Residential Treatment for Men and Women
Our adult residential treatment programs provide 24-hour care. The focus is on helping the men and women in treatment relearn or re-establish healthy functioning, skills and values, as well as to regain physical and emotional health. Our program also encourages the involvement of friends and family in the journey to recovery. Since a substance use disorder and associated recovery are very much interconnected with family and friends, we encourage them to visit during specified days and times while their loved one is in treatment.
Our Women’s Residential Treatment Program is located on our Main Campus. It has 88 beds in small dorm-style sleeping quarters with shared bathrooms, inside and outside lounge areas, a group dining room, laundry facilities and much more. Please click here for Women’s Residential Checklist.
Our Men’s Residential Treatment Program is located at our Quest House campus. It has 132 beds for adult men in four large dorm areas with shared bathrooms, inside and outside recreation areas (including a gym, game room and basket basketball court), a group dining room, laundry facilities and much more. Please click here for Men’s Residential Checklist.
Family Treatment Services (FTS), a SAMHSA funded program that enables us to work in tandem with community partners to serve pregnant, and up to one-year post-partum mothers in need of addiction treatment in a 6 month residential program setting. Women in the program will also have the opportunity to reside with their young children. The program is family focused and will provide trauma informed evidenced based screening and services to mothers, their partners and their children. For more information about this program, contact us at FTSInfo@www.dacco.org.