Women’s Residential Program

Women’s Residential Program – The Door


  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Twelve-Step Facilitated Therapy
  • Seeking Safety® for Trauma-Exposed Clients
  • Matrix Model®
  • Relapse prevention counseling
  • Education
  • Individual counseling
  • Personal offerings such as stress and anger management
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment

Admission Requirements

A woman must be:

  • Over the age of 18 AND
  • Have a substance use disorder that requires residential treatment AND
  • Be medically and psychiatrically stable and able to participate in an active program of counseling, education and other recovery activities AND
  • Demonstrate the motivation and willingness to follow all program principles, guidelines and structure.

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Two things set our program apart from others: It's affordable and highly effective.

Experience shows that extended stays in a recovery home promote a more solid basis for long-term recovery. Because our program is so affordable, we can offer 3 to 6 months of treatment that costs no more ─ and often less ─ than the average 28-day program.

During that time, residents get the vital professional support and time they need to make positive, lasting changes. They learn about themselves and addiction, make new habits and friends, and take steps to establish healthy, productive lives.

Our clients trust the licensed or certified professional staff ─ for good reason. Many of our staff members have personally experienced addiction. They know the isolation and despair. They also know how to overcome it to enjoy fulfilling, happy lives. They work with tremendous compassion and serve as credible, inspiring examples.

An Individualized Treatment Process

The cornerstone to our treatment is individualized recovery planning. During the initial assessment, we identify what program elements the client needs most.

Our staff includes:

  • Addiction counselors
  • Therapists
  • Family Counselors
  • Experts in parenting, stress, anger and mood management, and trauma and grief counseling
  • Psychological counselors, including those qualified to help clients with mental health problems