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.
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
We are a NARR and PARR certified sober living residence. This means we have been vetted thoroughly by the National Association of Recovery Residences and the Pennsylvanian Associations of Recovery Residences. This process is very thorough and requires inspections and sets a high bar for compliance, including a Code of Ethics, Resident Rights and a high level of integrity in everything we do.
One of the best choices you can make after an inpatient stay at a drug and alcohol rehab is living at a sober living residence. Your road to recovery, after your inpatient stay, should be with the Colonial Park House.
New hope has a 25 bed residential program for men in Mangum, Oklahoma and a 40 bed residential program women in Sayre, Oklahoma. Our program includes intensive residential services, and a women's sober living program for those who succesfully complete the program
Living in one of our sober homes aids the sometimes difficult transition of re-entering the community as a newly sober person. We provide clean and comfortable rooms in fully furnished houses for working class people who need a completely sober living environment. With locations in the Boston area, our sober homes are ideal for anyone looking to maintain their sobriety by living in a safe & comfortable environment while participating in their own recovery.
New Hope was established in 1993 to provide residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment and prevention/intervention services to the South Miami-Dade community. The Founder, Manuel A. Alvarez (Manny), dedicated his life to helping others following a spiritual experience with his lord and savior Jesus Christ. This spiritual experience occurred after many years in active addiction. Manny, at the age of 39, pursued his career in the field of addiction receiving a Masters Degree from Barry University. Manny was the original Program Director of a local treatment program, Agapes Women’s Center, who developed program’s entire treatment concept (1987). Having many years of experience and recognizing the gap in services and the need for treatment opportunities for men in the South Dade community, Manny branched off to create New Hope (1993). New Hope been providing residential services to indigent males since 1996.
New Hope currently provides comprehensive, culturally and ethnically sensitive programs for diverse special needs populations, including adults who are chronically homeless needing residential substance abuse treatment services and mental health services. New Hope believes that regeneration and rehabilitation is achieved when a change in attitude and behavior is accomplished, thus empowering the clients to become constructive and productive members of society through the following programs:
Male Residential Treatment Program (Since 1996)
Male/Female Outpatient Program (Since 1993)
Providing men with a comfortable place to learn new skills, focus fully on recovery, and associate with other men on the same path is our goal at Woodcrest. This rugged park-like setting in Riverside, CA is the perfect place to get away from the stressors that contribute to addiction. The stone fireplace, pleasant décor, and outdoor umbrella-shaded tables provide a homey, comfortable environment inside and out.
Woodcrest residential treatment services are tailored specifically for men. Men turn to substance abuse for different reasons than women, and face different challenges than women. Participating in men-only group therapy sessions provides a save environment where men can open up freely without distraction.
For over 46 years, our residential program has helped thousands of men and women on their path to recovery. By enhancing the existing program with an evidence-based clinical approach, South Coast Counseling focuses on every aspect of substance abuse recovery: Mental, Physical, Emotional and Spiritual.
The core of our program is a multimodal approach which attacks substance abuse and related issues from all sides in order to help our clients attain durable recovery. Treatment at our inpatient center delves deeply into the complex issues underlying and contributing to all facets of addiction.
We are located in beautiful Costa Mesa, just minutes from the beach. We offer semi private as well as private rooms and our treatment schedule varies according to each client’s needs. We do not subscribe to a one-size-fits-all approach. Our treatment team will develop a personalized treatment plan for each individual and offer full support from the initial detoxification phase all the way to the development of a sober identity. South Coast Counseling is prepared to handle and address all obstacles related to each individual's treatment goals.
Phase I services are provided at no cost to the client. A $40 book, supplies and admission processing fee must be paid on admission. This fee includes the cost of the required background check.
The Anchorage, Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit Christian organization dedicated to the transformation of men whose lives have been ravaged by alcohol/drug addiction.
Addiction has no boundaries. It affects all economic, racial, and spiritual groups. Our clients range from successful, well-educated professionals to the hourly shift workers. Addiction makes these men one in the same. At The Anchorage, there are no special treatments provided based on education level, income, race, or depth of spirituality. Each man is here for one purpose: to overcome his addiction. Our goal is to help show him the path to productivity.
Our doors are open to men above the age of 18 who have successfully completed a 5-day detoxification period, have no outstanding warrants or court dates, no serious health problems, and are comfortable in a Christian environment.
At Able to Change Recovery we believe that everyone is capable of having a life of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual satisfaction.
Our Mission is to provide the highest quality and most cost-effective chemical dependency treatment to those suffering from drug addiction, alcoholism, and related mental illnesses. We place great emphasis on restoring lives, rebuilding families, and improving communities. Our program maintains excellence in integrity, dignity, and quality of care. It is our philosophy that the addict in recovery can live a worthwhile life. Although it can’t be cured, addiction can be effectively prevented and managed.
We feature Group and Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Holistic Healing Arts, health and fitness, life skills, Expressive Art Therapy, Couples Counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Positive Reinforcement.
Our services are delivered by licensed/certified physicians and addiction professionals along with a qualified and trained support staff.
Youth Challenge is a residential rehabilitation program for individuals 18 and over with life controlling problems such as substance abuse. It was founded in 1970 and holds a Connecticut State License to operate as a facility for the Care of Treatment of Substance Abusive or Dependent Persons.
The philosophy of the program is the development of self-respect, confidence, and a capacity to enjoy life through discipline, proper counsel and attitude. A total living environment of personal and group interaction, with structured activity, forms the basis for our approach.
The overall objective of the program is to initialize a total change in values and lifestyles among the young men and women we serve. A trained and capable staff provide an atmosphere of warmth, trust, support, and love that many of the residents never before experienced. Residents participate in a variety of individual and group activities, and also engage in supervised in house work opportunities according to a daily schedule. The primary goal of all the activities in which the residents are involved is to instill a sense of self-discipline and self-worth, which will enable them to live as responsible citizens upon graduation.
Back2Basics is a long-term substance abuse and alcohol treatment program for young adult males, ages 18 to 30 years of age. Back2Basics substance abuse treatment supports young men struggling with addiction in a safe, stable rehab community. Located in vibrant Flagstaff, Arizona, our community gives your loved one the opportunity to recover and grow from drug and alcohol abuse in a positive, peer-driven, staff-supported, healing-outdoor and residential sober living environment.
The Orlando Bridge is a 91 bed (69 Orlando Bridge, 22 Sanford Bridge), residential, Theraputic Community for adult male felony drug offenders with substance abuse/dependency and/or criminal behavior issues. June 1, 2010 The Orlando Bridge celebrated its 30 year anniversary. The Orlando Bridge is located in Orange County and receives referrals from Orange, Lake, Polk, Seminole, Osceola, Indian River, and Brevard Counties.
The Orlando Bridge has 17 staff members to include The Executive Director, The Program Director, six Counselors, The Program Support Supervisor, five Program Support Technicians, The Employment Specialist, The Business Administrator, and The Transportation Technician. We have two assigned probation officers from the department of Corrections.