Important note: Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies by location. Some transitional housing assists with substance abuse treatment, psychological assistance, job training while others only provide limited assistance. Please review the details of each transitional facility to make sure you obtain the correct information.
Upon entering the Residential Treatment Program, each person\'s needs are assessed and an individual treatment plan is formulated with specific and measurable goals evaluated throughout recovery. The focus of residential treatment is to enhance recovery, rehabilitation, and personal growth. The goals of individualized treatment plans are achieved through both individual and supportive group treatment activities. During residential treatment, certified counselors assist clients in understanding the dynamics of their chemical addiction. Positive coping and socialization skills are taught which provide a constructive guide for daily living, with a comprehensive emphasis on relapse prevention.
Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center has a distinction for excellence in the treatment of chemical dependency. The campus houses the following:
- A 20-bed medical detox
- A 44-bed residential treatment facility
- A 14-bed group home
- 99 units of housing
- A mental health clinic
- 1 24-hour crisis hot line
- A computer training center
- The Kay Goss Women\'s Unit (14 apartments for women and their children.
Mills\' treatment plan blends the best attributes of the medical/behavioral, family systems and 12-step Addiction Recovery models. The treatment team consists of a medical director, registered nurses, clinical psychologists, a psychiatrist, certified substance abuse counselors, and social workers. This team develops an individual treatment plan for each patient.
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