Miracle House is a residential 90 day treatment program in Ventura, CA serving chemically dependent women. The first 30 days is an intensive residential treatment program followed by 60 days of work re-entry. Miracle House is a caring a loving home environment focused on providing high-quality, professional residential recovery services.
Fees are based on a sliding scale according to income, cost-effective, and manageable. Recovery services are provided by a multidisciplinary team trained in contemporary drug and alcohol treatment.
Miracle house provides 1) education regarding drug addiction ad alcoholism as a disease, 2) individual on-on-one personal counseling, 3) sober and clean living environment, 4) family recovery group, 5) relapse prevention, 6) possible graduating living environments, 7) 12-step meetings weekly, 8) case management through licensed therapist, 9) education on various topics based on need, and 10) group processing. Possible education could be depression, anger management, abuse, etc. The main focus for the client should be the recovery from drug or alcohol addition, however.
Miracle Recovery Centers
Miracle Recovery Centers provide comprehensive treatment programs and recovery services to the individuals with a primary diagnosis of alcoholism and/ or substance abuse. Our Programs deliver an integrated system of treatment services. Our primary goal is to facilitate recovery from addiction and re-entry of our clients into the community.
This is a cutting edge treatment program integrating traditional treatment modalities with therapeutic interventions for dually diagnosed clients.
In order to provide a more appropriate comprehensive treatment of those problems found in dually diagnosed clients, the Miracles for Moms Program has added new components to existing treatment.
Assessment: A multi axial assessment is completed, using three reliable testing instruments: Addiction Severity Index, Trauma Symptom Inventory and a scale for Lifetime Difficulties. A life and target problem history is then used to identify the target treatment problem.
Stabilization: A rapid stabilization plan that resolves interactive problems related to withdrawal and unmanageable behaviors are addressed through crisis intervention strategies.
Diagnostic presentation: Therapeutic leverage is used to dismantle denial and to achieve a commitment to treatment.
Therapeutic Intervention: Individualized treatment plans may include a variety of interventions for changing that which drives the target disorder: cognitive therapy for addressing irrational thoughts; affective therapy for addressing unmanageable feelings; behavioral therapy for addressing self-defeating behaviors; and social/ situational therapy for addressing lifestyle factors.
Client Education: Clients are educated about their target disorders (chemical dependency, mood disorders, trauma, adjustment disorders, etc.)
Recovery Referrals: Appropriate structured recovery programs are identified and explained to the client. A special referral is made to such groups as Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, and Family Therapy.
Self Management: Strategies for managing irrational thoughts, unmanageable feelings and self-defeating behaviors are developed and practiced. Lifestyle problems related to work and social functioning are identified, using motivational counseling and support for lifestyle change.
Relapse Prevention: The client is taught situational, behavioral, cognitive and affective management strategies.