Women's Treatment Center
Project PREMIE is an outpatient program designed for women with substance use disorder and dual diagnosis issues. Additionally, specializes in providing services to pregnant women with the goal of delivering drug free babies. The program works hand-in-hand with the agency’s residential treatment programs to provide a supportive living environment for women unable to attain sobriety independently.
Project PREMIE’s outpatient treatment requires a minimum of 9 hours a week of programs, including education on co-occurring disorders, Individual/group counseling sessions, and education on the effects of alcohol and drug dependence and abuse. Project PREMIE also coordinates ancillary services, as well as provides on site childcare for those undergoing treatment.
The Transitional Center for Women & Children provides residential treatment services with a warm “home” environment. Women staying at TC house receive extra support from experienced staff and peers. The program provides individual and group counseling for substance use disorders which include a variety of evidenced based curriculum. All residents will be assigned a Case Manager who will help link them to ancillary services.
Participants in the program may reside at TC house anywhere from 30 to 120 days depending on necessity. Women with children under 5 years of age may reside there with them.
We Can Help!
The staff at Project P.R.E.M.I.E. and Transitional Center will accept self referrals, and referrals from partner agencies and will work to identify women with drug and alcohol problems to establish an ongoing supportive relationship with them.
Who is Eligible?
Women including single, pregnant, or parenting and their children, who have alcohol or drug problems. Most services are available free of charge or on a sliding scale. Priority will be given to low-income women, and pregnant women with severe drug or alcohol abuse problems.
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When outpatient treatment is not enough, Recovery Way Home provides residential care with a warm “home” environment. In addition to recieving day treatment at Turning Point, women staying at Recovery Way Home get extra support from experienced staff and peers.
Recovery Way Home has requirements of 6 months minimal stay, with a maximum of 18 months. The residential program can house 16 women with up to 2 children each under the age of 5. Most are low income and are required to pay a fee based on a sliding scale.
Recovery Way Home Provides: Parenting Techniques, Home Management Nutrition & Health Education Economic Independence Transportation Child Care Referrals Clean & Sober Living Environment 24/7 Staffing
Recovery Way Home
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