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Progress House Inc-4
  • Pollock Pines CA 95709
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  • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
Sovereign Health11
  • Palm Springs CA 92262
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  • Per Month : $30,001 +
Hannah's House By Origins Recovery Centers
  • South Padre Island TX 78597
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  • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
  • Mcdermott Center-Haymarket Center
    • Chicago IL 60615
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    • Per Month : Sliding Scale
    With more than 30 specialized programs supporting our mission, more than half are CARF accredited programs that utilize evidence based practices which harness significant research that prove their effectiveness and insure greater success for our clients. Along with this commitment, we have continually been faithful to our guiding principle of providing comprehensive substance abuse treatment and referrals to Chicago’s vastly ignored and underserved populations regardless of their ability to afford services. Our loyalty to these two fundamental principles has led Haymarket to develop programs in clinical treatment and supportive services to men, women and children, serving over 18,000 clients per year.

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  • Family Recovery Center-1
    • Lisbon OH 44432
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    • Per Month : Sliding Scale
    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.

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  • Bridges Of America-1
    • Auburndale FL 33823
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    • Per Month : $1,001 - $3,500
    The Auburndale Bridge is a 50 bed Residential Therapeutic Community for adult female felony drug offenders who have been sentenced by the local courts to participate in drug treatment as a deterrent from incarceration as a condition of probation. This six to eight month treatment program is established on the Therapeutic Community (TC) Concepts, which are essential to maintaining a drug-free lifestyle in social contexts. The peer-led, peer-driven environment encourages the clients to become active participants in their recovery.
  • Magnolia Creek Treatment Center For Eating Disorders
    • Columbiana AL 35051
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    • Per Month : $15,001 - $30,000
    Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Women treats women (18 years or older) who struggle with mood disorders, substance use disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, attachment disorder, dissociative disorders, personality disorders and/or feeding or eating disorders, such as: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, other specified eating disorder, rumination disorder, pica, avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, and/or unspecified eating disorder.

