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The Family Treatment Services offers a continuum of care for women wanting help with their alcohol/drug addiction. We provide residential and outpatient substance use treatment that addresses the special needs of women including support for their children. As women move out of residential treatment, they are supported with housing that continues to help them in recovery by rebuilding relationships with children and loved ones and supporting educational/professional goals that lead to self-sufficiency.
Women’s Way is a place for building a sense of safety and stability so that women can determine their recovery goals. Women’s Way is a residential and outpatient treatment program for women seeking gender responsive substance use treatment within an environment that is sensitive to their spiritual, physical, cultural and emotional needs.
Women’s Way residential provides:
The Outpatient treatment program offers a full continuum of care for women either being assessed to enter directly into Outpatient treatment or who are transitioning from a residential treatment program back into the community.
The full continuum of care includes:
Ke Ola Pono
Ke Ola Pono provides opportunities for women to practice their newly learned recovery skills while still providing safety, stability and structure. Ke Ola Pono is a supportive living program for women with children under the age of 10 years old. This living environment is developed specifically for women in early recovery and promotes their development of recovery skills, rebuilding of family connections and transition into independent housing.
Program services include daily living skill building, case management, educational classes on vocational/educational skills, parenting and health, and access to the ‘Ohana Center for family supportive services.
Women interested in living at Ke Ola Pono need to be in outpatient treatment or have successfully completed a substance use treatment program within the past 6 months.
Ka ‘Ohu Hou O Manoa Transitional Housing
Ka ‘Ohu Hou O Manoa is a clean and sober transitional home for women who are currently in outpatient treatment or who have successfully completed a treatment program within the past 12 months. This program provides women with much needed time in order to build their employment skills and financial stability to move into their own independent, permanent housing.
Women could reside at Ka ‘Ohu Hou O Manoa as an individual or with up to three of their children. The oldest age for female children is 12 years old and the oldest age for male children is 10 years old due to the community nature of this housing program. Residents are required to participate in case management, weekly ‘Ohana house meetings, regular pro-social activities, daily living activities and employment (if not employed, then the resident can meet this requirement through volunteer service, education or treatment hours).
‘Ohana Center: Infant Mental Health and Family Services Program
The ‘Ohana Center is a place for families to reunite, heal and grow together! Participants in Women’s Way, Ke Ola Pono and Ka ‘Ohu Hou O Manoa are eligible for therapeutic services through the Center.
Services are available to women, children, partners and families and include:
The Commission on Accreditation on Rehabilitation Services (CARF) has accredited the following levels of FTS Integrated Substance Use Disorders/Mental Health treatment services: Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient Treatment, Services for Children and Youth, Case Management/Services Coordination and Community Housing. CARF accreditation signifies FTS’ commitment toward nationwide standards in the provision of quality treatment, outreach and housing services.
The Salvation Army FTS operates a 41-bed Special Treatment Facility license from the Department of Health Care Assurance and a 14-bed Therapeutic Living Program. In addition, FTS also holds a Clean and Sober Housing Registration with the Department of Health Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division for up to 36 beds.
Family Treatment Services receives funding from the following: