Residential Programs

Adult Residential Treatment

The primary goal of Kairos Healthcare’s Adult Residential Program is to provide safe and supportive services for those seeking recovery from substance use disorders. Kairos Healthcare treats the whole person by emphasizing the client’s strengths, skills and supports. Depression, anxiety, trauma and social functioning are examples of issues addressed during Kairos’s comprehensive treatment model. Kairos staff works closely with referral sources, family supports and outpatient providers to assure that supports are in place when transitioning into their home communities.

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Services

Behavior Stabilization
Group Treatment (for teens 12-17 years old)

  • TF-CBT
  • Life Skills
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Mental Health Services
  • Educational Services
  • Individual Therapy

Transition
(for boys 13 years and older)

  • Educational Support
  • Life Skills
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Counseling/Therapy

Sex Offender/Reactive Treatment
(for boys 12-17 years old)

  • TF-CBT
  • Cycle Work
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Anger Management

Transitional Group Home

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KING HOUSE
The transitional program is located in a residential community and provides two separate treatment options. The first option is designed for first time out-of-home placements, the second being for youths transitioning from a more secure residential program into a less restrictive community based program. In this program the students have multiple opportunities for continuing their education: Mt. Clemens High School, Clinton Dale Adult Education and Macomb County Community College. Students can work toward a High School Diploma or receive a GED. Through our relationships with local businesses we are able to provide our clients with valuable work experiences. Through individual, group and family counseling these young men learn to apply the skills they learned during residential treatment. For complete program description click here.

Stabilization Group Treatment

ST. VINCENT HOME (A/N-Male)
This program is designed to prepare young men for permanency. Offered at St. Vincent Home in Saginaw, this is a short-term residential program that provides strength based life strategies to acquire emotional, behavioral, relational and educational stabilization. Individual group and family counseling/parent education, medical mental health and substance abuse services are available on-site and in the community. For complete program description click here.

ST. VINCENT HOME (A/N-Female)
Hope Hall provides behavior stabilization through a structured, therapeutic environment in which girls are aided in identifying, practicing and processing healthy alternative behaviors. Services include mental health, trauma, substance abuse and sexually reactive individual counseling, group therapy, family education and counseling services. Individual relapse prevention and aftercare plans are developed in preparation for a successful transition back into the community. For complete program description click here.

Mental Health/Behavioral Stabilization

group counseling

BOWMAN HOUSE (N/A-Female)
Appropriate for female neglect/abuse youths between the ages of 12-17 with mental/behavioral health needs. Treatment services include individual, group and family therapy, and psychiatric services as required. Individual therapy is conducted by a specially trained and licensed therapist. Youths attend an on-grounds school supported by the local school district. For complete program description click here.

Sex Offender Treatment

ST. VINCENT (JJ-Male)
This program, offered at two locations is designed for male youths between the ages of 13-17, who have been adjudicated for a sexual offense and/or who have a history of sexually reactive behavior. The treatment model includes group and family therapy by clinicians especially trained in sexual offender treatment. Youths attend an on grounds school supported by the local school district. Family therapy includes case management services in the community to make sure that both the youth and family have the supports they need to increase the likelihood of successful community reintegration. For complete program description click here.

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Substance Abuse Services

PROVIDED THROUGH OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH KAIROS HEALTHCARE

www.kairoshealthcare.org

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AND PROGRAM LOCATIONS,
CONTACT OUR ADMISSIONS OFFICE AT (877) 424-6825 OR
Or
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HCCS NETWORK OF SERVICES IS OFFERED THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF MICHIGAN TO ALL YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES.