Journey House is a residential transitional facility for women, with children who have the possibility to regain custody through receiving treatment for substance use disorder (SUD), that meets American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) level 2.1 criteria. The program curriculum includes 28 Sessions of Recovery Dynamics, The 12 Steps in a Woman’s Way, Matrix Intensive Outpatient Program, and Life Skills, which incorporates job preparation, money management, domestic violence, and relapse prevention as well as recovery action planning.
Residents can attend sessions with in Bloom, for the parenting component of the program. In Bloom provides therapists who work on the mom/baby dyad curriculum as laid out by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration The sessions incorporate psycho-education regarding infant emotions and attachment needs, as well as activities that work to build the relationship and attachment with the mother/baby dyad.
Journey House provides on-site clinical therapy three days a week with a licensed clinical therapist in a group setting as well as individual sessions. Mental health issues are addressed such as post traumatic stress disorder. Trauma, and other challenges residents may need help focusing on. Residents also receive Case Management and Community SUpport Associate services to assist with community resources and housing when transition out of the program.
- 18 years or older
- Pregnant or post-partum with infant under the age of 18 months upon admission
- Women who still have Parental Rights to children not currently in their custody with possibility of regaining custody.
- Have a history of SUD and seeking treatment for such disorder.
- Be able to provide a medical clearance letter from their OBGYN, verifying they are medically stable to enter into the facility.
- Have active insurance in the state of Kentucky
- Meet ASAM Level 2.1-2.5
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