Salvita, a transitional housing community, provides women the “Continuing Care”, or step down opportunity, to practice the teachings, lessons, and skills learned immediately after completing a residential treatment program. This two-month stay (at minimum) is a voluntary program option for women 18 years of age or older assists in the process of transitioning back into the community by providing the opportunity to use the “tools” they have been given in day to day living. Salvita offers therapeutic clinical assessment, treatment planning, case management, individual counseling, group therapy, life skills courses, discharge planning, and relapse prevention to assist with the reentry process. 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.
Women at Salvita are also provided with transportation services in order to be active in the community by attending work, school, or substance abuse and alcohol prevention meetings. The Salvita program fosters the continued interaction of family and support networks through weekly visitation, family group, and a system of passes for home visits.
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