Substance Use Disorder Residential Treatment Program

Take time for you

Breaking free of substance use takes work. You’re building new skills, developing coping mechanisms and learning to love life without substances. Our residential program offers a nurturing place to focus on your journey.

During your stay, you’ll be surrounded by well-trained clinicians who understand what you’re going through—and care deeply about your success. They’ll support you every step of the way with help, encouragement and opportunities to empower yourself.

Custom treatment plan

Your initial assessment will help us develop a treatment plan that’s unique to your needs. Residential counseling includes psycho-education and individual therapy, plus recreational and social activities.

Wellness tools

We don’t just treat substance use—we treat the whole person. We’ll help you cultivate wellness with services such as yoga, massage therapy and pet therapy. You’ll also have access to an exercise room as well as the local community center.

Smoke-free setting

Keeping our residential program smoke and tobacco-free is another way we promote your overall wellness. We’ll help you get any supports you need to avoid smoking.

We accept most forms of insurance—find out what your coverage includes.

Ready to take the next step?

Drop in for an assessment  where you will meet one on one with a licensed professional counselor. At the completion of this conversational session you will know what level of care is recommended just for you.

Walk-in for an assessment:

Main Campus Office:
Mon-Thurs noon – 3:30pm

Orchards Office:
Tuesdays noon-3:30pm
Thursdays noon-3:30pm

Camas Office:
Mon-Friday 9am-3:30pm

Aberdeen Office:
Mon – Friday 8am – 3:30pm

South Bend Office:
By appointment only, 360-787-9319

We are always available via phone, email or via instant message right here on our website.

Phone: 360-397-8246 ext. 7580

Email: admissions@lifelineconnections.org

 

hope. help. Healing.

 

“I am truly grateful for the opportunity to have been in an inpatient treatment center. Being given an opportunity to get away gave me the best shot I was going to have at staying sober.”

– Alex R.