Westport House is a nationally recognized sober living program designed to reintegrate young men back into independence with the skills, practical experience, and foundation in recovery that best positions them for long-term success. Building upon the gains made during inpatient treatment, we emphasize goal-oriented action and the practical application of new coping skills to real life situations. Independence and personal responsibility gradually increase, with support from a team of experienced recovery professionals, individualized addiction treatment services, and graduated levels of residential care.
Following the basic principles of the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous, our highly personalized sober living environment helps each client develop the confidence and skills to lead a sober life full of meaning and purpose.
South Coast Counseling’s comprehensive program offers men and women the opportunity to secure a foundation in recovery, to break the devastating cycle of addiction and restore healthy personal, family, social and community relationships.
Our comprehensive program includes, process/group counseling, individual counseling, trauma exploration and resolution, life skills counseling, relapse counseling, guided meditation, addiction education, outstanding recreation activities, a place to grow and feel safe in your recovery as all of these aspects are combined to shape you in your treatment process.
The promise of hope starts with clear facts. Self discipline, accountability and the ability to make responsible choices are seen as essential for a successful recovery. Our structured approach is strongly based upon the 12 steps of AA and is designed to help our clients successfully develop these assets. To this end, the people in residence are referred to as students because they are here to learn and live a new life in sobriety. Our students are always treated with the utmost dignity and respect.
The education received through lectures, one-on-one counselling and group therapy instils awareness in each student of their addiction and how to cope with life on life's terms. Dignity and the development of a healthy self-image are viewed as basic to recovery. Emphasis is placed on developing rigorous self-honesty and learning appropriate self-care skills. Interest in appearance and well-being is fostered with a balanced diet and exercise.
At Alina Lodge we believe alcoholism is a chronic, progressive, potentially fatal disease that is highly treatable. With sufficient structure, support, and time in abstinence, we know that recovery is possible. We believe it is a family disease as well. Those who are related to an alcoholic / chemically addicted person often experience the same debilitating symptoms as the alcoholic /addict.
Thousands of men and women from all walks of life, vocations, ethnic backgrounds, and belief systems have begun their journey to continuous, productive, successful sobriety with us for the past 52 years. Recovery begins with a great deal of hard work on the student's part, learning the true nature of the disease while developing self-acceptance.
In Houston since 1986, Passages for Women has been providing an intimate residential community, structured therapy and highly personalized care for women who have completed their primary treatment for alcoholism and chemical dependency.
Our mission is to provide a highly effective treatment program in a residential environment that meets the spiritual and physical needs of chemically dependent women on their journey of recovery.
Palmetto Extended Care Recovery Houses are a welcome place for individuals who are vested in living a life of recovery. They may reside in the houses for as long as they adhere to the following rules and procedures:
• Complete abstinence from alcohol and all mood altering chemicals.
• Attends 12 step meetings, maintains a sponsor and home group.
• Obtain legal, gainful employment.
Established in 1986, Pine Ridge Treatment Centers, Inc. provides safe, therapeutically effective recovery and educational programs for individuals and family members who are effected by alcoholism and other dependencies. Treatment at the facilities is fully covered by union benefits.
Pine Ridge was organized by UFCW Local 1167 in 1988. It offers residential and intensive outpatient programs in Running Springs, Palm Desert, Lucerne Valley, Victorville and San Bernardino.
Members of the Railroad, UTU, IBEF, IBET, UFCW, Teamsters and other unions come to the facility from as far away as Chicago.
Pine Ridge Treatment Centers utilize a multidisciplinary team of professionals under the direction of Dr. Keith Simpson, a certified Addictionologist, Doctor of Public Health, a past President of the National Council on Alcoholism, and a leader in this field for over 35 years. Each staff member is professionally certified and has experience with twelve step groups and other community based interventions.
