Las Amigas is a supportive residential substance use treatment program for women. Las Amigas uses a comprehensive treatment approach to meet the social, psychological and physical needs of the clients in a safe and supportive environment. Las Amigas is for women age 18 or older and specializes in care for women who are pregnant, recently gave birth or are parenting children while actively using alcohol or other drugs. Children up to the age of 6 may live with their mothers at Las Amigas.
Clients each receive an individual assessment and treatment plan which may include all or some of the following elements:
- Individual counseling
- Group and family therapy
- Life skills training
- Wellness support
- Parenting classes
- Smoking cessation classes
- Relapse prevention education
- Coordination with medical services and local early childhood education services for children
- Connection with community resources to promote continued sobriety after completion of Las Amigas program
CODAC’s professional staff work closely with the Department of Child Safety (DCS) and Family Drug Court.