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Abstinent Living at the Turning Point at Washington, Inc - Three-Quarter-Way House ( North Main Street )

Abstinent Living at the Turning Point at Washington has prepared four comprehensive treatment and transitional programs for female addicts. They aim to offer a gender-specific environment, where the clients can have a safe and sober recovery. This facility offers aftercare counselling and relapse prevention sessions in the three-quarter way house, while residential and halfway housing is available at separate places. The counselling available through the three-quarter way program uses a multi-dimensional approach and aims to heal the client mentally, physically, and spiritually. Clients are also given vocational training during the recovery and housing, so they may become productive members of the community. This program uses group and individual counselling services to offer treatment, both of which use the dual diagnosis method to treat mental health issues and substance abuse issues. The clients are also given regular life skill sessions to help them improve their self-esteem and responsibility. It also aims to teach those household skills and social skills through community and household chores, which regularly allotted during the group sessions. Clients are also offered 12 step groups regularly during recovery; these group sessions offer support in a safe and supportive environment.

Abstinent Living at the Turning Point at Washington has prepared four comprehensive treatment and transitional programs for female addicts. They aim to offer a gender-specific environment, where the clients can have a safe and sober recovery. This facility offers aftercare counselling and relapse prevention sessions in the three-quarter way house, while residential and halfway housing is available at separate places. The counselling available through the three-quarter way program uses a multi-dimensional approach and aims to heal the client mentally, physically, and spiritually. Clients are also given vocational training during the recovery and housing, so they may become productive members of the community. This program uses group and individual counselling services to offer treatment, both of which use the dual diagnosis method to treat mental health issues and substance abuse issues. The clients are also given regular life skill sessions to help them improve their self-esteem and responsibility. It also aims to teach those household skills and social skills through community and household chores, which regularly allotted during the group sessions. Clients are also offered 12 step groups regularly during recovery; these group sessions offer support in a safe and supportive environment.

Address

  • 224 North Main Street
  • Washington
  • PA
  • 15301
  • United States

Contact

  • Telephone: 724-228-2203
  • Fax: 724-228-8313
Abstinent Living at the Turning Point at Washington, Inc - Three-Quarter-Way House ( North Main Street )

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention | Substance Abuse Counseling | Halfway House

Pennsylvania Family Services

Pregnant women | Pennsylvania Rehabs with Residential beds for clients' children

Washington

Washington 12-Step | Washington Residential Long-Term

Substance Abuse Counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling For Individuals

Pennsylvania Treatments by Gender and Age

Women

Pennsylvania Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Twelve Steps | Substance Abuse Treatment

Pennsylvania Counties

Washington County

Prevention and Other Services

Prevention / Education

Pennsylvania Special Services

Person with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders

Pennsylvania Cities

Washington

Pennsylvania Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Pennsylvania Addiction Services by Type of Drug

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