Family Willows IOP
The Family Willows Substance Use Treatment Center recognizes how substance use can destroy the lives of many, and is all too often a root cause of homelessness. Families in Transition offers a specialized treatment program for single women and women with children in the community who struggle with substance use and/or may also be struggling with trauma or mental health symptoms.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP):
The Family Willows Substance Use Treatment Program specializes in providing an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) treating co-occurring disorders. This program allows women to continue to meet their needs within their own communities and families while accessing treatment.
The first phase of treatment consists of meeting three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) for three hours a day. During this phase each individual is receiving one hour of therapy as well as one hour of case management to address the individual’s unique goals in recovery.
The Second phase of the IOP is a step down to two days a week, Tuesday and Thursday from for three hours a day. During this phase participants are focusing on maintaining their recovery and building on more concrete skills to support a life worth living. Treatment throughout the phases could last up to four months to help support participants in recognize, examine and understand the effects of substance use and trauma on their lives and the lives of their families. During treatment, participants receive child care as needed and transportation to the program within Manchester, based on program eligibility. This program is open to community members as well as to Families in Transition residents.
For more information, call (603) 641-9441 or e-mail [email protected]. Walk-in’s welcome!
To sustain participants on the road to recovery, the program provides the following:
- Women-focused IOP (Intensive Outpatient Programming) and outpatient services on topics including emotion regulation, coping with triggers and mindfulness
- Case management
- Individual therapy
- Addiction and trauma education
- Free child care (as needed)
- Transportation, per program eligibility
- Alumni support and 12 Step programming
- Recovery support services
- Family Services
Health services provided to individuals and families through the Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Manchester – Mobile Community Health Team clinic (provided at the Families in Transition 122 Market Street location), available to all Family Willows IOP participants. Alumni support and 12 Step programming.
Please note: No one will be denied access to Family Willows services due to inability to pay, in addition, there is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available. Please inquire with Families Willows intake for further information.
To learn more about using medical insurance to pay for substance use treatment click here.
Funded in part by NH DHHS Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services.
For more detailed information on the program click here.