Many of the men requesting supportive housing at Step 1 enter the program directly from incarceration, homelessness, area treatment centers, the court system, and concerned family members. Each client receives substance abuse counseling to not only deal with addiction issues, but to learn how to become self-sufficient so that they can reintegrate back into the local community. No client will be denied services based on their ability to pay. No deposits will be accepted to secure transitional living bed space. When available, Step 1 will utilize SAPTA/BHPT funds to pay for the clients transitional living expenses. However, the client will still be required to obtain employment within one to two weeks of admission. As a client of the Step 1 Transitional Living Program, you will be given a unique opportunity. You must begin a savings account immediately. This is mandatory. Your weekly savings amount will be in accordance with your income. This will also be contingent upon you providing verifying information. You will be required to save earnings each week and provide proof of savings with a deposit slip or by saving with the Step 1 Administrative Office. All monies saved will be returned to you upon exit. Client savings fees will be assessed utilizing an in-house sliding fee scale. An agreement will be made during intake and the signed/initialed agreement retained in the client chart. Rates are in accordance with Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Services: Substance abuse treatment services
Fees: Sliding fee scale. Call for rates and qualifications.
Insurances: Self payment
Is this treatment center really free?
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.