Mothers In Sobriety is a residential treatment community that provides individualized services to meet the specific needs of substance abusing prenatal or postpartum women and their babies. The MIS program was developed from the practices of Sisters In Sobriety, and operates as a 6 month therapeutic treatment option for women and their babies up to 1 year old.
MIS offers a therapeutic environment to ensure pregnant/postpartum women 18 years of age or older, who present with a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency, receive specialized care and treatment planning options. MIS strives to assist in the development of strong mother/child bonding and responsible parenting techniques through clinical assessment, treatment planning, case management, individual counseling, family and group therapy, life skills courses, discharge planning, and relapse prevention. Support services such as assisting with job searches, vocational assessments, job and life skills training, and referral to Adult Education classes are offered to all Salvita residents.
MIS provides support services for committed and voluntary or court ordered participants looking to develop healthy lifestyle practices for themselves and their babies. Our goal is to empower mothers to believe in their ability to live a chemical free lifestyle for personal and familial well-being by providing services that foster the development of interpersonal strength and hope.
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