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.
If you don’t require inpatient admission, or if you have completed inpatient care and are beginning your after-care program, we offer outpatient services for adults and adolescents in four locations:
Through our Outpatient Program, participants meet each week for three hours, together with Lighthouse counselors and treatment professionals. We cover a variety of topics — relapse prevention, coping skills, family and interpersonal relationships, and other issues that relate to chemical dependency and building a strong, long-term recovery.
Those who are ready for our Intensive Outpatient Program attend group and individual sessions three nights each week, from 6 to 9 p.m.
Family sessions for these outpatients come together one night each week. Check here for current days and times.
Aftercare: We honor aftercare discharge plans from other referral sources and inpatient treatment centers.
Options Residential Care Center provides compassionate, 24-hour care in a professionally managed, carefully designed home-like setting where individuality is recognized and privacy is respected. Our friendly staff exemplify our heartfelt commitment to guest satisfaction, safety, and quality care by serving our residents and the community with distinction. ORCC will assist residents so they are able to function at their highest level possible. Personal attention with safety in mind is always a priority.
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.
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.
Get your life back on track after suffering from substance abuse by enrolling in the parenting programs at New Horizon Care Center, Inc. in Spokane, Washington. This addiction treatment offers the development of various parenting and life skills.
Isabella House PPW (Pregnant & Parenting)
At New Horizon Care Center, Inc., you will receive treatment of issues experienced due to the adverse impact of substance use and abuse. Each patient participates in group therapy sessions based on a behavior modification approach within a therapeutic community. You will be encouraged to give each other feedback concerning responses to treatment protocol and provide solutions to behaviors that fall below program standards. Our services include:• Parenting Programs • Therapeutic Childcare • Group/Individual Therapy. Development of Daily Living Skills, including:
• Infant Massage
• Life Skills
• GED Coursework
• Creative Writing Class
• Yoga • Aerobics
• Didactic Classes
As a patient, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of programs that are designed to develop parenting skills. Out parenting program includes:
• Opportunities for Patients to Bond with Their Child(ren)
• Parent Labs under the Tutelage of Credentialed Staff
• Infant Massage Classes
• Parent Trust Sessions
• Opportunities to Participate in Childcare
within Therapeutic Childcare
• Parenting across Cultures Course
New Horizon Care Centers offers transitional housing for both clients and individuals that have finished the treatment program.
The Gathering Place is a residential treatment center that offers substance abuse treatment to women and women with dependent children. While at The Gathering Place, 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.”
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.
Willow Place focuses on combining several treatment modalities to suit the distinct needs of women in need of a specialized approach to treat the mental or emotional issues that may be underlying their substance abuse or complicated by the addiction. Specifically, we treat women with substance dependence, eating disorders and co-occurring disorders in need of long term mental health care and individualized dual disorder treatment plans.
An intensive 90-day residential treatment program for adult females. The focus is on individual responsibility for recovery and productive re-entry into the community. Clients participate in individual recovery planning and counseling, group problem-solving exercises, vocational services, alcohol and other drug education, and workshops on relapse prevention. Family night, supervised parent-child visitation, recreational and social activities, and continuing aftercare services are also important elements of the program design. No service will be refused due to a client's inability to pay.
Mary Hall Freedom House utilizes a supportive housing model that addresses the increasing demand of women and women with children seeking rehabilitative services. Women and children are integrated into an apartment community setting, allowing them to feel some sense of normalcy and independence.
In Community Housing women go through the process of reintegrating back into mainstream society. It provides closely monitored and supervised services for women and women with children who are receiving day treatment and intensive outpatient services. Community Housing allows women to gain confidence in their independence, self-esteem, freedom, and privacy by providing a sober living environment.
A 24/7 assessment center for homeless women and women with children addresses the needs of emergency situations.
Transitional Housing is designed to provide supportive living for women and women with children who have completed treatment and are transitioning back into mainstream society. Each transitional program is designed with the flexibility to provide services to homeless women and women with children committed to investing two years in the program.
Permanent housing promotes an environment that encourages women to establish and achieve goals focused on increasing self sufficiency, improving life skills, and increasing economic stability. Mary Hall Freedom House offers permanent housing to chronically homeless women with children....
In 2011 Mary Hall Freedom House partnered with the United States Department Of Veterans Affairs in establishing two year transitional housing to help homeless veterans become self-sufficient. Mary Hall partnered with Rooms to Go which provided fully furnished apartments for thirty seven women and seventeen families.
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.
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The Rose is a unique treatment center, as it was designed for women, by women. Located right on the edge of the world-famous Newport Beach, women who attend our program are able to soak in the beauty of the scenery around them and utilize its benefits to grow stronger each and every day. Each phase of treatment includes only six beds, which assures clients that during their stay, they will receive undivided, individual attention from all members of the staff who will monitor the premises 24 hours a day.
We welcome women 18 years and older to our facility, as we feel as though our wide variety of programs, treatment modalities and clinical experience can benefit women of all ages. We strive to treat the woman as a whole, meaning we address any and all issues connected to the following: