CVRC offers multiple levels of addiction treatment programs, each tailored to the clients’ specific issues and needs. All of our programs are designed to help you gain insight into the disease of addiction while acquiring the life skills needed to sustain long-term recovery. CVRC is licensed by the state of NC, Department of Health and Human Services. This means CVRC is held to the state's strict regulations and guidelines. CVRC’s professional, experienced, and caring staff develops individualized treatment plans for each patient. Therapies that will help every individual learn to manage their behavioral health problems. CVRC’s staff is committed to making sure every client has a safe, successful treatment episode, and is prepared to continue their recovery.
Millennium Treatment Group is a Drug Addiction & Alcohol Out-Patient Detox treatment facility located near beautiful Lantana, Florida. Our medical doctors and mental health professionals will help guide you to a new life of recovery. We provide state-of-the-art drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment programs. Our services are available for families and individuals who suffer from drug addiction, alcoholism and co-occurring disorders.
Haley House offers a new beginning for women seeking recovery from addiction and co-occurring disorders in a supportive nurturing environment. In this peaceful setting, with individualized attention, women develop the skills and self-discipline necessary to create a full and enriching life free from addiction. With a focus on gender specific concerns we further promote self-discovery and healing.
Our professional and compassionate staff works with each resident, identifying strengths and road blocks to continued recovery. Transitional plans are progressive and realistic, designed based on individual needs. Recovery for the whole person is supported with adjunct services provided by our trusted network of professionals.
Haley House is fully licensed by the NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services
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.
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.
La Verna Lodge for Women residential treatment center is located in a private residence in Shelby County, just 30 miles away from Indianapolis, Indiana. Nestled on 38 acres of beautifully wooded grounds, La Verna Lodge for Women offers a peaceful and private setting for women as they begin the healing process and embrace a new life in recovery.
This specialized treatment program provides gender specific care for up to ten women at a time. Our experienced and caring team is there to provide support and guidance 24 hours a day. Each woman will have an individualized treatment plan. The program provides a flexible length of stay ranging from a minimum of a 30 day commitment to stays lasting longer than 90 days depending on each women's individual needs.
We understand that women’s recovery issues can be complex. Through the development of recovery tools, life skills and self empowerment, women can regain self-sufficiency and revitalize their life in a healthy and holistic way.
Janus has two Perinatal Treatment Programs, which serve women who are pregnant or parenting young children (up to age three) with the central goal of supporting both mother and child in recovery. Janus’ Perinatal Program is available as Residential or Day (Outpatient) treatment. The length of stay is determined according to the needs of each woman.
Children live with their mothers during the program. In the Day Treatment Program, on-site childcare is provided while the mother participates in treatment.
Meta House is a holistic treatment facility and offers a family-centered, gender-responsive approach. Our alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) treatment services are implemented by a trained and qualified team of professionals and includes a variety of one-on-one and group therapy sessions and chemical dependency education. While the cornerstone of our program is AODA treatment, we also offer parenting, vocational, and educational services to our clients and a host of services for their children.
Meta House ends the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families. We allow children to live with their mothers during treatment.
Horizon House is a halfway house program that specializes in long-term, individualized alcohol and drug treatment for pregnant women, women with children, and other women who meet the Level of Care for a Non-Medical, Community Residential treatment program.
What services does the Horizon House program offer?
Group and individual recovery counseling
Trauma counseling for residents with a history of abuse or trauma
Group counseling for residents and their family members
Individualized case management to assist every resident in linking with any other needed services
Involvement in self-support recovery activities, such as AA and/or NA
Transportation assistance to and from other needed services
A structured daily schedule to promote recovery from addiction
Culturally competent, diversity-affirming, and gender-specific services for women
Who is eligible?
Women, 18 years and older, who have completed a drug and alcohol assessment through an ODADAS certified program.
Women who meet all admission criteria.
Women who are residents of the State of Ohio.
How long is the program?
Most residents complete the Horizon House program within 90 days, and then transition to a safe and sober living environment in the community.
What is the cost?
The program is funded through a Women's Special Services Grant from the Ohio Department of Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services and the Portage County Mental Health & Recovery Board. When applicable, women are expected to contribute food stamps and a portion of their general assistance to help pay towards room and board at Horizon House.
Are children and other visitors allowed at Horizon House?
Children can visit at scheduled times during the week, and can stay overnight on the weekends. There are scheduled visitation times during the week and on weekends for other visitors.
One of the biggest challenges facing individuals today is the lack of affordable residentrial homes for women needing extended care after completing primary treatment. Once discharged, there is nowhere to go, but back to the same environment that led them into rehab in the first place.
We, at Sisiters Of Amazing Recoveries (a.k.a. SOAR) are a 4 - 6 month Residential Extended Care Program accommadating women coming out of treatment. We provide a safe and comfortable home supported by peers who share the same desire to stay clean and sober. Where relapse is still a concern, our primary focus is to help our residents transition from an addictive lifestyle to one of sobriety and responsibility. We assist in developing daily life skills that will help them ease back to becoming a contributing member of society.
For further questions about our program and and to speak with Admissions, please call today: (775) 323-1030 or (866) 485-SOAR (7627).
Beth's Blessing is a residential treatment center for women suffering from substance abuse located on the scenic campus of the Annville Institute in Annville, Kentucky. Featuring a modern recovery center in the style historic stone house, Beth's Blessing is nestled between the ridges of the Appalachian foothills.
Beth's Blessing's program utilizes the best practices of clinical drug treatment combined with a core Christian discipleship program. Beth's Blessing is a CARF accredited, state-licensed Alcohol & Other Drug Entity (AODE) and Behavioral Health Services Organization (BHSO) Residential Program. These designations require that Karen’s Place utilize the best practices of clinical drug treatment. We have a physician as our medical director, licensed counselors and certified alcohol & drug counselors (CADCS), pastoral counselors and trained peer support specialists staffing our treatment program.
Residents participate in one hour of weekly individual counseling, 15 hours weekly of recovery small groups (12 Steps, NA/AA, Living Free & Celebrate Recovery) and group therapy sessions. We offer groups & counseling in relationships, parenting, self esteem, relapse prevention, aftercare, career & personality testing, DUI program, GED, anger management, and wellness.
Beth's Blessing is located in the quaint city of Annville, Kentucky. Annville is located in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Kentucky. Our facility is on the historic campus of the Annville Institute.
Just over a century ago, Reverend William Worthington was looking for a piece of land on which to locate a school. His vision was for some sort of technical school to help promote his vision of "complete living for the mountain people."
A story is told of how Worthington found a possible location near the community called Annville and how he went up to the highest point on the property and sat under an oak tree. He took out a piece of meat packing paper on which he proceeded to sketch out his vision for the property. The centerpiece of the drawing was a large grand classroom building to be called Lincoln Hall. The beautiful property with its rolling hills and large meadows was purchased and the Annville Institute started that Fall.
Today, the Annville Institute is a home for several non-profit organizations seeking to continue Worthington's original vision.
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.
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.