Priority admission status for substance use programs will be given to pregnant females, women with children and intravenous drug users.
The TLC (Transitional Living Center) is a 20-bed co-ed substance use residential treatment program for adults utilizing an intensive, therapeutic and educational program, emphasizing individualized treatment. This program emphasizes family and other interpersonal relations, which are necessary for a healthy recovery. SalusCare residential treatment programs are also equipped to address co-occurring mental health diagnoses. For more information, contact the Transitional Living Campus.
Transitional Care Program
SalusCare operates a 14-bed women’s transitional house and a 16-bed men’s transitional house on its Transitional Living Campus. This longer-term adult residential program allows recovering individuals an opportunity to live in a home-like environment while working or enrolling in school and receiving substance use and mental health treatment. Life skills, including vocational and educational training, are also available. There is no formal length of stay. Most residents stay 4 to 6 months, depending on their needs. Residents are required to pay a portion of their income to live in transitional housing and meet other income requirements.