Typical Day

The Samaritan House is considered a low intensity residential program; therefore clients are allowed a certain degree of independence and opportunities to return to work and/or begin the process to fulfill career and life goals.

It is our belief that employment plays a crucial role in our client’s lives, as do other opportunities for personal growth such as career training, college and other educational pursuits. Therefore, clients are allowed independence to fulfill these possibilities during the day as long as they continue to fulfill the treatment requirements of our program.

There are three group therapy sessions each week that clients are required to attend, as well as a weekly individual counseling session per week. Group therapy sessions are held in the evenings, individual sessions are scheduled in accordance with the client’s schedule in mind. Clients are also offered the opportunity to utilize our career coordinator as needed.

The Samaritan House also offers several types wellness programs such as a membership to a fitness center and activities on campus such as basketball and volleyball.  

Three meals per day are included in all clients stay. 

Curfew is 11:00 p.m and clients are eligible for overnight passes after they have completed 30 days and are compliant to treatment.

Samaritan House offers a full range of support services in the treatment and recovery process based on evidence-based psychosocial treatment Interventions, including, intensive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) and the 12-Step Recovery Program. Specific services include, individual counseling, group counseling, family services & counseling, and job counseling, intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) and life skills counseling. 

Additionally, Sam House provides referrals for services in opiate maintenance therapy, mental health services, government health care programs and transitional housing.