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Treatment & Recovery

Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services (STARS) strives to be a treatment program where you will feel comfortable sending your mother, father, sister, brother, daughter or son for substance abuse treatment. Whether in need of outpatient or residential treatment, a comfortable, safe environment is provided so they can heal and learn to manage their recovery.  

STARS, located in The Barbara & Larry Mullins Center, offers co-occurring capable substance use disorder treatment, for outpatient and residential levels of care. Our continuum of care serves acute patients needing a high-intensity level of care, to patients requiring less intensive intervention. We also offer other education and specific intervention services such as DUII education and rehabilitation, along with medication assisted recovery services through our clinics.

Outpatient Treatment Services

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We offer evidence-based, outpatient treatment services in support of co-occurring disorders such as mental health issues and substance use disorder for adults 18 and older.

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Residential Treatment Program

Concern and Caring for Patient

Our residential treatment program offers a safe, trauma-responsive environment. We understand that people come from all walks of life and that culture informs treatment and the path to recovery.

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Our Guiding Philosophy

We believe that people who are struggling with substance use disorder deserve to heal in a safe, warm, welcoming environment. We provide evidence-based practices and believe substance use disorder can be treated successfully. 

– Kelley Story, Director of Residential Treatment

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We strive to be the program of choice for patients, their family and our community.  

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Gender-Responsive Treatment

At Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services, we are committed to providing gender-responsive treatment. There is a tremendous social stigma attached to those who abuse alcohol or drugs or experience behavioral health issues. Shame and the fear of severe consequences, such as losing custody of children, loss of employment and other life-altering consequences. 

Healing requires that women and men live in an environment in which they can experience supportive, sustaining interactions with staff and each other, using a model of treatment that focuses on relationships. Men and women have different needs in the areas of self, relationships, sexuality and spirituality. It’s important to note the difference in the ways men and women deal with these issues and to address them in the ways that work best for each individual.

Groups in residential and intensive outpatient treatment are separately provided for women and men to optimize the opportunities for gender-responsive treatment. 
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Substance Use Disorder

An estimated 25,000 people in Samaritan’s service area suffer from substance addiction, according to the U.S. Substance and Mental Health Services Administration. Of those, only 10% will seek treatment. 

Samaritan is helping to address the need for treatment and recovery services in the mid-Valley. 

Samaritan Treatment & Recovery Services is open to anyone needing alcohol or drug rehabilitation. A personalized program and intensive treatment is available based on individual needs.

Recognizing that dependence is a chronic disease, treatment will consist of one-on-one therapy, group counseling, family education, peer support and case management. Patients will stay as long as they need to complete their treatment so they can return to their lives strongly engaged in their family and their community. 

The center is partnering with local health care providers, public and private agencies, community organizations and the 12-step community to help patients once they complete treatment. 

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