Services for Women
OAR’s Women’s Services help women and their families access support and treatment for substance abuse and mental health issues. We help parents and children learn together, while also removing barriers to recovery such as transportation and other basic needs. Our experienced staff provides guidance and support for women and families as they discover new strengths, establish support networks, and create their paths to recovery.
Pregnant women, women with children, and those involved with child welfare are a priority for treatment.
OAR’s Women’s Services provide assessments and treatment planning for women that are developmentally appropriate, as well as culture- and gender-specific. Individual and family therapy and support services are provided to address a wide range of substance use and mental health concerns. These services help families develop skills to support each other and connect parents with supports in the community that can encourage them on the path to recovery.
Specialized services and supports for women are available in outpatient and residential treatment.
All programs include the following:
- Services provided in a community-based setting
- Individual and family counseling services
- Case management for families with children
- Referrals for outpatient and other specialized services
- Coordination with community systems to address family needs
Enhanced Women’s Services are offered to women who are pregnant or have an infant up to 12 months old, and have used drugs or alcohol during their pregnancy.