job Opportunities
Case Management
Parenting Skills Training
12 Step Meetings
Peer Group Support
Individualized Treatment Plans
Outreach Services
GED/Education Program
Community Education
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