Substance Use Disorders Treatment
Eva's Village operates a residential Substance Use Disorders Treatment program for women, with capacity for 36 individuals. This program provides comprehensive treatment with all the services and therapies needed to help individuals recover from addiction. The three-phase program is staffed by certified alcohol and drug counselors and supports the transition from addiction to a life of dignity and independence.
Services include comprehensive assessment, group and individual counseling, intensive education about addiction, family support, and on-site 12-step programs and other peer support services. All services are gender-specific and trauma-informed. Clients also receive resume and interview training through our Workforce Development program, and have access to additional programs and services throughout Eva's Village.
Within our Halfway House for Women, Eva's also has beds reserved for pregnant women who are opioid-addicted. These women are receive comprehensive care throughout their pregnancy, and following the child's birth, they can move into our Hope Residence for Mothers with Children to continue their recovery journey.
In 2017, over 82,000 New Jersey residents were admitted to a treatment program for substance use disorders. As compared to other providers in NJ, Eva's Village recovery programs consistently outperform the state average in the percentage of clients successfully completing treatment plans.