Health + Recovery

Health & Recovery Health + Recovery

For many, Victory Programs represents the last possibility for hope and the first chance for sustained success in their battles with substance use or illness. We provide individuals and their families with the education, tools, and ongoing support they need to help them regain their health, prevent and manage relapse, and maximize their independence.

Residential Recovery Programs

Our residential treatment programs are designed for men* and women* who have been diagnosed with substance use disorders, with the majority of clients also experiencing chronic health conditions (e.g. HIV/AIDS), mental health concerns, and homelessness.  All programs are 90 days with extensions up to 8 months.

All programs provide: 

      • Case management
      • Individual and group counseling
      • Congregate meals
      • Meditation, art therapy, recreational activities 
      • Referrals & linkages to pediatric and pre and postpartum care

Recovery Programs for Men: New Victories and Victory House.

New Joelyn’s Home: A recovery program for cisgender women and members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Shepherd House A recovery program where pregnant mothers and mothers with infants are given priority placement.

Other Recovery Services

Our specialized, short-term treatment programs are for individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder who have additional treatment needs. 

Each provides: 

      • Co-occurring enhanced services
      • Medical case management
      • Individual and group counseling
      • Housing search coordination
      • Intensive daily groups

Women’s Hope: A recovery program for women who are struggling with substance use and also with moderate to severe mental health issues.

LARC (Living and Recovery Community): A recovery program for people living with chronic health conditions, recovering from substance use disorders, and who have a history of chronic relapse. Many of the men and women served are also actively homeless.

Click here to access a detailed chart of programs.

* A client’s placement is based on gender identity and comfort, not necessarily their sex assigned at birth.