Residential Treatment Services
Summit View Residential treatment services offers structured, organized treatment services in a 24 hour residential setting. These services adhere to defined policies, procedures, and services. Summit View’s residential services provide treatment to individuals with severe substance use disorder(s) that are typically accompanied by other functional limitations and challenges that require safe and stable living environments and 24 hour services. This level of care is needed for the individuals it serves in order for them to be able to develop, practice, and demonstrate the skills necessary for them to safely continue their recovery journey in a lower level of care.
Intensive Residential Program (IRT)
Intensive Residential Treatment is a structured, organized treatment service in a 24 hour residential setting.
Residential Dual Diagnosis Treatment (RDDT)
RDDT is program for adults who suffer from severe substance use disorder(s) along with chronic mental illness(s) as well as a history of felony criminal conduct.
Transitional Living exists to meet a need for people who have completed treatment in a structured living environment and need a housing solution that supports adapting to community living.