Sara's House is an intensive residential treatment program for women, including pregnant women and women with children. Our program can accommodate children 0-5 ½ years of age and the number of children residing with each mother is determined on a case-by-case basis. An on-site children's program is provided to meet the special needs of the children while their mothers attend classes and counseling sessions. This program is designed to address specific women's issues on the path to recovery. ADACCV treatment programs actively encourage family participation and involvement in the client's treatment and recovery process.
Must be a Texas resident
Females can be pregnant, or can be women with children with no more than two children not over the age of 6
If placement is through Texas Department of State Health Services (TX DSHS) funding, clients must meet DSM IV Chemical Dependency criteria and income eligibility guidelines. Some persons with limited income may qualify for sliding scale fee for services.
Physical & TB Test are required prior to admission.
Copy of Substance Abuse Evaluation (SAE) if applicable.
Self-pay fees: Female Residential Treatment - Sara's House
$145 per day - average 45 days - payment up front total $6,525
Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Some persons may qualify for State of Texas funding and we accept Medicaid. However, if persons do not qualify for state funded treatment or do not have Medicaid benefits, ADACCV offers a "self-pay" program. This method of payment allows anyone to receive quality treatment at a very affordable cost. Self-Pay payments are required up front and there are no refunds for self-pay treatment costs.
While in treatment at our residential facilities, most clients experience no "out-of-pocket" expenses. Both treatment programs are full-time, live-in programs where food and housing are included.
No information will be released about clients unless the client has signed a release of information for that person or entity. Each facility functions with additional rules and regulations in order to maintain structure, stability and efficient operation of the programs.