Inpatient and Outpatient Drug Treatment Programs
Individualized treatment plans provide a plan for each participant.
ELIMINATING HEALTH DISPARITIES
All treatment plans will address health issues.
Micah House works closely with spiritual leaders to provide clients access to various venues of worship.
Each week Micah House teachs on the strength from with in; and the importance of reaching inside and realizing the power that exist on the inside of us all
The Micah House will utilize an urban model of relapse prevention services to prevent relapse into both alcohol and drug use and criminal behavior. The program helps participants to identify specific triggers that have in the past lead to their continue addictive-use and criminal behavior.
Living Skills Lectures Include: Health Education, Cooking/Housekeeping, Hygiene, and helping those less fortunate. Recreational activities include: Sober dance events, pool tournaments, sports, dining and theater events. Community activities include: feeding the homeless, snow removal/ lawn care for the elderly and partnering up with other neighborhood groups that are fighting the same fight, such as The Mad Dads Program.
EXPANSION EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
Clients are given support and assistance in resume writing and job seeking assistance.
COMPUTER LITERACY PROGRAM
Many men who have experienced chemical dependency have not had exposure or training in basic computer skills. This has left them behind in both the job market and in their ability to provide assistance to their children in school. All residents will schedule individual training time to learn basic computer skills that will include Internet access and basic word processing skills to increase computer skills for employment.
The program’s target population is Adult males, 18 to 65 in age, who are chemically dependent adults
or who would benefit from and Afrocentric, urban treatment experience. The demographic area of referrals is from Minneapolis metropolitan area.
The goal is to provide a safe and sober treatment experience for clients of Victory Through Faith Recovery Services.