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  • Rubicon H.O.P.E.
    • Petersburg VA 23803
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    • Per Month : $5,001 - $10,000
    Founded in 1970, Rubicon Inc is Virginia’s oldest and most comprehensive chemical dependency treatment program. We offer a full continuum of services ranging from detoxification to aftercare. These modalities are designed to address individual needs of program participants and vary in treatment curriculum, level of intensity, length of stay and focus on community re-entry programming. We are a private, nonprofit corporation with a Board of Directors as our governing authority. Originally started as a component of Richmond Community Action Program (RCAP), Rubicon has provided treatment for thousands of persons who have made the decision to free themselves of substance abuse. We also contract with various Community Service Boards across the State of Virginia, the Virginia Department of Corrections, other private and non-profit entities as well as persons who self pay for their treatment. It is our treatment philosophy that chemical dependency is a disease and by providing direct and supportive services to the “whole person”, each individual can maintain an abstinence lifestyle.
  • Progress House Inc-2
    • Garden Valley CA 95633
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    • Per Month : $3,501 - $5,000
    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.
  • Twin County Recovery Services Inc
    • Catskill NY 12414
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
  • KLEAN Treatment Centers
    • West Hollywood CA 90069
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    • Per Month : $15,001 - $30,000
  • River City Comprehensive Counseling Services
    • Glen Allen VA 23059
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    Our comprehensive approach provides you and your family with the expertise, empowerment, hope and community that makes treatment successful and recovery possible. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff guides you through our full continuum of care. A constellation of structured supports, our services include individual and group counseling and treatments aimed at increasing you and your family's overall functioning. River City's Veterans Employment Program (VEP) has been renewed for a 4th year!
  • Walter Hoving Home1
    • Garrison NY 91101
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    The Walter Hoving Home is a residential spiritually-based home. We are a non-profit organization serving women ages 18 and over who have been involved in drug addiction, alcoholism, prostitution and other life-controlling problems. The 6 or 12 month program is geared to rebuilding broken lives in an atmosphere of warmth, trust, support and love. Services: The Walter Hoving Home meets the basic needs of these troubled young women through: A warm bed and three nutritious meals a day for the full length of their stay Daily classroom study and instruction in an on-campus, faith-based Learning Center A structured daily work program A variety of healthy extra-curricular activities These services are offered the same for everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or handicap.
  • The Lovedady Center
    • Birmingham AL 35206
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    The Center began in 2004, when Brenda Lovelady Spahn began a Bible study for women in the Julia Tutwiler Prison. As time passed, she noticed that a large number of women released from prison re-enter within a short timeframe. The Department of Justice Bureau of Statistics recently reported that nearly 68% of prisoners are re-arrested within 3 years of leaving prison. Why? Faith-based programs and other community re-entry programs are proven to help reduce recidivism rates (when those who exit prison re-enter). In Alabama, women released from prison are given $10, a white shirt, and a one-way bus ticket back to the same county of their conviction. By and large, there is no meaningful transitional program that helps women exiting the justice system re-enter society. In 2008, Governor Bob Riley challenged Alabama to offer community re-integration programs; he even created the Alabama Recidivism Reduction Task Force in 2009, which asks for the help from faith-based initiatives such as The Lovelady Center. Tutwiler Womens’ Facility was designed for a capacity of 400. Currently, Tutwiler’s population is 956. The need for residential rehabilitation and community transitional programs is great. Women in county jails are increasing at alarming rates, most in need of drug rehabilitation that is largely unavailable. The Department of Justice Bureau of Statistics reports that around 68% of those who exit prison will re-enter within 3 years. The Lovelady Center also helps reduce the burden on the Justice System by accepting drug court referrals as an alternative to incarceration. The Lovelady Center keeps women out of prison, and keeps women from re-entering prison. Partnerships such as the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women, Life Tech (Parole Board transition program), drug courts, and others make our program successful by offering training and helping with program design. The Christian Post has reported that participants of faith-based initiatives show drastically lower recidivism to rates – as low as 15%. This is drastically lower than that of the national average of 68%. Women who are released from prison are challenged by the prospect of finding long-term employment, housing, transporation, basic utility payments, adequate child care, and more. By providing tools for women to enter society as productive and esteemed individuals, and providing access to continued education, families are given the tools for success in their own lives. Likewise, communities benefit from the increase of individual families.  
  • Ashby House
    • Salina KS 67401
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    • Per Month : $1 - $1,000
    Ashby House’s Substance Abuse Treatment Program is a State Licensed Residential and Outpatient Treatment facility and is classified as a Designated Women’s Program by Addiction and Prevention Services. The funding streams available are federal block grant (AAPS) and Medicaid. We serve women and women with children. Children can reside in our treatment facility with their mothers. Our building consists of 11 one bedroom apartments, designed to build the skills of independent, sober, family life. We use a Transtheoretical Model of Change, and a Cognitive Curriculum that is gender specific and trauma informed. The Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Treatment modalities utilizes this same women specific cognitive curriculum. Childcare is always available for group sessions. Each woman is assigned her own Case Manger to help her connect with community resources. Assessments are available for any level of care that is needed.
  • Rubicon Women And Children's Treatment Community
    • Richmond VA 23222
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    • Per Month : $15,001 - $30,000
    Founded in 1970, Rubicon Inc is Virginia’s oldest and most comprehensive chemical dependency treatment program. We offer a full continuum of services ranging from detoxification to aftercare. These modalities are designed to address individual needs of program participants and vary in treatment curriculum, level of intensity, length of stay and focus on community re-entry programming. We are a private, nonprofit corporation with a Board of Directors as our governing authority. Originally started as a component of Richmond Community Action Program (RCAP), Rubicon has provided treatment for thousands of persons who have made the decision to free themselves of substance abuse. We also contract with various Community Service Boards across the State of Virginia, the Virginia Department of Corrections, other private and non-profit entities as well as persons who self pay for their treatment. It is our treatment philosophy that chemical dependency is a disease and by providing direct and supportive services to the “whole person”, each individual can maintain an abstinence lifestyle.
  • Grace House1
    • New Orleans LA 70125
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    • Per Week : Free
    In January of 1985, Grace House was founded through a community-based grass-roots movement with an original capacity for six halfway house beds. The need was so great for substance abuse treatment among women that in less than a year it expanded to 15 beds. In 1996, in collaboration with Unity for the Homeless, Grace House was awarded a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and with additional funding from United Parcel Service and HUD, the organization was able to purchase and renovate a historic home on Delachaise Street. In January 1997, Grace House moved into this larger and newly renovated facility with an increased treatment capacity to 25 beds. Grace House has treated more than 2,000 women since opening its doors 25 years ago.
  • Horizon Healthcare Waukesha
    • Waukesha WI 53186
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    • Per Month : Sliding Scale
    It is estimated that at any given time, up to twenty million Americans are living with serious mental health or substance abuse disorders. Historically, many of these disorders went untreated and undiagnosed. However, in the past few years, new state-of-the-art, research-based services and supports have been developed. Significant research findings and empirical evidence demonstrate that disorders relating to mental health and substance use are treatable, chronic illnesses.People can and do recover from these illnesses. Millions of persons who could benefit from mental health services or substance abuse treatment do not get the care that could help them. At Horizon Healthcare, we have a passion for facilitating recovery for individuals suffering from mental health and substance abuse disorders. We are dedicated to helping each of our clients, one at a time, reclaim their lives and become fulfilling members of the community. Welcome to Horizon Healthcare, Inc. “Imagine and realize a new you, through a journey of self-discovery.”

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