Our treatment approach is designed to meet the holistic needs of the individual. We recognize that addiction and mental health needs do not occur independently, and often individuals need assistance in all areas of their lives to become well. Our services are;
- Evidence-based: We work to stay informed and practice the most current models of treatment that have been shown to be effective in treating behavioral health disorders. Therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Solution Focused Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Motivational Interviewing and more.
- Trauma informed: We provide a safe, supportive and healing environment intended to avoid or minimize trauma triggers and re-traumatization. We embrace a no-tolerance approach to violence or threats of violence in our treatment setting.
- Recovery focused: We believe that each person’s recovery is as unique as they are and builds on the individual’s strength and resiliency. Recovery is a personal journey, rather than a set outcome, and one that involves developing hope, a secure base and sense of self, supportive relationships, social inclusion, coping skills and meaning.
- Culturally competent: We respect each person’s culture and incorporate cultural strengths, needs and preferences into their individualized treatment program. Culture may include characteristics such as race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, income level, education, geographical location or profession.
- Gender specific: Our services are designed specifically for women, addressing the distinctive medical, psychological, social, spiritual, familial, financial and occupational needs of women.
- Person centered: We walk side-by-side with those we serve as they progress through their recovery journey. We recognize the person as the expert in their recovery and encourage, empower and support their vision for recovery.
Programming and Services
Long-Term Residential Treatment:
- Length of stay is typically 6-12 months, depending on the needs of the individual.
- Designed to treat both substance use and mental health disorders.
- A minimum of 42 hours per week of structured treatment and recovery focused activities.Individual counseling services tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual.
- Group services to increase self-esteem, effectively manage anger, develop coping mechanisms, prevent relapse, build healthy relationships, improve nutrition and increase physical activity.
- Skill building activities to promote successful independent living in the community.
- Links to additional resources such as support groups, volunteer opportunities, church and Bible study, as well as vocational and educational services.
Mental Health Crisis Respite:
- Provides shelter and support to address immediate mental health needs
- Length of stay is typically less than 2 weeks.
- Designed to prevent unnecessary hospitalization by stabilizing the individual in a residential environment.
- Services provided may include medication monitoring and assistance, safety checks, transportation, peer support and case management.
- Links may be provided to additional services such as psychiatric, medical/dental, pharmaceutical, emergency, community support and substance use or mental health disorder treatment.
- Substance Use Disorder Assessments
- Mental Health Evaluations
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Medication Management
- Peer Support
- Adult female 19 years of age or older
- Residential Programs:
- History of prior treatment episodes.
- Dual Disorder Program: Substance use disorder and major mental illness diagnosis.
- Intermediate Residential Program: Substance use disorder.
- Mental Health Crisis Respite:
- Current mental health struggles that can be expected to resolve within two weeks.
- Outpatient Services:
- Current substance use disorder or mental health difficulties.
Donielle Larson, LIMHP, LADC
Jessica Henery, LMHP, LADC
Dual Disorder Program Counselor
Kim Rech, LMHP, LADC
Dual Disorder Program Counselor
Robbie Gansebom, RN
Allison Aschoff, PLMHP, PLADC