The Friendship House residential treatment program is an 80-bed facility for adult men and women. Individual and group counseling, alcohol and drug education, 12-step programs, and American Indian traditions are integrated into treatment. The individual in recovery confronts mental, emotional, and spiritual issues, and learns about the environmental factors that contribute to addictions. Residents develop new skills to replace self-destructive behaviors with a substance-free lifestyle.
The Friendship House American Indian Lodge is a residential program for women with their children birth to 5 years old. The Lodge provides a healthy and secure environment for the children of residents. Primary care of children is the responsibility of their mothers, which serves to establish family bonding and positive parental connection for both mother and child. On-site child supervision is provided during the women’s treatment hours. We understand that alcoholism and drug abuse creates dysfunction in families and our primary goal is to provide women with their children the counseling, education and support necessary for healing and recovery.