Residential/Sober Housing/Inpatient Programs
Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. - La Casita, Increased Access, Deaf and Hard of Hearing
These programs offer residential substance use disorder treatment to women and their children. Services: Education and counseling groups, individual counseling sessions, case management, transportation, etc. Deaf and ASL-fluent counselors are available.
Contact: Onya Jones
Video Phone: 562-287-5753
Voice Phone: 562-622-2268
Bridgemark Addiction Recovery Services
Warwick, Rhode Island
Bridgemark offers a residential program for adult males. There are six houses available for residency and a special interests’ programs for specific populations. They also offer services for D/deaf people. Services: Progressive four level treatment, 12-step support programs, individual, group, and family therapy, parenting in recovery, and an employment track. Bridgemark also provides specialized services for D/deaf people and individualized treatment plans.
Caring Works – Hope House
Caring Works offers culturally and linguistically competent therapeutic services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing men. They have Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and ASL-fluent staff members. Their services include case management, psychoeducation classes, 12 step groups, individual and group therapy, Deaf NA meetings, medication management, integrated health and wellness assessments.
Minnesota Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind
Lodging Plus Program. Intensive residential outpatient program. Specialized treatment designed to meet the communication and cultural needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons in recovery. Services include: individual and group therapy including lectures, workshops, skills groups, recreational activities, spiritual care groups, yoga, acupuncture, interpreted 12-step meetings, comprehensive assessment services, and aftercare planning.
John L. Norris Addiction Treatment Center
This is a 44-bed inpatient treatment program. The center provides ASL interpreting services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing patients and support from Deaf peer counselors. The treatment aims are to provide a psychologically and physically safe environment for recovery, facilitate stabilization of patients emotionally and physically, explore choices and motivation for sober living, develop strategies and resources to carry out change and to facilitate chemical dependency education and information services.