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.
The Rose House is an extended care, residential treatment program for women who are suffering from addiction/dual diagnosis. We explore and treat underlying issues that may have contributed to substance abuse, including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, abuse, and trauma.
We provide a psychological evaluation for each client upon admittance to customize individual treatment plans.
Nationally recognized as premier programs for addiction, specializing in the specific needs of women. We have been breaking the cycle of drug and alcohol abuse for over two decades. Transformation occurs in an environment of safety and love, this is the essence of our programs.
Safe Harbor Treatment Centers For Women treat the whole woman, mind body and spirit. This includes Co-occurring mood disorders, Eating disorders, co-dependency, sex and love addiction. It is our belief that addiction is only a symptom of an underlying problem, a “soul” sickness. Our treatment team assists women in identifying underlying beliefs and self -destructive behaviors, which no longer serve them. Women receive love, support and nurturing from our dedicated, nearly all female staff.
We embrace women in the grips of the addiction while encouraging them to see their individual gifts and beauty. Each woman is unique and special. By courageously exploring their past and envisioning their future women move through our programs with a restored belief in themselves and the world in which they live. Safe Harbor Treatment Centers for Women is the beginning of their return to a life with purpose and meaning.
Serenity Haven opened its doors in April of 1999 and has since helped more than 30 mothers give birth to drug-free babies. The residence can house up to 16 women and provides long-term alcohol, drug and mental health treatment in a tranquil, rural setting.
Serenity Haven clients receive several hours a day of structured treatment, 5 days a week. Treatments include group therapy, individual counseling, lectures, parenting classes, support programs, drug testing and twelve step programming. Clients are encouraged to attend recovery-oriented social activities and to volunteer within the community. Clients receive a complete orientation and assessment upon admission to the program. For more information, call 419-237-3103.
Fleming House is a transitional housing program for homeless, recovering women and their children. The house has ten apartments, an on-site child daycare center, a multi-purpose room, offices and public space. The women may stay in the apartment for up to 24 months. Rent is based upon their income. Program components include case management, vocational development or schooling, aftercare, and focus groups around various issues such as relapse prevention, parenting, anger management, self esteem, codependency, life skills, etc. Community support groups such as AA, NA, etc. also meet there daily.
Haven4Change, Inc. is licensed (#810260) by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services as a Residential Transitional Living facility, providing safety, affordable housing and supportive substance abuse services in a nurturing environment.
It is the mission of Haven4Change, Inc. to empower recovering substance dependent women and families to lead sober, independent lives that are socially, physically, emotionally, and spiritually stable and rewarding. Since inception, Haven4Change has served more than 600 women and their children, ages 12 and younger. Women entering Haven4Change commit to a 6-12 month program designed to instill accountability and responsibility. Women are assessed by a qualified professional in the following domains: substance abuse history, family/marital history, educational/vocational needs, physical/mental health needs, and legal history. Collaboration with other community providers allow these women to not only address their substance abuse, but other issues that may serve as barriers to successful recovery.
Project Ninety’s philosophy incorporates a tenet to provide premiere drug and alcohol recovery services to individuals in need in the communities it serves.
Project Ninety’s residential alcohol and drug treatment program is a clean and sober environment. Residents pass through four distinct phases before completing the program. The first month is devoted to self evaluation and awareness; the second month is spent planning the future; and the last month is devoted to putting that plan into action. It’s important to know that the design of the Primary Program is a common thread that is woven throughout all of Project Ninety’s programs.
P90’s philosophy of “one addict helping another” is manifested through its application of social model treatment; “a modality of treatment known as the recovery process characterized by life long commitment to lifestyle changes to enable an individual to develop a constructive, productive and meaningful sober way of life that fulfills their potential; generally accomplished in a community based program”. In addition Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA) have always been a vital adjunct to Project Ninety.
The program helps individuals learn how to handle the stress of everyday living without drinking or using drugs. A person learns about recovery through individual and group counseling with a strong emphasis on peer support. One is also introduced to functioning in social situations such as dances, sporting events, and excursions, to experience socializing without the use of alcohol and drugs.
One person’s recovery has exponential results. Examples include a man or woman taking their business back, assisting their spouse with the responsibilities of the family, creating a stable and supportive environment for their children who as a result begin to do better in school. This person becomes a role model for others who might follow their lead into recovery. The domestic violence calls to the home disappear. This person becomes involved in recovery and gives back to the community he or she once burdened.
Individuals are assisted with rebuilding their lives one day at a time through participating in Project Ninety’s treatment program. Utilizing the recovery tools learned during treatment residents develop sustainable plans to living life without the use of drugs and alcohol. The investment made in these men and women not only restores lives but also increases productivity in the community. The benefit of treatment includes individuals transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing, over-utilization of emergency medical services decreases and an individual’s capacity to re-enter the workforce is heightened.
Individuals that may have had a negative outlook about themselves and who may not have had the avenues to live up to their full potential become empowered and take with them a renewed sense of self.
Tully Hill understands the symptoms and needs of people suffering from substance abuse issues, and offers a comprehensive, uniquely designed, and individualized approach to the treatment of alcohol and other chemical dependencies.
Our Outpatient Rehabilitation Program and Intensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program consist of specialized group sessions in conjunction with individual therapy sessions, educational groups, and therapy group sessions to best serve the needs of our patients. Our caring and professional outpatient staff facilitates the development of a strong personal recovery within a network of sober community supports.
