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Haven4Change

About

Haven4Change is a licensed transitional living facility for women and their children 12 years of or under at the time of admission. The program is designed to support women during early recovery so that they can strengthen all areas of their lives while getting support during early recovery. Women and their children have their own room along with a community-shared kitchen, bathroom, and laundry facilities. On-site counseling services and referrals for off-site services are both available. The program is six to 12-months in length.

Treatment Services

Substance Use Disorder Treatment

Accreditation and Licensure

AODE

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CMHC

Information

Accepting Patients

Not Accepting Patients

Treatment Type

    • Inpatient
      • Residential
        • Short Term
        • Family

Facility Type

  • Non-profit

Treatment Services

  • Case Management
  • Anger Management Services

Accepted Forms Of Payment

  • Medicaid
    • Aetna
    • Anthem
    • Humana
    • Passport
    • WellCare
    • United Healthcare Community Plan
  • Medicare
  • Private Insurance
  • Self-Pay
  • Sliding Scale Fee

Additional Services

  • Employment Assistance
  • Housing Assistance
  • Peer Support / Peer Recovery Program
  • Hepatitis Education
  • Parenting Classes
  • Involuntary Treatment (Casey's Law)

Population Served

  • Age
    • Adult
  • Gender
    • Female
    • Transgender Female
    • Transgender Male
  • LGBTQ+
  • Pregnant / Postpartum
  • Veterans/Military
  • Preferred Language
    • English
    • Spanish
    • American Sign Language
  • Disabled
  • Currently Receiving Medications for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD)
  • Correctional/Legal

Policies

Referral / Admission

  • Admission criteria
    • A woman seeking services at this transitional living facility should have had residential or IOP treatment within the last 12 months and should be abstinent upon admission.
  • Referral process
    • Referrals generally come from SUD residential treatment programs.
  • Referral required

Other Requirements / Policies

  • Prescription Medication Policy Details
    • Medications are allowed. They are locked but made accessible for self administration when appropriate.
  • Gender-specific Treatment Policy
    • Self-Identified Gender
  • Outside Prescriptions Allowed

Tobacco Policy

  • Dipping
    • Allowed in Designated Areas
  • E cigarettes
    • Allowed in Designated Areas
  • Smoking cessation products
    • Allowed
  • Smoking
    • Allowed in Designated Areas