Our residential treatment facilities provide an intensive therapeutic environment. Consumers with serious mental health related diagnoses or substance use disorders benefit from being in an environment that is closely monitored and provides ongoing support to develop those basic skills to move toward independent living. SpectraCare has multiple residential treatment facilities that are designed to address mental health, substance use, and co-occurring issues.
Residential Treatment Facilities
SpectraCare provides multiple options for consumers who require more intensive treatment. Our residential treatment facilities are located throughout Southeast Alabama and are specialized to meet the needs of consumers.
Residential Treatment Facilities Include:
- Intermediate Care
- Medical Care
- Specialized Behavioral Care
- Foster homes
Co-occuring Treatment Facility
The Co-Occurring Treatment Facility, located in Midland City, Alabama provides treatment for both male and female consumers. This residential component of our continuum of care highlights our beliefs that co-occurring disorders are best addressed through integrated treatment services, where both mental health and substance use disorders are simultaneously treated. Admission priority is given to pregnant women, IV drug users, people with dependent children.
The Haven, located in Dothan, Alabama is a residential treatment facility for both men and women with alcohol or other drug related problems. The core functions of the Haven include individual counseling, group therapy, family therapy, lectures and discussion, family strengthening groups, recreation therapy, AA/NA meetings, Celebrate Recovery, and a weekly continuing care program. Admission priority is given to pregnant women, IV drug users, people with dependent children.
SpectraCare offers housing to individuals in need of support to remain independent. These individuals have access to resources that can be utilized to develop skills to ensure that they can remain integrated into the community while receiving the assistance needed to thrive.
For more information, please contact our Access To Care Team at 800-951-HELP (4357).