St. Vincent De Paul - Lift Program (mentally Ill) (prior Or Present Substance Abuse)
P.o. Box 24608
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Eugene, OR 97402
LIFT (Living Independently Following Treatment) provides permanent housing for 18 individuals/families annually. Participants have clinically assessed, co-occurring mental illnesses with addictions and are in recovery having received inpatient treatment. Currently, LIFT is serving eight individuals and ten families. The Goals of LIFT are to help program participants in three very important aspects of their lives: Provide permanent housing Provide an environment to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle Give the chance to achieve greater levels of self-determination In order to achieve this, the LIFT Program provides a wide array of support services to address the many barriers to the stability of an individual or family. These services include: Detoxification Admission into treatment Mental health services Family or couples counseling Childcare Financial/budget classes Job training Utility assistance Bus passes and phone services Help with drug prescription Renter's Rehabilitation program
Helpful Definitions For St. Vincent De Paul - Lift Program (mentally Ill) (prior Or Present Substance Abuse):
Drug And Alcohol Rehab programs are intended to treat alcohol and/or drug dependency. The cost of participating in one of these programs and the method of treatment range significantly. The database operated on this website only includes residential rehab programs (not outpatient programs). We also provide Access to Recovery (ATR) Grant programs for substance abuse treatment.
How To Volunteer at St. Vincent De Paul - Lift Program (mentally Ill) (prior Or Present Substance Abuse):
Be a volunteer. Call St. Vincent De Paul - Lift Program (mentally Ill) (prior Or Present Substance Abuse) at 541-687-5820 for current volunteer work opportunities.
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