Residential

Short Term Residential

All residential programs have 24-hour staff coverage.

An 8-week intensive inpatient (also referred to as residential) trauma informed substance abuse treatment program featuring a combination of treatment services that will meet each individual’s needs. After a comprehensive assessment and meeting with a therapist, a treatment plan will be created using a combination of the tools listed below including:

  • Psychological assessments and evaluations

  • Individual and group counseling

  • Educational groups

  • Parenting education for women with children

  • Spiritual assessments and counseling

Therapeutic  Community

A comprehensive secondary residential substance abuse recovery program for women who have completed primary treatment and have been sober for at least 30 days. Our trauma-informed therapeutic community model features four phases as success is realized with treatment. These phases include employment and community re-integration upon graduation, relapse prevention and aftercare. Components of Therapeutic Community include:

  • Individual and group counseling

  • Educational groups

  • Current psychological assessments and evaluation

  • Parenting education and support for women with children including, visitation and reunification planning when appropriate

  • Spiritual counseling

  • A strong focus on building a compressive relapse prevention/aftercare plan prior to graduation

Project Mother & Child

Specifically designed for pregnant and parenting mothers, this comprehensive secondary treatment programs provides the perfect setting for women with children or women who are about to deliver, who have completed primary treatment, and have been sober for at least 30 days. This trauma-individualized treatment includes assessing children and their needs and including them into the treatment plan.

  • Individualized treatment that includes assessing children and their needs and including them into the treatment plan

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Educational groups

  • On-site licensed early childhood program during program hours

  • Children’s development testing, psychological assessments and evaluations

  • Support and coordination with family drug court participation

  • Birth plans

  • Early care and education

  • Quality, licensed early childhood center

  • Curriculum/environment: Care for Kids, High Scope, Love and Logic, Beautiful Beginnings

  • Child development journals

Women Are Sacred

Specifically designed for pregnant and parenting Native American mothers, this comprehensive secondary treatment program provides the perfect setting for Native American women with children or women who are about to deliver, who have completed primary treatment, and have been sober for at least 30 days. This trauma-individualized treatment includes assessing children and their needs and including them into the treatment plan.

  • Individualized treatment that includes assessing children and their needs and including them into the treatment plan

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Educational groups

  • On-site licensed early childhood program during program hours

  • Children’s development testing, psychological assessments and evaluations

  • Support and coordination with family drug court participation

  • Birth plans

  • Early care and education

  • Quality, licensed early childhood center

  • Curriculum/environment: Nurturing Parent, Circle of Security, Beautiful Beginnings and Commonsense Parenting

  • Child development journals

  • Wellbriety

Next Step Transitional Housing

A one to six month step-down/transitional home for women and mothers with up to two children needing a safe, sober, affordable living arrangement while transitioning from residential treatment into independent living in the community.

  • Applicants must be 30 days clean prior to program entry

  • Residents are subject to random drug testing

  • Residents are required to find employment

  • Residents receive trauma-informed care

Please contact Debbie Buckley (debbie.buckley@stmonicas.com, 402-441-3768 Extension 213) to apply and ask further questions.