Journey Home is a residential facility providing primary chemical dependency programming and housing for chemically dependent women and their children. It is a structured, recovery-focused setting for women ages 16 and older who are referred to us after the completion of primary chemical dependency treatment.
The staff at Journey Home provide individual and group counseling in addition to 24-hour supervision of clients. Clients are encouraged to work with each other to create a sober, supportive environment for themselves and their children.
Women attend structured programs covering such topics as parenting skills, spirituality, relapse prevention, relationships, self-esteem and mental illness/chemical dependency education. Employment, money management and housing are also included in each client's assessment treatment plan. In addition to these programs, Journey Home is also sensitive to the multicultural needs of women and children who reside with us. Ethnic-specific parenting support and resources are currently available for Native Americans and African Americans and are added as the need arises.
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