Programs & Services



Adult Male Residential Treatment Programs

As determined by the ASAM Criteria for Adults – 3.5, 3.1


ASAM (3.5)Clinically Managed High-Intensity Residential Services

3.5 treatment programs focuses on Recovery, Resilience and Self–determination.  Emphasis is placed on stabilization following detox, establishing a strong foundation and recovery support network consisting of professional, family, and sober peers.  Clinical Treatment Services include individual and small group therapies, adjunctive therapies (art, music, meditation, spirituality and wellness, and physical fitness), substance use/abuse and dependency education, life skills education, anger/emotional regulation and management, and vocational (GED/HS Diploma) support.  All services are delivered by highly experienced counseling and medical professionals and established peer supports.  Routine physical, medical and psychiatric assessments are conducted on site.  Community services are accessed through our Case Management Department as recommended and necessary.  Mandatory admission and random Urine Drug/Alcohol Screens are collected by our trained staff members.  Medications are maintained by the facility, but all clients are expected to manage their own medication use under the observation of a Resident Monitor.

Our treatment philosophy focuses on improving the client’s feelings of self worth and providing an environment for success.  To achieve this, we offer Recreational (softball, basketball, volleyball, fitness gym) and Adjunctive Therapies (art, music, meditation), Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Fellowship, Educational Remediation and GED preparatory labs, Basic Computer instruction. Spirituality and Wellness counseling and education, and non-denominational and specific faith-based worship services.  All services are evidence-based and intended as motivational interventions.  Our broad range of services aid the individual in the enhancement of a positive identity and self-sufficiency.

Our knowledgeable Case Management Team assists all clients with medical, psychiatric, educational, and legal concerns as recommended by the Clinical Team and deemed necessary during the treatment experience.

All clients reside in individual rooms when available, but may be assigned a roommate when deemed necessary and appropriate.  There are no more than two persons to a room at any time in order to promote privacy and support self-reflection.  Balanced meals are provided throughout the day.


ASAM (3.1) Clinically Managed Low-Intensity Residential Services

3.1 is a 24/7 structured community-based residential treatment and rehabilitation facility. This program emphasizes a family atmosphere, encouraging independent growth, personal accountability, and responsible community living.  Our residents continue their individual journey of recovery in a live in/ work out environment, with the support and structure of staff and peers to provide an opportunity for continued success.  All of the services described above for the 3.5 program are readily available to our Halfway House (3.1) residents.  In addition, the residents of the Halfway House (3.1) are supported through Case Management and Computer Lab services with resume building, on-line and in-person employment application, interview skills, college/trade school enrollment, money management/budgeting, establishing savings accounts, and addressing legal concerns.  Of greatest importance is maintaining the established in-house recovery support network and gradually extending this into the larger non-treatment community through 12 Step Fellowship meeting attendance, faith-based community worship, social visits with family and sober friends.  In doing so, the goal of the Halfway House is to prepare the individual to successfully and charitably manage the affairs of his daily living without the use of alcohol and other drugs.

Adult Male Self Help Movement, Inc. Recovery House

The Self Help Movement, Inc. Recovery House offers structured and supportive residential sober-living housing.  All residents are required to be employed (or actively seeking employment), abide by specific rules and regulations,  follow curfews, attend in-house Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings, attend relapse prevention groups, and submit to random urine alcohol/drug screens.  It is expected that the residents of the Recovery House are self-sufficient and able to manage their own medical, psychiatric, and legal affairs. However, the Recovery House does offer Case Management services to help assist residents in attaining employment and independent housing, and addressing  medical, psychological, and legal concerns as deemed appropriate.