The Reddy House Residential Treatment program is run by the Addictions Recovery Center. It allows women and new mothers to receive treatment for substance use disorders in a home-like environment, something the ARC CEO says is beneficial to the ultimate success of the program.
“We want this to be like a home and they’ll be learning a lot of life skills while they’re learning about their disease,” CEO, Lori Paris said. “A lot of women coming into treatment don’t believe they deserve this, they do.”
The new center can hold about 14 women, and babies up to six months can live there with their mothers. The treatment center is scheduled to open this Monday, June 3rd.
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