Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment at PaRC Can Help
We have over 30 years of experience treating patients just like you. You and your family have already seen what addiction can cause. The good news is that addiction is treatable. With the help of the experts at PaRC, you can manage your addiction. PaRC's programs are award-winning. They are based on treatment methods that are proven to increase sobriety rates over the long haul.
It is normal to have strong feelings about entering a drug rehab or alcohol treatment center like PaRC. But getting expert help is the best way to stop your addiction and rebuild your life. We are going to show you how.
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment at PaRC include:
Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment for Teens (13-17)
Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment for Young Adults (18-24)
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment for Adults (25+)
Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment for Professionals & Executives
Drug Rehab Aftercare
CMR Recovery Residence in Northport, New York, is an alcohol and substance abuse recovery program that was founded by the early members of the original 12-step program under the guidance of Bill W.
CMR is a philanthropic organization that offers a low monthly rate of only $6,000 (private pay). Our recovery services are customized to each individual's needs. Comfortable private and semi-private rooms are available. Ask about longer stays.
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.
Our A Forever Recovery program strives to give clients a positive environment to help him or her face and overcome their problems with addictions. Our facility is located at 216 St. Mary’s Lake Road in Battle Creek, Michigan. Perched on 14 beautiful acres overlooking a private lake, this 60,000 sq. ft. building is the ideal location for anyone who needs to escape from the frenzied world of addiction.
Upon arrival at our facility, you will notice a tranquil and inviting setting that gives a sense of serenity and peace. Upon entering the facility, you will enjoy a comforting environment where you can relax and let go of stress and fears. Warm colors and earth tones surround clients with a feeling of being nurtured. Our therapy rooms, lounges and walkways were designed to avoid giving a “clinical” feel, because we believe clients are more inclined to remain in the program if they feel comfortable with their surroundings. Staff members are available right away to help familiarize you with our program and with the facility itself, and to let you know you will not be alone in this endeavor.
Our facility also offers clients a secure environment that allows no access to substances of abuse. By removing clients from the negative surroundings that contributed to their drug abuse, they are not confronted by temptations and this allows them to focus entirely on healing. With a careful balance of education, nutrition, fitness routines, and counseling, clients gain the skills and knowledge required to enjoy a drug-free lifestyle outside the program. Within our walls, clients find everything they need from a fitness center, media center, game room, music and art center, dining area, quite areas for meditation, and much more.
The Life House is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to men. While at The Life House, clients are involved in various therapeutic, recreational and community, recovery-oriented activities. Each client is assigned a Clinician upon admission and given a thorough intake interview following which an individualized treatment plan is developed. Clients engage in weekly one-to-one counseling sessions in addition to a multitude of group activities which focus on: chemical dependency, sharing 'life stories', parenting, trauma recovery concepts, grief and loss, healthy relationships, recreation, vocational skills, social skills and daily living skills.
Volunteers of America is one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations, touching the lives of more than 2 million people each year in communities across the United States. Planning for the next 100 years, Volunteers of America will continue to prove that “there are no limits to caring.”
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
Triumph is multifaceted providing a continuum of care for chemically dependent individuals and their families. We offer assessment, intensive outpatient services, stabilization group, relapse prevention, family programs, parent-child advocacy, and housing in Yakima County. Triumph Treatment Services provides individual and family help for alcoholism and chemical dependency.
The Riel House is a female only center with 16 beds for adults and 15 beds for children.
Founded in 1961 as a small outpatient alcoholism treatment center, the agency has, since then, added four residential chemical dependency treatment facilities: One 78-bed facility for men in Buena, Washington; Three 16-bed facilities for women and their children in Yakima, Washington. We currently have one outreach program. This is the Parent-Child Assistance Program (P-CAP) which utilizes seven para-professionals to seek out and support at-risk women and their children. This is a best practices model.
We have 134 units of various kinds of housing but all low-income, clean and sober, and case-managed. We serve individuals and families in both transitional and permanent housing. We also manage a short-term shelter for families. We have several contracts which incorporate outreach and intensive case management.
Founded in 1980, Homeward Bound is one of the largest not-for-profit substance abuse and mental health treatment agencies in Texas. Homeward Bound is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors which includes attorneys, business leaders, a judge, and community volunteers dedicated to improving our community and the lives of those we serve. Homeward Bound’s programs serve over 6,000 individuals and their families per year.
Homeward Bound’s main facility is a 120 bed residential treatment facility located at 233 W. 10th Street near downtown Dallas. Outpatient treatment and administrative offices are located at 315 Sunset Avenue across Madison Street from our main facility. Both facilities are easily accessible from I-35 and I-30 and are on several DART bus lines. All programs are licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services and serve men and women from Dallas and the surrounding north Texas area. Staff psychiatrists, nurses, and a licensed addictionologist provide medically supervised crisis stabilization and detoxification services and care for our residential clients.
