The Vision House is a 16 bed transitional living program for women in recovery focused on helping women in treatment relearn or re-establish healthy functioning, skills, and values, as well as to regain physical and emotional health. Our treatment program provides individuals the opportunity to progress in treatment by meeting specific goals through individual counseling, day treatment, group therapy, relapse prevention, and community support. Clinically-managed interventions are directed by certified treatment professionals trained in gender specific and culturally sensitive treatment services to address consumer’s individualized needs to develop and apply recovery skills
Services facilitate consumer reintegration into the general community through a focus on the development and enhancement of Life Skills (including budgeting, interviewing, and good work practices), the development of problems solving skills and interpersonal skills, and the application of principles to effect personal change in thinking, attitude, and actions.
We offer the following specialized services:
- Medication Assisted Recovery
- Access to basic medical care
- Dual-Diagnosis/Co-Occurring Disorder
- Psychiatric and psychological services
- Trauma-informed care
- Living/Coping Skills Education
- Employment Services (IPS)
- Case Management
All Gibson Center services take a team-oriented approach to a person’s care and recovery. Treatment team members include the consumer, clinical supervisor, substance use counselor, mental health counselor, community support staff, employment specialist, nursing, direct care staff, and referral source.
Length of stay is up to 90 days and is determined by the needs of the consumer and recommendation by the treatment team.
Financial assistance is available for Missouri Residents. For out of state residents, we accept private insurance or negotiated private pay.
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