Mrs. Wilson's Halfway House

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Mrs. Wilson's Halfway House

18 bed halfway house for women seeking recovery from substance abuse in Morris County, New Jersey.


Living Room at Mrs. Wilson's Halfway House

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Transitional living for 6 women - a safe, nurturing environment in the heart of Morristown, NJ.

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Intensive Outpatient & Inpatient

Community centered, evidence-based programming up to 5 days a week.

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Supporting Services

Family Program, Alternative Therapies including Qigong, Tai Chi and Pet Therapy for women seeking recovery from substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.

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Admissions

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Mrs. Wilson's Halfway House


Our 18-bed residential program has a variable length of stay clinically determined by the treatment team; on average, the stay is 6- 8 months. There are three main components of the treatment program:

Counseling

Counseling


Each resident receives individual and group counseling to address the issues that contribute to or stem from her addiction, as well as psycho-education about the disease of addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Family members and significant others are also invited to participate in family and couples counseling.

Life Skills

Life Skills


Developing responsibility and improving self-esteem are goals underlying each woman's treatment plan. The life skills component of the halfway house program focuses on education on financial management, job search techniques, interviewing and job skills training when appropriate.

Each resident is expected to find and maintain full-time employment in the community after the 3-week orientation period. She must contribute to residency fees, perform household chores, help with cooking for herself and other residents, and participate in governing of the household.

12-Step

12-Step Groups


The principles of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12- step model form a basis of Mrs. Wilson's recovery plan.

All residents are encouraged to become active in the local 12- step community.

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