Residential Services

The Residential Department provides housing (the majority to those whom we currently treat) and support services toHouse adolescents and adults with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.  A broad range of facilities are available to those we serve.

Recovery in Motion (formerly Dual Diagnosis Residential Program) is a semi-independent, 24 hour supervised program that houses individuals with substance use disorders. Serving both adult males and females this program offers onsite staff, on-call nursing, transportation to the clinical services, community meetings and life skills. Participants receive clinical services at the Cobb Outpatient Program. This program is six months in length, and clients are required to attend the treatment program. Case management and assistance with referrals to affordable housing and employment (after graduation) can be provided. To refer yourself or someone else for this program, call 678-398-7666, or complete and submit the linked referral form below.

Intensive Treatment Residential Program serves SPMI adults and provides services that help individuals manage the symptoms of their illness, develop daily living skills, and learn to use natural community supports. Individuals attend day treatment programs: the expected length of stay is a six to nine month residency.

New Start Men’s Program is an alcohol and drug transitional housing service.This program provides intensive alcohol and drug treatment as well as transitional housing to adult men who are being discharged from the Crisis Stabilization Program (or have been discharged from a CSU in the last 12 months) and who have a primary diagnosis of substance use disorder. The average length of stay is 30 days. We offer on-site substance abuse education, relapse prevention and supportive services for this population. A continuum of support and customized services help residents transition back into the community with more effective tools and skills to maintain sobriety. To refer yourself or someone else for this program, call 678-398-7666, or complete and submit the linked referral form below.

Mothers Making a Change Program (MMAC), also know as the Women’s Treatment and Recovery Support (WTRS) Program, is a highly structured, trauma-responsive, gender-specific program women with substance use disorders who are pregnant and/or have children.  WTRS Residential is available to individuals who experience difficulties in maintaining their sobriety without a structured residential setting: priority admission for pregnant women and intravenous (IV) users, as well as accommodations for individuals participating in Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). On-site monitoring is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Cobb County.

The Families Making a Change (FMAC) Program through WTRS Residential is a specialized, gender-specific, trauma-responsive substance use disorder treatment program for pregnant and post-partum women with children under the age of 12 months. The program is designed to recognize the unique needs of pregnant and postpartum women in treatment for substance use and their children, while providing 24-hour residential supervision. WTRS Residential also provides Therapeutic Childcare for program participants, providing a nurturing environment for children ages birth through 13 years.This program empowers participants and their children through the development of strong interactive skills–offering nurturing guidance to enhance parenting skills. Treatment is provided by a comprehensive team of licensed/credentialed clinicians, case managers, physicians, nurses, peer specialists, and paraprofessionals.

Residential Application

Paper RESIDENTIAL REFERRAL SA 7-25-18

Permanent Supportive Housing (formerly known as Shelter Plus Care–S+C): Goals of the Permanent Supportive Housing program are to assist homeless individuals and their families in order to increase their housing stability, skills and/or income, and self-sufficiency.

The program provides permanent housing in connection with supportive services to homeless people with disabilities and their families. It also provides rental assistance for a variety of housing choices, accompanied by a range of supportive services funded by other sources. The program is designed to serve a population who has been traditionally hard to reach: homeless individuals with disabilities such as, but not limited to, serious mental illness, chronic substance abuse, and/or AIDS and related diseases. The program was built on the premise that housing and services need to be connected in order to ensure the stability of housing for this population. Supported Housing Application Packet

Cobb County also has housing through our Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

For more information on the programs above please call 770-422-0202 or review our Supportive Housing Brochure 2018_

Crisis Respite Apartment Program: The Cobb County Community Services Board has a Crisis Respite program that provides temporary respite housing. This service is monitored 24/7 by direct care staff. Crisis Respite services include individualized engagement, crisis planning, linkage to treatment ,and other community resources for the individual to safely reside in a community.Transportation assistance is also available when needed to access appropriate levels of care. Referrals can be submitted electronically on the Cobb County Community Services Board website. Accessibility to the Crisis Respite program can be through psychiatric inpatient facilities, Crisis Stabilization Units (CSU), or 23 hour observation areas, hospitals, core providers, and emergency rooms or venues that may need crisis respite housing. The referral form is available by following the link. CRA APPLICATION

 

 

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