Transitional Residential Treatment
These services provide up to 90 days’ of residential treatment though the average length of stay is about 60 days. Treatment stays are determined on a case-by-case basis depending upon clinical need and the guidelines set forth by the referring agency. The program provides a highly structured experience, which includes, day treatment services and group meetings emphasizing “real live” opportunities for cooperative living. Clients are able to explore and test relationships in a safe and secure environment.
Their rehabilitation and recovery occurs in the context of an “intentional community”. Having tasks associated with maintaining a household where cleaning, meal planning and cooking serves a practical purpose along with reinstilling the ability to function autonomously while emphasizing individual responsibility. Using the household milieu as a primary therapeutic tool, residents learn to build and maintain relationships, develop the skills of self-care in daily living, and utilize community resources for moving into the community following treatment.. All residential programs are licensed through the Department of Health Care Service.
Targeted Transitional Programs
This residential treatment program was the first of its kind to address HIV/AIDS issues in people with co-occurring substance use and mental health issues. Treatment is provided using a social rehabilitation recovery and wellness approach that uses staff, peers and community supports to enhance self-esteem, community participation, self-determination and support systems necessary to follow a path towards a sober lifestyle. Individual treatment planning and counseling, groups and structure are provided using a client centered approach to address the diverse needs of participants.
Is a transitional residential use treatment program with strategies developed for and focused on working with gay and bisexual men. Services are provided under the social rehabilitation model A minimum of 20 hours of onsite groups are provided focusing on substance use rehabilitation, interpersonal and independent living skills, as well as developing community support systems. Participants engage in a three tiered phase system in which they increase their participation in community based activities in preparation for reintegration into the community and maintaining sobriety