We can help individuals recover from substance use challenges, dependence, addiction or withdrawal.
Our treatment is based upon the American Society of Addiction Treatment (ASAM) philosophy that addiction is a treatable chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences. We utilize the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Ten Guiding Principles of Recovery as a framework for provision of best practice interventions.
We encourage Individuals to be involved actively in their treatment. This person-centered approach helps individuals to independently manage their symptoms, enhance their ability to cope with challenges in life, build resilience, and facilitate recovery.
Our staff helps each person develop an individual recovery plan (IRP) based on his or her strengths, preferences and goals. In order to meet the needs of individuals most effectively, Our staff can meet with an individual in his or her home, or locations in the community such as shelters, street environments or other locations that provide adequate privacy and safety. Staff have flexible hours in order to be available to individuals who might need help outside normal hours of operation and are available to respond rapidly to early signs of relapse or crisis.
Mosaic Place provides a comfortable, peer-led environment for individuals living in recovery or seeking recovery with substance use disorders, or substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders, as well as their families and significant others. For more information about Mosaic Place download this pdf.
Peer Support Services help each person develop and work toward achieving his or her specific personal recovery goals and live as independently as possible.
Our areas of expertise include best practice interventions on abstinence from illicit chemical use to address substance use and depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, schizophrenia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), poor impulse control, and negative patterns of thought and behavior that are counterproductive to living a healthy and fulfilled life.
This important program enables individuals to succeed in finding and maintaining jobs, and it is open to anyone who wants to work—if you struggle with mental health challenges, have been fired from jobs, or used substances in the past. We can also help if you have been hospitalized for mental health or substance use, if you have a disability, are homeless, or have been in jail or prison.
These programs offer hope, love, and assistance for women in recovery by removing substance use as a barrier to employment and living in the community. Services support women in achieving abstinence, maintaining recovery, avoiding illegal activity and meeting parenting responsibilities. The program also provides supports to help women obtain employment and transition into safe and stable housing.
Children 13 or younger are allowed to stay with their mothers while they are in the residential treatment program, and therapeutic child care is available. Services are provided at no cost to participants.
These residential treatment programs that help men achieve recovery, long-term sobriety and live successfully in their community. We promote addiction recovery while increasing an individual’s quality of life through a comprehensive array of services that includes development of life skills, education and community involvement. Services are provided at no cost to participants.