Hours of operation are variable in order to meet the needs of all patients and include daytime, evening, and Saturday hours. Scheduling also is individualized, assessed at admission, and reassessed at frequent intervals throughout treatment as goals and objectives are achieved by the patient.
Our rehabilitation program also encourages family members and loved ones to be involved in the treatment process. Tully Hill offers a Family Education Program as well as family conferences and meetings to help family members better understand what their loved ones are experiencing, and to educate the family about their role in recovery and what resources they might use to better help themselves.
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Pathway to Recovery Inc. has recently opened a women's residential and outpatient treatment facility in La Marque, Texas for women who are addicted to alcohol, illegal drugs, or prescription drugs. Alcohol and drug treatment options are very limited for women with substance abuse issues in Texas, and most women have not had readily available treatment for their disease of addiction. We now have a unique new treatment option for women that will help female patients on their journey toward recovery. Pathway to Recovery's Women's alcohol and drug treatment center is a safe, caring, and sensitive residential facility providing the opportunity to learn new skills so that women return with new knowledge and experience to their family, employment, and community. This new treatment opportunity will bring a much needed choice to women who have not been able to receive rehabilitation for addiction. Pathway to Recovery recognizes the need to listen and respond to the voices of women who have lived with addiction and help them to become healthy and whole. This new opportunity now available for women with substance abuse problems, in Texas, and can help them start taking control of their disease and help them get on – and stay on – the pathway to recovery.
Bethesda Recovery is a recovery center. Many programs utilize a twelve step approach to recovery. But Bethesda's unique 12 Gate approach is based on the scriptural account of Nehemiah rebuilding the Wall of Jerusalem. The Gates offer profound insights to the actions that are essential to recovery and restoring personal wholeness.The sober recovery achieved here includes many recovery resources for Christians.
Amethyst maintains 101 housing units throughout Columbus. These sober communities provide safe places for women and children to surround themselves by other families focused on sobriety and healthy relationships. Resident managers also live on-site to offer around-the-clock support.
From the curtains to the couches, our apartments are fully furnished, and residents’ material needs are supported so families can concentrate on recovering instead of merely surviving.
S.T.A.R Outpatient Program
The Amethyst Safety, Treatment and Recovery (S.T.A.R) Program is an outpatient addiction recovery program for women from all walks of life. No matter a woman’s background, her financial history, or her readiness for a treatment program, S.T.A.R. can help.
Amethyst designed S.T.A.R. services using the same gender-specific treatment model employed in our successful permanent supportive housing program. Our counselors walk clients through their concerns and guide them in making treatment choices that will positively impact their life, health, and wellness.
If you or someone you know needs treatment for substance abuse, Center Point offers a full spectrum of residential and outpatient services including mental health treatment services, case management, individual and group therapy, specialized services for critical populations including women and veterans, family advocacy and reunification, parolee services, workforce development and housing resources and referrals. • To speak to someone about receiving treatment, please call: • 415-456-6655 for Greater San Francisco Bay Area programs • 916- 962-2800 for Greater Sacramento Area programs • 405-605-2488 for Oklahoma programs • 512-297-2990 for Texas programs Center Point accepts: Federal health insurance program: TRICARE State/County public benefits programs: Medi-Cal (MH or DMC), County Medical Service Program (CMSP), Anthem Path2Health/CMSP Commercial Insurance provider networks: Kaiser Permanente, Cigna Behavioral Health, Blue Shield of California, Magellan Health Services, Magellan Employee Assistance Program for more information visit our website: www.cpinc.org or follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CenterPointInc Twitter: http://twitter.com/cpinc2011 Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CenterPointInc LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/center-point-inc
The Promises West Los Angeles young adult rehab program is located in the upscale Westside neighborhood of Mar Vista, halfway between Beverly Hills and the Pacific Ocean. Conveniently located near UCLA and other Los Angeles landmarks, the facility is a tranquil oasis in a home-like setting. Clients begin their stay in welcoming cottages, where staff and clients come together to form a small, supportive community.
Between groups and therapy sessions, clients love to gather in the shady courtyard and challenge each other to game of ping pong. From there, clients move to sober living, either in our “Craftsman,” a stately, historic home across the street from the cottages with warmly decorated rooms and expansive common areas to provide a family-like environment, or to our beautiful sober living house a few doors down the street.
Promises West L.A. is the original location of our world-class drug rehabilitation program, and it continues to be one of the most desired locations for addiction treatment anywhere in the world. In a safe, highly sought-after neighborhood in an urban setting, Promises West L.A. is an ideal locale for young adults. Recovery in an urban setting affords clients numerous opportunities to integrate “real world” experiences into treatment, such as outings to the gym, movies and other daily activities.
Built in 1930, The Apricot House is a beautiful, vintage home with all of its original charm, including hardwood floors, textured plaster walls, arched doorways and paned windows. The home has 4 bedrooms housing a total of 6 women in two private and two shared bedrooms. The backyard has a garden area, large patio for outdoor lounging, and the largest apricot tree in the city.
The Apricot House has been established to provide women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction with the highest quality of sober living after completing a treatment program. We offer many little luxuries to our residents, including a gourmet breakfast, gym memberships, monthly outings, and more. Our goal is to give women in recovery a safe, comfortable, peaceful environment in which to regain confidence in themselves and in their future.