You’ve Got Options
You Just Need To Learn What They Are
Denial about the extent to which women experience alcohol and other drug problems is still strong. The denial is even more profound when considering pregnant women. Progress is being made in expanding prevention and treatment efforts to include women. But, women of child- bearing age deserve special attention.
NCADD Sacramento is home to Options for Recovery. This Sacramento County program teaches pregnant and parenting women, life-long recovery skills. Re-establishing healthy relationships with their children is a high priority. Download the Options for Recovery PDF and share this information with a family member, friend or co-worker who would benefit from this service.
A highly- skilled collaborative of professionals coordinate:
- residential treatment,
- intensive outpatient
- transitional living
- case management
Staff from the Sacramento County Health and Human Services, Volunteers of America, WEAVE, and other local agencies ensure the best possible treatment planning for each client.
As an Option for Recovery provider, NCADD Sacramento provides a continuum of Day Treatment, Day Care Habilitative Treatment and Continuing Care Services for those in the early stages of recovery. Those on a waiting list for Residential, or Day Treatment services of Options for Recovery, have the opportunity to start treatment within our Beginners Pre-treatment group.
Options for Recovery is a nine month treatment program with three phases of services – 4 day, 3 day and 1 day treatment for continued support services. Each phase is approximately 90 days in length. Options for Recovery Day Treatment is provided four days a week. Services take place Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00am-4:30pm. Clients are provided with a minimum of two individual counseling sessions per month. Group participation is emphasized in all three phases.
This component of Options for Recovery is for pregnant and/or parenting women living in Sacramento County who may have recently completed residential treatment services. Options for Recovery focuses on women who are re-establishing healthy relationships with their children; and who may be preparing to meet vocational or educational goals.
You may call (916) 922-5110 Ext. 215 to make an appointment and to learn more about the program.
You can support our annual Honoring Mothers In Recovery for Mother’s Day event – to take place May 9th – by donating art supplies for kids to make Mother’s Day cards. Learn more here.