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Satilla Community Services FEES Funded by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Satilla Community Services accepts the following: Private pay Peachcare Medicaid Medicare Insurance Form# 136 Revised 09/07, 03/08, 03/11 Women on the Rise Long-term Ready for Work (7-12 months) Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for Women and their Children A Division Of Satilla Community Services 852 Tiffany Lane Waycross, GA 31503 Serving Phone: 912-449-7860 Atkinson, Bacon, Brantley, Charlton, Fax: 912-449-7075 Clinch, Coffee, Pierce, & Ware Counties Garden Gate is an ASAM level III.5 3. Gender specific substance abuse presence and effects of addiction in their Residential Program. The defining treatment and other therapeutic lives, as well as enhancing treatment characteristic of the program is to serve interventions for the women include a acceptance and motivation, preventing women in need by providing a safe and variety of issues, some of which are continued use or relapse and promoting structured living environment where they relationships, sexual and physical eventual reintegration of the individual into can develop sufficient recovery and life abuse, HIV and STD Prevention the community. skills. Therapeutic activities are Education, parenting and child care, conducted on-site daily and residents are trauma and mental health issues. supervised 24 hours a day. The purpose of Phase III this program is to assist women in 4. Therapeutic interventions for Interpersonal and community living skills developing their recovery by making children in custody of women in generally are promoted. Treatment is healthy lifestyle changes. treatment, which may, among other directed toward applying recovery skills, things, address their developmental preventing relapse, promoting personal Garden Gate works in collaboration with needs, their issues of sexual and responsibility and reintegrating the resident the local Department of Family and physical abuse, and/or neglect, and into the worlds of work, education and Children Services, Probation and Parole, drug awareness/prevention. family life. DOL, and other agencies involved in meeting women’s treatment needs. 5. Sufficient case management and transportation to ensure that women ELIGIBILITY The average length of stay is seven (7) to and their children have access to twelve (12) months. Some women require services provided. Substance abuse must be a real barrier a longer length of stay, depending on the to employability severity of their treatment needs and circumstances. Women should have no cognitive THREE PHASES OF THE and/or intellectual impairments which The program treats the family as a unit and PROGRAM will prevent them from participating in therefore admits both women and their and benefiting from the recommended children (up to age 13) into treatment level of care (i.e. I.Q. greater than or services. Garden Gate will provide or Phase I equal to 70) and should not be arrange for the provision of the following Phase one is designed to address significant diagnosed with chronic mental illness. services to pregnant women and women problems with living skills. with dependent children. Detoxification needs must be met prior Treatment is specific to maintaining to entry into the program. abstinence and preventing relapse but also 1. Primary medical care for the women, vigorously promotes personal responsibility Women must be medically stable including referral for prenatal care and and positive character change. while the women are receiving such Highest priority is given to women services childcare will be arranged. with the least lifetime T.A.N.F. Phase II eligibility and pregnant women. 2. Primary pediatric care, including Treatment of such consumers is directed immunizations for their children. toward overcoming their denial of the
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