The Best Place For Help And Healing
We offer a judgment-free, safe environment, where we’ll take the time to get to know meet each woman where she’s at and create a plan to provide tools and support for a lifetime of recovery and well-being.
We provide a full continuum of care for women ranging from outpatient services to residential treatment, transition planning, and aftercare.
Our Women’s Treatment Programs Offer
- Licensed treatment and co-occurring mental health services
- Psychiatric medicine and ambulatory withdrawal services
- Long-term residential recovery
- Transitional planning, including transitional housing
- Aftercare services
- Peer Support
- Family involvement and connection – we provide different ways for families and loved ones to stay connected
- Passes, and visits with family members
- Family/caregiver support
- Emphasis on a peer-supportive community, and building healthy relationships
- Environments that foster support for each individual
- Integrated partnerships within the recovery community
We provide person-centered treatment in a healing environment with programs and services specifically for women
- Licensed and professional care team
- Coordinated and integrated care
- Residential programs staffed 24/7
- Private and semi-private rooms
Spirituality And Faith
For most people, spirituality is a deep personal experience that can be vital to the recovery process.
Each of our programs provides opportunities to grow spiritually and at your own pace. In our licensed treatment programs, we offer a faith-based track that is optional. In our long-term recovery program, faith-based principles and practices such as singing, attending chapel, and Bible study are integrated into weekly activities.
Our Staff Has Been Where You Are
- Our buildings are staffed by women, for women
- Someone is there for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- We staff medically licensed nurses, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Peer Recovery Support Specialists, Mental Health Practitioners
- A staff to client ratio that allows each woman a level of individual attention
What Happens After Treatment
We are dedicated to helping those in recovery be successful in the long-term.
We provide transition planning during our long-term recovery program we offer classes and workshops to prepare for life after treatment.
Follow-ups with check ins and aftercare services
- Graduate with a discharge plan with a job, a place to live, and a church
- Assistance with employment
- Alumni community and events
- Relapse prevention with Aftercare Chaplains
Women’s Clinical Services
Your mental health is very important to us and to your recovery. Not all clients that come through our programs require mental health services, but many choose to receive mental health support because of the positive impact it has on their overall recovery and well-being.
Our approach is personal and holistic – we recognize you as an individual and work with you to assess your needs to reach a place where you are thriving mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
When you come to us, we will work with you to define a plan that supports your long-term sobriety and overall health and wellness. To support these efforts, we offer a wide range of clinical services including:
“Counseling has helped me learn to cope with my internal struggles and how
to handle different levels of stress.”
Outpatient treatment for residential clients tailored toward substance abuse issues
Work through challenges from your life and improve feelings, behaviors, and belief systems
Mental Health Group Therapy
Currently we are offering the following groups; Parenting, Skills, Relationships
Reduce distress and improve the health of your family system
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Identify and change negative thinking patterns and support positive behavioral changes
Nicotine, opiate and meth support, responsible living, understanding anger, grief/loss, co-dependency, eating disorders, driving with care, 12-Step Discovery AA, medication management, equine therapy outings, music, transition and aftercare prep, career transition workshop, and legal clinics. Electives are added on a regular basis.
Recovery Looks Like
- Maintaining abstinence from mood-altering substances
- Enhancing personal motivation for long-term recovery
- Identifying individual strengths and abilities
- Learning new emotional coping skills
- Developing relational skills
- Building a support system within your family and community
- Learning and practicing recovery maintenance skills
- Understanding and self-care of Mental Health symptoms
- Stronger understanding of faith and community
- Learning and practicing parenting skills