Licensed counselors provide intensive residential treatment on a 24 hour a day – 7 day a week basis. Outpatient treatment sessions are available Tuesday – Saturday in morning, afternoon and evening and include individual and group counseling, education about the disease of addiction, and training in the life skills needed for a productive life. Our programs are multi-cultural and target the chemically dependent and mentally ill adult.
Arapahoe House operates three adult social-model detoxification programs in Adams, Arapahoe, and Jefferson Counties.
The primary goals of our alcohol & drug treatment programs in Colorado are to monitor clients through a safe withdrawal; in addition these programs aim to motivate clients to seek further appropriate treatment. If the client is interested in further treatment, the staff will work with them to help facilitate linkage to ongoing care. Arapahoe House offers clinic-based alcohol & drug treatment programs in Colorado aimed at promoting early intervention or ongoing recovery from substance use disorders. Outpatient and intensive outpatient services allow the client to receive treatment and continue to live at home and attend school or work.
Vision: Excelsior Youth Center strives to connect youth to their futures. We serve a broad base of youth and families with the primary aim of identifying goals and making positive steps towards accomplishing them.
In our community we are advocates for youth and hold fast to the belief that children and families have the potential to be safer, stronger, and more satisfied in the lives they lead. Excelsior Youth Center provides comprehensive services to meet the holistic needs of those we serve.
Our staff seek formal and informal educational opportunities to develop skill sets that enhance the relationships we build with clients. We establish a professional environment marked by collaboration, respect, and unity. We are in the processes of continued self-evaluation and self-improvement. We cherish the privilege that we have been given to assist those in the search of better lives. We value professionalism, unity & communication.
Next Step is an adolescent chemical dependency treatment facility for young men ages 13 - 18 located in Staples, Minnesota.
Next Step is Minnesota Residents and Family (CRF) Rule compliant, and we are able to offer a full continuum of care. This means that we offer primary treatment and extended care services for all residents and transitional services for those planning to stay in the Staples area.
Treatment of chemical dependency in Minnesota has changed. Next Step is able to offer a full range of services based on client need. We understand that each client enters treatment with unique challenges and strengths. Next Step is committed to offering a program that is truly individual and in the best interest of the client.
Next Step offers many program opportunities to teach our clients how to live a happy, chemically free life. Each client can participate in sober activities that they will be able to take into their adult life.
Next Step is located in central northern Minnesota among several lakes, parks and other outdoor recreational areas. At Next Step, we expose our clients to camping, skiing, hiking, and other outdoor activities that help promote sober fun.
Elmhurst Home's women's facility, (Naomi's Nest) also provides both short term (14-30 days) to long term (90 days) residential substance abuse treatment for women who havechildren under the age of 18. This is in addition to our standard residential program offerings (previously listed). We offer the following services for our women's specialty program:
Gender specific substance abuse treatment and other therapeutic interventions for women who may address issues of relationships, sexual/physical abuse, parenting and childcare
Helping women with the process of retaining custody of their children (in conjunction with CPS)
Naomi's Nest also offers Outpatient Services for our women who are seeking continuum of care, after completing our residential substance abuse program.
We recognize that when you enter our door at Harbor House Incorporated for treatment, you are reaching out for help and will receive an empathic, welcoming response. We take responsibility for assisting each person who enters our door for help by making sure they receive an integrated risk assessment and screening to assure safety, and supportive assistance to engage appropriate services.
The programs offered here at Harbor House Incorporated provide the opportunity for a treatment relationship that integrates attention to clientsâ?™ multiple needs in treatment, and to appropriate referrals and resources during and after treatment.
The life of each person is precious, and we are part of welcoming each person into sober healthy living that includes recovery from co-occuring disorders.
Casa de las Amigas’ Sober Living program and facilities make it possible for women completing addiction treatment to move into a safe and supportive sober living setting for up to one year. For many women, the transition from addiction treatment to a sober living environment is critical to their success for long-term sobriety. We provide an affordable, loving and safe setting where participants live in the company of women who share the common goal of staying clean and building a life based on the 12-step principals of recovery.
Sober living participants receive supportive counseling from our staff, search for employment and continue their education as they make the transition back into society. Many are referred to the State Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Pasadena City College Occupational Training Center and Women at Work for assistance in job placement and training.
To assist women in need of literacy training, Casa de las Amigas has formed a partnership with Pasadena Reads, which offers reading assessment and tutoring on an individual basis and helps residents and graduates with GED preparation and resume writing.