The Escalade Recovery Foundation is a residential treatment center for alcoholics, ex-addicts and people in recovery. The residential treatment center offers bo…
The Escalade Recovery Foundation is a residential treatment center for alcoholics, ex-addicts and people in recovery. The residential treatment center offers both short-term residential treatment programs and long-term supportive care programs. The transitional living home provides the client with a home to live during the transitional stage of their treatment. The residential alcohol rehab programs are designed around the theory that there are two stages of addiction: acute and chronic. The transitional home offers the client the opportunity to enter the first stage of recovery while still in their home, at the end of which they can make a decision to move to an inpatient transitional living facility or an outpatient transitional living facility.
The residential treatment program focuses on providing intensive one on one treatment as well as group therapy and counseling. The transition period offers the client the opportunity to take responsibility for their health and wellness through education and encouragement. The transitional living home provides the individual the opportunity to live an active and productive life. The residential treatment program is managed by licensed social workers who provide therapy, guidance and help to individuals through every step of their recovery. The trained staffs of the Sober Living Facility offer the clients with the highest quality care and compassionate service.
The Foundation was established in 1992 by the California Alcoholic Beverage Commission (CA BEcc). The mission of the foundation is to build a community of support, education and representation for alcoholics, ex-addicts and anyone else seeking help in the path of recovery. The Foundation is one of the most important alcohol treatment facilities in the nation. The foundation works closely with local and state agencies, focusing on improving quality of life through education, prevention, early intervention, treatment and follow up. The Sober Living Facility is proud to partner with the following organizations: The American Council on Alcoholism, The National Association of Drug Addiction counselors, The National Council on Homelessness and the National Council on Social Service.