The agency provides residential treatment for substance abuse for women, age 18 and older. Services include a residential alcohol and drug treatment program and a sober living home for recovering alcoholics. The program accepts CalWORKs participants. Applicants to the sober living home must have completed a 90-day primary treatment program. Residential services are provided at the Flossie Lewis Recovery Center in Long Beach, and the Building Blocks Programs site in Carson. There are no geographic restrictions.
The residential program is a 90-day program which includes alcohol and drug education, family therapy, individual and group counseling, recreational activities, introduction to twelve-step meetings, living skills and prevocational training. Residents' family members and significant others are encouraged to be involved in the program.
The New Life Program is a residential treatment program for pregnant women with babies up to 60 days after delivery. The home can accommodate a total capacity of 12 women. Ancillary services include alcohol and drug education, family therapy, individual and group counseling, recreational activities, introduction to twelve-step meetings, living skills and prevocational training.
Call or walk in to Apply. A referral is required from a Central Assessment Service Center (CASC).
Appointment Required. Applicants must attend an initial interview.
Fees for the residential program are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $0 to $679 per month. Fees for the sober living home are set on a sliding scale according to the amount of GR or other income the woman receives. No one is turned away due to lack of funds.
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Most of the listings on this website are free; however, we decided it would also be helpful for our visitors to see sliding scale treatment centers and low cost rehab centers for low income persons.