Our mission is simple yet profound, changing lives through Christ. We want to help individuals come to Christ, being redeemed by his blood and restored and transformed by His word. Our goal is to assist individuals struggling with addictions, mental health issues and other life circumstances learn how to cope effectively. We want to show them how to lean on Christ Jesus as they work through their physical, emotional, financial, and legal life issues. We desire to help individuals be made new through Christ, learning constructive ways of thinking, appropriate communication to themselves and others, personal responsibility, relapse prevention, and other important life skills. We pray for each individual we come into contact with to be healed and restored through Christ.
Goals and Objectives of Residential Services include:
Clinical Services: Weekly individual psychotherapy sessions (1 hour duration each), weekly clinical group psychotherapy sessions (9-10 hours total), assessment-driven, individualized treatment planning, treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health diagnoses, family psychotherapy group sessions/family telephonic consult, crisis counseling, clinically supervised 30+ weekly structured therapeutic hours (alcohol and other drug education, spiritual/existential development classes and activities, health and exercise activities, job skills training, leisure activities), coordination of psychiatric and psychotropic medication services, discharge/relapse prevention planning, and referral to outside agencies for ongoing/adjunctive treatment as necessary.
Case Services: Assist client with legal, financial, educational and personal goals as needed and appropriate. Make referrals for housing/further treatment if applicable. Aide in navigation of community resources and setting up of relapse prevention activities including locating self help meetings, scheduling therapy and medication appointments, providing information on education and employment resources.
Medical Services: Evaluate medical needs and provide management of identified medical problems. This is accomplished within the following objectives: 1) Initial evaluation of clients upon intake; 2) Proper referral to licensed practitioner. 3) Collaborate with outside medical providers; 4) Provide client education regarding identified medical problems and medication regiments;
All objectives are met by collaboration of the clinical, case and medical service providers and in conjunction with outside providers in order to promote optimal physical, mental and spiritual wellness for the client.