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Chrysalis House’s Mission to support women and their families in recovery from alcohol and other drugs led to our family-centered approach to treatment.
Our residential treatment programs for women accommodates infants and toddlers up to age two and older children can visit overnight. At Chrysalis House we focus primarily on the individual woman but address family relationship as an integral part of the treatment process. Family-centered treatment includes:
Clinical Treatment Services defined as services necessary to address the medical and biopsychosocial issues associated with addiction.
Clinical Support Services assist clients in maintaining their recovery.
Community and Recovery Support Services integrate community and recovery support services for women.
Residential Phased Level Treatment
Chrysalis House delivers residential treatment in a three-phased level system that facilitates the development of key skills and the achievement of milestones leading to graduation from the residential programming. Persons served move from more structured to less restrictive settings as they complete phases of the program. The persons served move from higher levels of intensity to lower levels as they stabilize and symptoms are reduced.
Examples of the key skills and milestones that comprise the phases of treatment are as follows:
- Readiness to change and ability to set and achieve goals;
- Acquisition of functional adult daily living skills;
- Development of positive social and communication skills;
- Adoption of sober and adaptive coping strategies;
- Positive parenting skills;
- Building of a sober support system; and
- Gaining an adaptive and sober strategy for symptom management.
AFTERCARE/INDEPENDENT LIVING is phase four of treatment outside of the residential setting.
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At Chrysalis House treatment begins with engagement (Phase 1). The person served will establish a sense of understanding of the services and program model (orientation) and participate in the assessment of her individual needs, strengths and preferences. During Phase…
Transitioning to Phase 2 of residential treatment the person served will be re-assessed based upon their progress in Phase 1 and the initial assessment. In Phase 2 the person served will begin to build natural…
Phase 3 is the final phase within our residential treatment program. The person served will begin to practice skills outside of Residential Treatment with success; will take a leadership role in Residential Treatment; will…
Our aftercare and outpatient program provides clients with support, guidance, and continued treatment following the completion of our residential treatment program.