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Services


Women’s Residential Treatment – WOMEN PROGRAM

The Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village is a special place in time for women beginning their recovery from alcoholism or addiction.

Utilizing evidence-based curriculum and a gender responsive approach combined with a state-of-the-art treatment program, women can begin the healing journey from the devastation produced by the disease of alcoholism and addiction.

The Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village offers treatment in a safe home-like environment where the accommodations are bright and well maintained.

In our residential facility there are innumerable “teachable moments” to support family members as they build healthy relationships, make good decisions, and build healthy life skills.

 

TREATMENT SERVICES

• Same Day Admissions
• Shelter and Food
• Comprehensive Assessments
• Individual Treatment Planning
• Individual Counseling Sessions
• Group Counseling Sessions
• Discharge Planning
• Trauma Informed Services
• Recreational and social activities
• Self Help Groups
• Parenting Classes
• Job Readiness
• Referrals to Community Resources

 


Women with Child(ren) Residential Treatment – CHILDREN PROGRAM

Research on women’s substance use, dependence, and treatment indicates that relationships, especially with children, play an important role in a women’s treatment. Because one of the leading barriers for women to enter treatment is their children, here at the Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village, we offer the opportunity for children (ages 0-12 years) to reside with their mothers, while the mother is in the program.

Across cultures, the family unit is recognized as the cornerstone of society. Women who are mothers demand increased attention to their unique roles as parents, and their children require additional services and supports. The future of our society depends on its ability to foster the health and well-being of the next generation. Our children at the Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village will become tomorrow’s citizens, workers and parents. When we invest wisely in those children and parents, they will pay that back through a lifetime of productivity and responsible citizenship.

At the Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village, the children of our clients will be in a home-like environment where age appropriate activities will stimulate the growth of every child. Community Social Model Advocates strives to provide our children with a life that is nurturing, fun, joyful, generating a feeling of belonging, stimulating curiosity and imagination.

CHILDREN SERVICES

• Supervised Environment
• Trained Professionals
• Co-Operative Care
• Early Identification, Screening, Assessment for Developmental,
Emotional, and/or other Health Related Issues
• Child Development Services, which includes evidence- based curricula
• Referrals
• Service Coordination
• Child’s Individual Service Plan
• Age-Appropriate Activities
• Recreational Activities
• Car seat Safety Program

ALL CLIENTS WILL RECEIVE FULL RANGE OF SERVICES, IN ADDITION ALL CHILDREN SERVICES WILL BE PROVIDED OR SUPERVISED BY OUR HIGHLY QUALIFIED CHILD DEVELOPMENT STAFF

 

 


Men’s Residential Treatment – MEN PROGRAM

The David J. Riordan’s Hobie House is a unique program designed specifically for men. Here, clients are given the opportunity to recovery in an atmosphere that promotes a sense of well-being, fosters mutual respect and affords an opportunity for self-reflection. Because the program is set in a home-like environment, the clients of the David J. Riordan’s Hobie House will enjoy the comforts of home.

The David J. Riordan’s Hobie House approach provides a structured clean and sober environment. The program’s social model nature emphasizes learning through “doing” and “experiencing” while providing positive role modeling. Through this approach, the program enables the clients to benefit from the most valuable resource for recovering substance abusers: the experience, strength and hope of fellow persons in recovery. The caring and sharing that takes place on an informal level among the residents is one key to the success of the program.

TREATMENT SERVICES

• Same Day Admission
• Comprehensive Assessments
• Individual Treatment Planning
• Individual Counseling Sessions
• Group Counseling Sessions
• Discharge Planning
• Recreational and Social Activities
• Self Help Groups
• Job Readiness
• Referrals to Community Resources

 

 


Women’s Supportive Transitional Housing

Research indicates that the longer an individual stays engaged in services the more likely they are to maintain their new clean and sober life style. Because Community Social Model Advocates recognized a need to enhance and promote services through a continuum of care for those individuals with valid reason need to continue to reside in a safe, supportive, sober and clean environment after primary treatment, the Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village created a sober living environment. The purpose of these homes is to provide cost effective, step down service, which includes lodging in an alcohol/drug free environment for maintaining on-going recovery for women and women with children. These services are supportive in nature and allow the participant a period of time in aftercare to form and maintain a solid foundation in their recovery.

PROGRAM SERVICES

• Semi-Structured Home-like Environment
• Clean and Sober Activities
• Acquisition of Independent Living Skills
• Continued Recovery Planning
• Open Door Policy
• Cost Effective Fees

 

 


Men’s Supportive Transitional Housing

Research indicates that the longer an individual stays engaged in services the more likely they are to maintain their new clean and sober life style. Because Community Social Model Advocates recognized a need to enhance and promote services through a continuum of care for those individuals with valid reason need to continue to reside in a safe, supportive, sober and clean environment after primary treatment, the David J. Riordan’s Hobie House created a sober living environment. The purpose of these homes is to provide cost effective, step down service, which includes lodging in an alcohol/drug free environment for maintaining on-going recovery for men. These services are supportive in nature and allow the participant a period of time in aftercare to form and maintain a solid foundation in their recovery.

PROGRAM SERVICES

• Semi-Structured Home-like Environment
• Clean and Sober Activities
• Acquisition of Independent Living Skills
• Continued Recovery Planning
• Open Door Policy
• Cost Effective Fees

 

 

 

 


Co-Occurring Disorders

Many people who suffer from addiction also suffer from other problems such as mental illnesses. Substance abuse is often driven by an underlying psychiatric disorder, meaning people often use drugs and alcohol to cope with their mental illness symptoms. Providing services for co-occurring disorders has delivered proven results and is the key to lasting recovery. By pairing co-occurring psychological treatment with residential treatment, clients suffering from substance abuse and mental disorders get to the root of their addiction issues, so they can experience long-term health.

The Psychologist will provide participants with therapy that utilizes the most recent evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psycho-education, and Motivational Interviewing in conjunction with other techniques when necessary. In addition, utilizing a strength-based model and gender-responsive treatment model to aid in building on the participants strengths, empower, develop resiliency to improve the participants quality of life.

Based on the individual’s biopsychosocial assessment, individual therapy will be tailored to the participants needs and can include, but not limited to the following topics:

PROGRAM SERVICES

• Domestic Violence
• Trauma
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
• Bi-Polar Disorders

Participants will also engage in groups that include but not limited to the following:
• Trauma
• Anger Management
• Life Skills
• Co-Occurring Disorders Psychoeducational

 

Community Social Model Advocates, Inc.
508 Mendocino Ct.
Atwater, CA 95301

(209) 357-5261

FAX: (209) 357-5263

The Rose Julia Riordan Tranquility Village
559 Mendocino Ct.
Atwater, CA 95301

(209) 357-5200

FAX: (209) 357-5279
Email:
tranquilityvillage@att.net

The David J. Riordan's Hobie House
1301 Yosemite Parkway
Merced, CA 95340

(209) 722-6335

FAX: (209) 722-6371
Email:
hobiehouse@att.net

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