Pine Ridge Treatment Centers Residential Services minimize the resident’s anxiety and discomfort by creating a home like atmosphere. The setting is comfortable, relaxed and conducive to concentration on the difficult task of recovery. Included in the Residential Program are a full Biospychosocial Assessment, Individual Counseling, Family Involvement and Discharge Planning. Individuals living in the Inland Empire can participate in a year-long free aftercare program.
Pine Ridge recognizes that there are individuals who do not require long-term or residential alcohol and drug treatment. For these individuals, Pine Ridge Treatment Centers Outpatient program provides many of the same services obtained at higher levels of care but allows the patient to continue to work, attend school or meet other important obligations.
State Licensed and CARF National Accreditation
Rimrock Trails offers 50 day residential treatment. Adolescents have an opportunity to distance themselves from negative influences, develop sobriety, recover school credits in our onsite classrooms and participate in team building activities with the guidance of trained staff. They learn relapse prevention, distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal skills necessary to lead a more productive life.
We proudly provide a safe, secure, and comfortable therapeutic learning environment that is welcoming and conducive to change.
The length of time required to complete treatment varies according to each youth's individual needs and rate of progress.
At Wyoming Recovery, a patient may begin treatment at residential or outpatient levels of care, depending on the assessment of multiple dimensions, such as: need for detoxification, presence of complicating physical or emotional symptoms and level of support in home/work environments. Typically, a patient will transition from one level to another depending on progress, there is not a fixed length of stay. We offer the following levels of care:
DETOXIFICATION: Medical monitoring and support for patients experiencing or anticipating significant withdrawal symptoms. Medications are prescribed when necessary and patients are cared for in a 24-hour setting.
RESIDENTIAL: Seven days per week programming in supervised, 24-hour housing, with our full range of therapeutic and educational services.
PARTIAL DAY/EVENING TREATMENT: This treatment option follows most or all of the residential schedule but is for patients who do not require 24-hour care and who will spend nights at home.
INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM: Provides nine or more hours a week of group and individual therapy while living at home and possibly continuing to work. This can be the level of entry to treatment or a transition from residential treatment.
CONTINUING CARE: As a part of the relapse prevention program, continuing care offers weekly group sessions while allowing time to integrate back into a life of sobriety.
CLINIC: Both doctors see patients in the office for sobriety enhancing medications, such as Suboxone and pain management, plus psychiatric care.
Nestled in the heart of the Mother Lode of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountain range, this Progress House Women and Children’s Residential Program is five miles up the hill (elevation 1670′) from Sutter’s Mill in El Dorado County. This is a live-in residential program specializing in pregnant and parenting women offering over 30 hours of structured treatment services. Garden Valley is licensed for 16 women accompanied by up to 12 of their minor children; this program does allow women to bring their children with them into treatment. Pregnant women are able to stay from conception to two months post partum.
Garden Valley serves participants 18 years and older in a woman’s specific program. This structured program includes room and board, 24-hour supervision, group education and processing, individual counseling, childcare, and participation in self-help support groups. Additionally, this program offers specialty education in parenting, vocational rehabilitation, life skills, family group and anger management. This program is wheelchair accessible.
Aspell Recovery Center is aware of the correlation between alcohol and drug addiction and other mental/emotional disorders. The term co-occurring applies to those whom suffer from addiction along with one or more of those mental disorders. Aspell has the capabilities to address co-occurring disorders in one setting. When issues go beyond Aspell's scope of service then referrals to appropriate agencies are executed.
The Beachcomber Outpatient Services is designed for those who cannot go to inpatient or residential treatment AND for those seeking aftercare for an inpatient program. The Beachcomber Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed to expand on the thoughts and ideas which allowed our inpatient or residential program, The Beachcomber Family Center for Addiction Recovery, to build over 37 years of successfully treating those afflicted with alcoholism and drug addiction. This includes an emphasis on structure, discipline, hope, self-esteem, fun, and especially, the tools to stay sober after the IOP experience is completed.