Transitional Living

transitional.livingOur Transitional Living Program provides a sober environment which allows full integration into the community with ongoing access to treatment.

The Transitional Living Program is modeled to provide medium to long term housing and case management services to persons in early recovery. Learning to live with addiction in a safe, stable living environment with support for recovery group (12 step) attendance is imperative to long term successful sobriety. Transitional Living is designed to be an intermediate step between full independence and successful completion of an addiction treatment program such as residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, or competent treatment in another facility. The goal of the program is to facilitate the acquisition of the skills necessary for successful integration/re-integration into the work world and social/family life.

In the Transitional Living Program, patients have access to:

  • A primary case manager and individual sessions upon admission into the program
  • Participation in the development of an individualized treatment plan with measurable goals
  • Participation in one Continuing Care group per week

Participation in a weekly Independent Living group therapy session includes topics such as:

  • Budgeting
  • Nutrition
  • Relationship building
  • Conflict resolution
  • Relapse prevention
  • Career/job preparation and attainment

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