Phase 1 Intensive
Treatment Program

Samaritan Inns’ Intensive Treatment Program provides a proven holistic approach to treating those with addictions. We provide homeless men and women with healing services in a structured environment of support and accountability to allow them to rebuild their lives.

Who Is Eligible?

The Intensive Treatment Program is the first phase of our Treatment and Recovery Continuum. We are proud to serve single, adult men and women aged 21 to 65 who desire a life free from homelessness and addiction. Our treatment programs are fully certified by the DC Department of Behavioral Health and as a Medicaid-approved provider.


Our Intensive Treatment Program is a highly structured, residential treatment program where men and women experiencing homelessness and addiction, can receive education and tools to confront addictive behaviors, learn the 12-step Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous principles and practices, and benefit from individual and group counseling sessions and case management.

With help from our trained and compassionate staff, individuals in need can rebuild their physical health through a balance of nutrition, exercise, education, and accountability.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are intensive treatment programs?

Intensive treatment is short-term residential treatment that requires a minimum of 25 hours of weekly counseling services focused on the early stage of recovery.

Where will I stay during the program?

All our residential facilities are nestled within the Columbia Heights/Adams Morgan area of DC.

What are the 12 steps of the Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous program?

The Twelve Steps are a set of guiding principles in addiction treatment that outlines a course of action for tackling problems related to alcoholism, drug addiction, and behavioral compulsion.

Get Help

We invite anyone experiencing homelessness and addiction to learn more about how Samaritan Inns can serve you. For single, adult men, please contact our Admissions Counselor at 202-478-3924. For single, adult women, please contact our Admissions Counselor at 202-621-7447.

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