Door to Hope is a treatment facility for substance and/or alcohol abuse located in the central California city of Salinas. In a residential, home-style setting, the program offers treatment to women, mothers with children aged up to five, pregnant women and teenage girls. The outpatient programs cater to male and female teens and adults with substance abuse and/or alcohol addiction.
Accommodations and Food
Door to Hope offers three different recovery homes—the Hayward Home, Santa Lucia and Nueva Esperanza. Bedrooms are typically shared between two clients, although families get their own rooms. Activities such as yoga are provided and three well-balanced meals are served each day. Smoking is allowed in designated areas.
The Hayward Home, aka The Door, is a 14-bed Tudor-style home for women in recovery. Santa Lucia is a home for young women between the ages of 12 to 18. And Nueva Esperanza is a Victorian-style house for pregnant women or mothers with small children for a three- to six-month stay. Six mothers and 10 children are housed here to find comfort and safety during recovery time.
Treatment and Staff
Door to Hope offers 12-step and social model substance and/or alcohol abuse recovery through individual and group counseling. Treatment modalities include Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Seeking Safety (for trauma clients), Matrix Model, relapse prevention counseling, CBT, Seven Challenges and anger management. The program provides ample support to those suffering from dual-diagnosis disorder. The young clients who live at Santa Lucia attend selected schools in Monterey County.
Residential treatment requires that the females must be 18 or older (except at the Santa Lucia House) and both medically and mentally stable. Self-pay clients may stay between 30 days and six months.
The outpatient programs are three to five times per week for three months. Treatment is available for both adults and adolescents, using MET, 12-step, Seeking Safety, Matrix Model, life skills, family and behavioral therapy, and relapse prevention.
Upon completion of the program, a year-long aftercare program is available, consisting of weekly group meetings and check ins.
The staff includes psychiatrists, MFT interns and MFTs. Many staff members are in recovery.
Door to Hope is a straightforward treatment facility that delivers solid treatment. This affordable program focuses on sustainable sobriety, using a wide variety of therapies to help clients achieve recovery.
Door to Hope
130 W Galiban St
Salinas, CA 93901
Door to Hope Cost: $6,000 (30 days, residential); $1600 (monthly, outpatient). Both MediCal and Medicare are accepted. Reach Door to Hope by phone at (831) 758-0181 or by email at [email protected]. Find Door to Hope on Facebook, Google+ and YouTube
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