Little House provides many phases of treatment and residential services. We offer 28 residents the opportunity to remain in our program for six months or longer depending on their needs.
We offer educational groups, group therapy, and individual therapy provided by certified Drug and Alcohol Counselors. Through partnership with the Department of Rehabilitation and other agencies, we also offer our residents training in relapse prevention, anger management, co-dependency, domestic violence, family addiction, and occupational preparedness. Our case managers support our residents holistically, recommending bereavement, advocating for family reunification, and referring to free medical services as needed. We also provided assistance to help residents find a safe, sober environment to live in once they have completed our program.
Some residents are in therapy by court order, while others have checked in voluntarily. Our staff is equipped to help residents apply for aid to pay for the Little House Program, and most of residents complete the program at little to no cost.