At our Liberty House residence, women recovering from addiction live together in a three-story building that can accommodate 25 women along with gathering spaces and a multi-purpose area. In this community, the residents support one another while caring professionals provide long-term individual and group therapy, emphasizing healthy living in a drug-free environment. Mutual self-help, economic assistance, achievement milestones, life skills development and a 12-step philosophy are all at the heart of this process. Recovery is ultimately learned through relationships modeled by the residential director and staff. Women with co-occurring mental health disorders are welcome in our community.
At our Family House residence, 25 single women and women who are pregnant and/or parenting struggling with addiction reside in this three-story building with ample community and multipurpose spaces. Our treatment process includes lifestyle changes, individual and group therapy, parenting classes and life skills development—all focused on the goal of preparing women for sustainable, independent living. Pregnant women receive prenatal care services and all mothers receive access to the Family Center. Recovery is ultimately learned through relationships modeled by the residential director and staff. Women with co-occurring mental health disorders are welcome.
Our Family Center is a licensed daycare facility with Keystone Star certification. Preschool-aged children are welcome to attend during the day while their mothers are participating in treatment. School-aged children are also welcome and are given every opportunity to lead healthy, family-centered lives by attending local public schools while receiving additional supports, assessments and services. We also have a state-of-the-art playground to encourage fitness and social skills development.
Crossroads is our recovery house reserved for women who cannot find a facility that accepts medication-assisted treatment (MAT). The residents at Crossroads live together, pay rent and stay for at least one year.
MAT is a treatment that uses FDA-approved medication for opiate/opioid addiction and substance abuse. This treatment diminishes the cravings for drugs and helps prevent relapses. Once a baseline dose is reached where cravings and withdrawal symptoms have ended, women can return to healthy, addiction-free lives. When used properly, this treatment will not create a new addiction. MAT has also been known to reduce costs associated with residential treatment and benefit the community by increasing employment rates and reuniting families.