Oak House provides long-term, non-medical, residential substance abuse treatment for women in all stages of life. The program is designed to accommodate pregnant women, women of child bearing age, and women with dependent children. The program is unique in that children 3 and under may accompany their mothers to treatment.
Oak House offers a home-like atmosphere that has been designed to provide residents with a structured, nurturing environment in which the resident can develop the skills, insight and support necessary to achieve long-term sobriety
Residential treatment counselors, along with input from the individual, will develop a plan that will address their needs for housing, relationships, vocational training, child care, education, mental health and physical health. Workforce preparation helps women completing treatment to receive career counseling and skill development. Women are connected with a host of supportive services including training, résumé help, job coaching, and links to full-time employment.
Inherent in meeting the personal and social needs of each woman is the daily process and dynamic of living in a supportive, safe environment where newly acquired behaviors and social skills can be utilized, further enhancing recovery after treatment.
- Orientation, intake and comprehensive assessment
- Integration into community 12-step support groups
- Intensive group therapy and individual counseling
- Topical and didactic groups
- Outpatient family services
- Family Group
- Aftercare services
- Access to public transportation, churches, YMCA, community 12 step meetings, and social service agencies.
- Physical evaluation
- Pre-natal care
- Financial assessment
- Family assessment
- Money management and budgeting
- Behavioral health services
- Independent living skills
“I believe Oak House has saved my daughters life.”
“Oak House helped me see I have a solution and I am able to live a drug free life.”
“The Oak House is a special GIFT! Thank you all for allowing women & infants (newborns)”
Our treatment programs allow women the opportunity to progress in phases through treatment, and build a solid foundation of recovery that is tailored to the needs of each individual. Family counseling services are available to families and loved ones. Contact us to learn more.