Program Description & Goal
The purpose of the Family Recovery Program is to empower women and children by providing appropriate family support while residing in a recovery home environment for six months. This program will help families remain stabilized after the conclusion of treatment by integrating prevention and intervention activities that will benefit women, children and their family members.
The GOAL of the program is to assist women ages 18 and older with children under 5 years old. The women will obtain recovery living skills, budgeting, parenting and recovery education
Program Components and Services
Family Recovery is women and children unit - Program is an eight bed DASA licensed, Medicaid Certified Program:
- Present completed in drug treatment.
- Have a history of post-partum depression or present with psychiatric conditions.
- Commitment of three month to a maximum of six months stay.
- Upon admission to the program, the resident will meet with staff to receive orientation to the program and will be assigned a Case Manager.
- Staff will provide the resident with a tour of the residence. A copy and review of the welcome packet including the duration of the orientation period which is 14 days. During the 14 day orientation period, the resident will also meet with the Child Development Specialist to discuss and complete a Child Care Service plan for each child in residence.
- Illinois Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA) (must be an Illinois resident if seeking this funding)
- Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
- Chicago Department of Human Services (CDHS) Medicaid/TANF
- Drug Court/T ASC
- Ryan White
- Bureau of Justice Administration (BJA)
- Private insurance
- Must have income or family support available to pay co-pay