Mission: To improve public health by helping people free themselves from chemical dependancy without regard for their ability to pay.
Programs: Women's services programthis program provides an array of services to women and their children. The focus of the women's program is to help women achieve abstinence by removing all barriers that hinder this process. Assessment, group and individual counseling, multi-family therapy and case management services are available. There are several specialized groups that include trauma, self-esteem, women's issues, anger and life skills. The program also provides supportive housing to both single women and women with children after they return to the community from a residential facility.
residential programresidential services are available to chemically dependent men who are unable to remain free of chemicals in an outpatient setting or need the intensity of this program to begin their recovery. Mckinley hall's twelve bed residential program includes intensive structured services and is staffed 24 hours a day. Family visitation is available while in treatment. Length of stay varies according to client need.
outpatient services programoutpatient services consist of assessment and counseling for clients and their families. Assessment services help the client, referral source and family members understand the extent of the alcohol or other drug problems, as well as the recommended course of treatment.
substance abuse and violence prevention program and other off site services.