Phase 2 Men’s Treatment & Women’s Treatment Programs
Samaritan Inns’ Men’s Treatment Program and Women’s Treatment Program continue to provide clients who have completed an intensive treatment program with ongoing co-occurring services with a focus on community reintegration. During this program, we empower clients to reinforce and apply relapse prevention skills and positive social skills.
Who Is Eligible?
The Men’s Treatment Program and Women’s Treatment Program are the second phase of our Continuum. This program serves men and women aged 21 to 65 who have an intensive treatment program. Our Men’s and Women’s Treatment programs are fully certified by the DC Department of Behavioral Health and as Medicaid-approved providers.
Our Men’s Treatment Program and Women’s Treatment Program build on the foundation of our highly structured intensive treatment program. During this phase of the Treatment and Recovery Continuum, clients attend weekly meetings with addiction counselors, 12-step meetings, and individual counseling. Clients also have access to various resources, including a case manager who helps with referrals to external agencies for housing assessment services, GED tutoring, employment readiness, job training, and opportunities for spiritual growth.
Additionally, clients in our programs learn skills that support increased self-sufficiency and personal growth.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the Men’s Treatment Program and Women’s Treatment Programs?
The Men’s Treatment Program and Women’s Treatment program are low-intensity residential treatment programs that require a minimum of 5 hours of weekly counseling services focused on the middle stage of recovery.
Where do residents stay while in the Men’s or Women’s Treatment Program?
All our residential facilities are nestled within the Columbia Heights/Adams Morgan area of DC.
How much housing is available in the Transitional Treatment Program?
Successful completion of Phase 2 could result in a referral to Samaritan Inns’ Long-Term Recovery Program. Clients are also encouraged to identify alternative, sober housing options.