Residential Facilities


Therapeutic Shelter 

Our therapeutic shelter is a safe and supportive residential facility that provides case management and intensive treatment services for adult men age 18 and over. This is a short-term program (10-14 days on average) for those persons contemplating a step towards recovery and who are feeling challenged by residing in the community and maintaining abstinence, or for those who have completed formal treatment and are awaiting placement in the next level of care. Twenty-four hour treatment services provided by a professional, culturally sensitive staff include:

  • Individualized Counseling (as warranted)
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management Services
  • Assessment of Needs
  • Access to Community Resources
  • Referrals to Treatment Programs
  • Onsite HIV and Hep C testing and education
  • Self-Help and 12-Step Meetings
  • Clinical and Psychoeducational Treatment Services On-Site
  • Group Therapy
  • Educational Groups (psyco-educational)
  • Family Involvement

Women & Children’s Program

The Women and Children’s Program is a residential, intermediate treatment program for pregnant or parenting women with one pre-school age child. This setting offers treatment for women with addiction and/or mental health issues. The young child lives with his/her mother in the program. Twenty-four hour treatment services are provided by a professional, culturally sensitive staff trained in issues of domestic violence and trauma:

  • Treatment Services
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Counseling
  • Educational Groups
  • Family Involvement
  • Case Management Services
  • Assessment of Needs
  • Access and Linkage to Community Resources
  • Transportation to Medical Appointments
  • Parenting Education and Assistance
  • On-Site Child Care for those in Treatment
  • Domestic Violence Education
  • Linkage to Head Start
  • Onsite HIV and Hep C testing and Education

Morris Recovery House

Morris Recovery House offers a unique addiction recovery, temporary housing model for adult men diagnosed with a primary addiction problem and/or co-occurring mental health problem. Clients live in a recovery oriented facility which provides 24/7 supervision and support. During the up to 90 day stay, clients agree to continue their recovery by refraining from drug and alcohol use. Clients receive:

  • Temporary Housing
  • Case Management and Linkage Services
  • Referral/Linkage to Off-Site Behavioral Health Care
  • Recovery Support (including random drug/alcohol screenings)
  • Vocational/Employment is Highly Encouraged
  • Self-Help Group Involvement/Relapse Prevention
  • Educational Groups
  • Transportation to Supportive Services (on a limited basis)
  • Participation in Wellmore IOP and OP Services for local, clinical support

    The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), a federal law enacted in 2003, was created to eliminate sexual abuse in confinement. In addition to providing federal funding for research, programs, training, and technical assistance to address the issue, the legislation mandated the development of national standards. For more information on this law, please click the link below.

Provided by National PREA Resource Center

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