Clinical Outreach Alliances with Seabrook House
Clinical Outreach was created around the core belief that alcohol and drug rehab treatment needs to be a minimum of 4 – 5 weeks. An initiative that focuses on the treatment and recovery process from inpatient to aftercare, Clinical Outreach representatives work conjointly with aftercare providers in the community to assist Seabrook House patients upon their discharge of the inpatient treatment program.
Providers in the Clinical Outreach Network include: private practice psychologists and clinicians, licensed social workers, outpatient facilities, psychiatrists, psychiatric hospitals, and community based programs in the New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), Massachusetts (MA), Rhode Island (RI), Pennsylvania (PA), Delaware (DE) and Maryland (MD) regions.
To learn more about the Clinical Outreach Initiative, or to become a Clinical Outreach Alliance to Seabrook House and receive referrals as a part of our network, complete the application above or call 1-800-761-7575.
Pennsylvania (PA) Extended Care
Seabrook House West – Transitional Living Facility – provides a transitional living opportunity for up to 28 male residents recovering from alcoholism, chemical dependency and other compulsive disorders.The facility features high end accommodations and amenities typically found in 5 star bed and breakfast. The program provides a minimum 90 day, 3 phase step-down for independent living and immersion into a 12 step recovery process.
California (CA) Extended Care
Seabrook House is proud to be affiliated with New Directions For Women, a 30 bed residential program for women and women with children located in Costa Mesa, California (CA). Specializing in treating women who have a primary diagnosis of chemical dependency which is typically coupled with other co-occurring disorders such as mental health issues, trauma, sex addiction, family dysfunction and other addictive disorders. As a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3), NDFW is state licensed, certified and has assisted thousands of women and their families in entering their journey of recovery since 1977. Please contact toll free (800) 939-6636 or www.newdirectionsforwomen.org
Click below for the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book online.
Click below for Narcotics Anonymous literature online.