As you or your loved one progress through the recovery process and nears the end of treatment, theJNC has a dedicated Discharge Case Manager that will begin working with you in week 2 to make surethere is a solid plan in place by the time the residential program is completed. The Discharge CaseManager will help […]
Yes. We welcome family members as an integral part of the recovery process. We have a specific daythat every client will be involved in that is dedicated to the client’s family and/or healthy supports. Thisday is filled with education, communication exercises and healing of the family.
The safety and security of our clients is paramount. The home is staffed 24/7/365 by ResidentAssistant’s whose responsibility is to assure that everyone in our care is in a safe and secure space. Ourstaff is an awake, 24/7 staff, always available to the clients.
Once you have been admitted into the 28-day residential treatment program, you will not leave thefacility unless it is part of programming.
The Jackie Nitschke Center has a list of medications that have been approved by a medical directoroverseeing our facility. During your pre-admission screening, our Admissions Coordinator will determineif your medications are allowed to be consumed while in the program. Prescription and over-the-counter medications must be ordered by a physician and are securely stored and will […]
Yes! Currently, cigarettes and chewing tobacco are allowed. These items must be sealed uponadmission. Vapes or e-cigarettes are prohibited.
Electronic devices are not allowed to be brought into the residential treatment program. There arefacility phones provided to you to call your loved ones daily. Click here to see our packing list for moreinformation.
Currently, pets are not allowed on campus. You are welcome to bring a photo of your furry friend ifyou’d like!
A person remains extremely busy while in our program. From 6am to 10pm the day could be scheduledwith treatment programming, community support meetings, activities, yoga, physical fitness at the Y,free time, study time, etc.
We believe in the use of Evidence Based Practices as being the foundation of our clinical services.Evidence Based Practices are skills, techniques, and strategies that have been proven to work throughexperimental research studies or large-scale research field studies. We utilize the Matrix Model andSeeking Safety in our programming.