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ARC Community Services Inc - ARC Center for Women and Children

This project is a licensed community-based, women’s-specific, alcohol and other drug abuse day treatment program with services specifically for the children of the mothers served, including on-site child care for up to fifteen children, 0 through 5 years of age, community child care placement, child/family therapy, parenting for the mothers and AODA prevention services for the children. The day treatment program provides women-specific AODA educational and treatment services five days per week. Case management services prior to entry to stabilize women for treatment and an aftercare program are also provided. Services are designed to: address the childcare barriers women face as they attempt to access treatment; provide AODA treatment within the family context, particularly the mother/child bond; increase successful treatment outcomes for mothers while improving the welfare of the children; address the needs of the family unit relating to those problems associated with second generational abuse; develop a replicable AODA treatment program that is women-specific and addresses women’s unique needs; foster healthy family functioning and reduce out-of-home placements of young children; provide parenting and family support to assist in stopping the cycle of child abuse/neglect; provide case management services to assist with the development of a stable lifestyle, including clothing, food, shelter, and medical attention; increase successful participation in economic initiative (W2/TANF) and improve employability/economic self-sufficiency. Opened in 1989, this project was originally the state demonstration project “Model Women’s AODA Treatment Program” and part of 1989’s ACT 339 Omnibus Drug Bill.

This project is a licensed community-based, women’s-specific, alcohol and other drug abuse day treatment program with services specifically for the children of the mothers served, including on-site child care for up to fifteen children, 0 through 5 years of age, community child care placement, child/family therapy, parenting for the mothers and AODA prevention services for the children. The day treatment program provides women-specific AODA educational and treatment services five days per week. Case management services prior to entry to stabilize women for treatment and an aftercare program are also provided. Services are designed to: address the childcare barriers women face as they attempt to access treatment; provide AODA treatment within the family context, particularly the mother/child bond; increase successful treatment outcomes for mothers while improving the welfare of the children; address the needs of the family unit relating to those problems associated with second generational abuse; develop a replicable AODA treatment program that is women-specific and addresses women’s unique needs; foster healthy family functioning and reduce out-of-home placements of young children; provide parenting and family support to assist in stopping the cycle of child abuse/neglect; provide case management services to assist with the development of a stable lifestyle, including clothing, food, shelter, and medical attention; increase successful participation in economic initiative (W2/TANF) and improve employability/economic self-sufficiency. Opened in 1989, this project was originally the state demonstration project “Model Women’s AODA Treatment Program” and part of 1989’s ACT 339 Omnibus Drug Bill.

Address

  • 1409 Emil Street
  • Madison
  • WI
  • 53713
  • United States

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ARC Community Services Inc - ARC Center for Women and Children

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention

Madison

Madison Holistic | Madison Outpatient

Wisconsin Types of Services

Partial hospitalization/day treatment | Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) | Outpatient | Substance Abuse Treatment

Wisconsin Family Services

Pregnant women

Wisconsin Types of Payments

Free Treatment / Low-Budget | Self Payment

Wisconsin Treatments by Gender and Age

Women

Wisconsin Special Services

Holistic Services

Wisconsin Cities

Madison

Wisconsin Counties

Dane County

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