The Fall River Women's Therapeutic Community provides twenty-eight beds to women and women with infants with substance use problems. The building is a three story structure providing a comfortable, sober, home-like enviornment. Women participate in the program from three to twelve months as they work on developing recovery skills and support systems. Women are also assisted with obtaining employment, entitlements, parenting skills, and living and coping skills as well as finding appropriate housing prior to discharge. These skills, services, and supports empower women so they successfully transition into the community and experience long term sobriety and an imporoved quality of life.
For those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one, the DrugAbuse.com helpline is a private and convenient solution.
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