Program Details

Women's Residential Program - Seminole

The Women and Children Residential Facility - Seminole County
96 Plumosa Ave. Casselberry, FL 32707

407-262-7489

Program Summary:
The Women's Residential Program - Seminole provides housing for homeless, substance dependent women who are motivated to gain the skills and support they need to live in recovery. Substance-abusing women age 18 and older will be considered based on clinical appropriateness and bed availability. The average length of stay is 4 to 6 months.

The program uses a holistic approach that integrates traditional substance abuse services, including individual, group, and family therapy, with meditation and movement therapy, such as yoga. Groups focus on recovery issues, domestic violence, anger management, coping skills, and decision making skills. Vocational services, housing, psychiatric care, and physical health issues are also addressed. Emphasis is put on learning and practicing appropriate leisure and recreational skills.

Program Description:
The Women's Residential Program - Seminole provides housing for homeless, substance dependent women who are motivated to gain the skills and support they need to live in recovery. Substance-abusing women age 18 and older will be considered based on clinical appropriateness and bed availability. The average length of stay is 4 to 6 months.

The program uses a holistic approach that integrates traditional substance abuse services, including individual, group, and family therapy, with meditation and movement therapy, such as yoga. Groups focus on recovery issues, domestic violence, anger management, coping skills, and decision making skills. Vocational services, housing, psychiatric care, and physical health issues are also addressed. Emphasis is put on learning and practicing appropriate leisure and recreational skills.

Women's Residential Program - Seminole has four phases:
<ul><li>Orientation:</li><li>Commitment:</li><li>Change: and,</li><li>Maintenance</li></ul>
Each phase has specific therapeutic requirements to be completed before moving to the next phase. The program recognizes that each woman is on her own individual journey to recovery and therefore works through the phases in her own time.

During the third phase, "Change", clients are encouraged to pursue their educational or employment goals. A Case Manager works with each client helping them to reach their educational or employment goals.

Other Information about the Women's Residential Program - Seminole:

<ul><li>The campus is a tobacco/smoke free facility;</li><li>Family can visit on Saturday or Sunday after the client has completed the Orientation Phase and met with her counselor;</li><li>Program staff will help clients keep appointments with the court or probation; and,</li><li>Phone Calls are allowed after client has completed the Orientation Phase.</li></ul>
Women who are interested in being housed at the Women's Residential Program - Seminole need to have an assessment at one of the following locations:

<u>Outpatient Screening Unit</u>
100 W Columbia Street, Orlando, FL 32806
407-245-0014

<u>Addictions Receiving Facility</u>
712 W Gore Street, Orlando, FL 32805
407-245-0012

<u>Women's Residential Program - Seminole</u>
96 Plumosa Avenue, Casselberry, FL 32707
407-262-7489

Counties Served:
Seminole

Services:
Assessment / Screening  |  Alcohol / Substance Abuse  |  Mental Health  |  Prevention / Education  |  Homeless Services

Services for:
Adult Females