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At the conclusion of the assessment at the Central Intake Unit and it is determined that the client's treatment needs encompass residential treatment, individuals referred to the residential substance abuse treatment program and are placed in either residential Level 2 (56 beds) or level 4 (31 beds) treatment services.
These services are provided on a 24-hour/7-day week basis and include but are not limited to individual, group, and family therapy, psychological services, educational and vocational instruction, as well as, other ancillary services.
For more information, contact:
Central Intake Unit
3140 NW 76 Street
Miami, Florida 33147
A component of the residential treatment program that is geared to the homeless substance abuser is the Stop Program; this is an acronym for Specialized Transitional Opportunity Program. This six month program provides twelve residential treatment beds serving both male and female individuals. This is an integral part of the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust continuum.
Intensive Day/ Night Program
This component is a ten bed residential substance abuse treatment program designed to provide substance abuse treatment services to a female population who has been court ordered or determined to be high risk for criminal behavior as a result of their addiction.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Thu May 2, 2013 9:24:02 AM
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