Clinical Outreach Alliances with Seabrook House
Clinical Outreach was created around the core belief that alcohol and drug rehab treatment needs to be a minimum of 4 – 5 weeks. An initiative that focuses on the treatment and recovery process from inpatient to aftercare, Clinical Outreach representatives work conjointly with aftercare providers in the community to assist Seabrook House patients upon their discharge of the inpatient treatment program.
Providers in the Clinical Outreach Network include: private practice psychologists and clinicians, licensed social workers, outpatient facilities, psychiatrists, psychiatric hospitals, and community based programs in the New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), Massachusetts (MA), Rhode Island (RI), Pennsylvania (PA), Delaware (DE) and Maryland (MD) regions.
To learn more about the Clinical Outreach Initiative, or to become a Clinical Outreach Alliance to Seabrook House and receive referrals as a part of our network, complete the application above or call 1-800-761-7575.
Veterans Addiction Services
Veterans Healing Initiative is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide sponsorship funding for veterans in need of substance abuse and PTSD treatment.
Pennsylvania (PA) Extended Care
Seabrook House West – Transitional Living Facility – provides a transitional living opportunity for up to 28 male residents recovering from alcoholism, chemical dependency and other compulsive disorders.The facility features high end accommodations and amenities typically found in 5 star bed and breakfast. The program provides a minimum 90 day, 3 phase step-down for independent living and immersion into a 12 step recovery process.
Keystone Center Extended Care Unit – (ECU) for issues surrounding Sexual Compulsivity and trauma. The residential center is a 14- bed treatment program located in Suburban Philadelphia. The Extended Care Unit is part of the KeyStone Center 114—bed dually licensed facility treating multiple addictions including gambling. Program activities are provided seven days a week. The length of stay varies in this twelve- step based program depending upon individual needs and completion of specific therapeutic tasks. Please contact toll free (800) 733-6840 or https://www.keystonecenterecu.net/
Maine (ME) Extended Care
Foundation House – located in Portland, Maine (ME). Provides affordable, long-term, clean & sober living for men in early recovery from chemical dependency and alcoholism, offering each individual resident the highest probability of a successful and sober life. Very inexpensive. Foundation House is not a “treatment rehab”, nor is it a “program”. It is a peer-to-peer supportive living facility where we manage “the process“ of staying sober, not the individual. Foundation House homes emphasize structure, accountability, and independence.
California (CA) Extended Care
Seabrook House is proud to be affiliated with New Directions For Women, a 30 bed residential program for women and women with children located in Costa Mesa, California (CA). Specializing in treating women who have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency which is typically coupled with other co-occurring disorders such as mental health issues, trauma, sex addiction, family dysfunction and other addictive disorders. As a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3), NDFW is state licensed, certified and has assisted thousands of women and their families in entering their journey of recovery since 1977. Please contact toll free (800) 939-6636 or www.newdirectionsforwomen.org
Tennessee (TN) Dual Diagnosis Mental Health
La Paloma Treatment Center – provides integrated treatment to persons with addictive and/or mental health conditions. Through the use of The Foundations Treatment Model, their specially trained staff addresses the complex needs of individuals struggling against co-occurring disorders. This campus, located near historic, mid-town Memphis, Tenn., offers comprehensive, medically supervised detoxification and individualized integrated services. Both our Outpatient and Residential programs provide an introduction to the 12-Step principles, daily group and individual therapy and life skills classes. Call 24 Hours (866) 869-1512
Florida (FL) Extended Care
Transitions Recovery Program® is a nationally accredited, state-licensed drug and alcohol rehabilitation service provider with drug treatment and alcohol addiction treatment facilities based in North Miami Beach, Florida (FL). The core of our drug and alcohol addiction treatment philosophy is that recovery from substance abuse is attainable. Even for those who feel despair, hopelessness and overwhelmed. Toll free: (800) 626-1980 http://www.transrecovery.com/
ArchStone Recovery Center is an extended care treatment center located in central Palm Beach County, Florida (FL). The program is for clients eighteen and older and accepts most major insurance plans. The staff includes psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse-practioner, certified addiction professionals, social workers, and licensed mental health counselors. Toll free: (888) 608-0011 Local Pennsylvania: (800) 858-1880 http://www.archstonerecoverycenter.com
NEW – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – large volume of resources for addicted persons, family members, professionals: http://www.pfr.samhsa.gov/
Pennsylvania (PA) – Bucks County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (BCCADD) – independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide resources and opportunities to reduce the impact of addiction and to improve related health issues for the entire community. We accomplish this through prevention, consultation, education, advocacy, assessment, intervention and treatment services. We will make available our services to all, regardless of ability to pay, ethnicity, race, gender, age, or sexual/gender orientation. http://www.bccadd.org/
Thousands of Alcoholism and Addiction Resources: www.SoberRecovery.com
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