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Founded in 1990, McCullough, Vargas and Associates offers inpatient and outpatient programs for substance abuse and mental health with locations in Jonesville and Adrian, Michigan. The primary residential program is the Hope House for Women in Jonesville, with a standard outpatient program offered at the same location. The facility also maintains the long-running Hope House for Men, a sober living on the same property. 

Accommodations and Food

Set in a residential neighborhood, Hope House for Women is a large family home which can accommodate up to 12 residents at a time. Rooms are dressed dormitory-style with four clients to a room. Residents can expect twin bunk beds in the smallest of the three rooms and two communal bathrooms in the hallway.

While the staff at Hope House take care of weekly grocery shopping trips, clients are responsible for cooking for themselves and typically take weekly shifts as part of their rotating chore duties. Residents often collaborate on shopping lists for the week and can make personal requests for personal snacks which they pay for themselves.

Recreation is available in the form of outdoor walks and an on-site basketball hoop. The facility is also working to establish an affordable exercise option for clients at a local gym. Residents can also expect field trips to local 12-step meetings and educational workshops, as well as personal trips to Wal-Mart and local shops. As their privileges increase over time, clients can get day passes to visit with their family members off-site.

Treatment and Staff

The program at Hope House lasts up to 90 days. During that time, clients can expect busy weeks of two to three group therapy sessions a day and one to two individual therapy sessions a week all led by CADCs. Treatment is heavy on 12-step involvement as well, with clients attending at least one on-site meeting a day and frequently attending meetings in the local community. There are no detox services on-site, but referrals are available.

Special group sessions available include parenting classes, processing groups, educational video sessions and spirituality groups. Dual diagnosis support is also available, with special groups for co-occurring disorders. There is also an on-staff psychologist who works with staff therapists to handle case management and individual sessions. A nurse practitioner also makes regular visits to the facility. Referrals can be made for those who need medication management.

As mentioned, McCullough, Vargas and Associates also offers a standard outpatient program in the basement of the Hope House which is open to both men and women. This program mirrors the treatment schedule of the residential program. While it is not technically an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), clients can tailor their programs to include the same amount of therapy as a typical IOP. McCullough, Vargas and Associates’s outpatient services are also extremely long-term, with some clients attending for as long as two years while slowly tapering down.

Extras

Aftercare programs are also offered, with clients typically attending outpatient at the same facility and receiving aid in finding transitional housing when necessary. Those who live too far from the facility can be referred to other facilities nearby.

While McCullough, Vargas and Associates does not have an inpatient program for men, they do offer the Hope House for Men, a sober living established in 1974 and located on the same property. Clients residing in the Hope House for Men are expected to have gainful employment during their stay and attend daily 12-step meetings as well as peer support groups.

In Summary

McCullough, Vargas and Associates offers several distinct programs of care, most notably its long-term residential program for women steeped in the 12 steps. Treatment features a strong dual-diagnosis component, with additional outpatient services available at the organization’s Jonesville and Adrian locations. Men who have completed treatment elsewhere can also attend the facility’s sober living for additional support. In all, McCullough, Vargas and Associates offers a range of affordable programs for those in the area at many different intensities.

McCullough, Vargas and Associates, Inc.
110 Reading Ave
Jonesville, MI 49250

McCullough, Vargas and Associates, Inc. Behavioral Health Services Cost: Varies by insurance. Reach McCullough, Vargas and Associates, Inc. Behavioral Health Services by phone at (517) 849-2333. Find McCullough, Vargas and Associates, Inc. Behavioral Health Services on Facebook

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