Women's Treatment Center
Project PREMIE and Turning point are outpatient programs designed for women with substance use disorders and dual diagnosis issues, and specializes in pregnant women to deliver drug-free children. Work’s hand-in-hand with the agency’s residential treatment programs to provide a supportive environment for women unable to attain sobriety on their own.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment services requires a minimum of 9 hours a week of participation, including education on co-occurring disorders, individual/group counseling, and education of the effects of alcohol and drug dependence and abuse. Program coordinates ancillary services, and provides onsite child-care.
Certified by the State Department of Health Care Services
420010KN-Project PREMIE expires 8/31/2024
420010EN-Turning Point expires 10/31/2024
Recovery Way Home
The Transitional Center for Women & Children and Recovery Way Home provide residential treatment services with a warm “home” environment. They provide individual/group counseling and Withdrawal Management services for substance use disorders, which includes a variety of evidenced based curriculum. All residents are assigned a case manager to link them to ancillary services. Participants may reside from 30 to 120 days depending on necessity, and women with children under 5 may reside there with them.
Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services
420010JN-Transitional Center for Women and Children expires 6/30/2024
420010IN-Recovery Way Home expires 6/30/2024
We Can Help!
The staff at our women’s programs 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.