How We Work
A telephone screening or interview may be all that is necessary. Some clients may need an assessment for services provided by Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Services Division.
Our program is open to women over the age of 18. We do not discriminate in the delivery of service due to race, religion, ethnicity, sexual preference, disability or ability to pay.
We are a social model, non-medical 24-hour treatment facility, we do a screening with a State approved Health Questionnaire that addresses physical and/or mental health. Upon that screening, potential client may be referred to their primary physician or the emergency department prior to intake.
Personalized Residential Counseling
Residents receive Assessments, group counseling, education groups, relapse prevention, individualized counseling sessions, personalized treatment planning, and referrals. Residents are encouraged and assisted in planning their own recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Counseling includes in-depth education on the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual effects of alcoholism and chemical dependency.
These services are also available to withdrawal management participants.
Residents attend community AA/NA meetings.
A Sober Living Experience
We believe meaningful sober living involves solid day-by-day living routines. Our residents do their own laundry, keep the facility clean, take turns preparing healthful meals, share them and clean up afterward.
Virtually all the day-to-day needs of the residents are met. These include nutritious meals, laundry facilities, planned activities and leisure time on Saturday & Sunday.
Our program is designed to create an environment whereby residents can discover intrinsic new life choices.
12 Step Connection
We believe that alcoholism/drug addiction is a disease and that the only recovery possible is through sustained abstinence from alcohol and other mind-altering drugs. We also believe that Alcoholics Anonymous is the most effective program for helping alcoholics stay sober.
We believe that the alcoholic woman can change her lifestyle by exposure to the AA/NA program in a safe, calm, protected, drug-free environment, where she can interact with peers and learn through experiencing sobriety. We also believe that 12 Step Social Support Groups are the most effective programs available to help the addicted woman maintain her sobriety.
Many of our Alumni maintain active contact with us after treatment and often assist residents who are entering recovery outside our program.
Community Advisory Board
Our Community Advisory Board is comprised of people from the community who actively support our events and ongoing programs.
Our residents celebrate most major holidays events. In addition, the Board of Directors, Community Advisory Board, Staff and Alumni organize fund-raising events and off-site outings.