Adult Residential

NOVA operates two adult residential treatment programs that serve males and females 19 years of age and older. The length of stay for each program is determined through ongoing assessment on an individualized basis. The programs are:

Adult Therapeutic Community

The Adult Therapeutic Community is a long-term program serving individuals diagnosed with substance use disorders and personality disorders. The typical length of stay for the Adult Therapeutic Community is approximately four to six months.

Adult Short-Term Residential

The Adult Short-Term Residential Program serves individuals diagnosed with co-occurring mental illness and substance dependence. The typical length of stay for the Short-Term Residential Program is approximately 30 days.

Adult Programs Include:

  • Daily Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy and Family Support Group
  • Daily Independent Living Skill Building
  • Vocational/Employment Services
  • Drug Education
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Peer Support Services
  • Yoga
  • Pet Therapy
  • Onsite Nurse

At NOVA, the following persons receive preference and admission priority:

  • Pregnant injecting drug users
  • Other pregnant substance users
  • Other injecting drug users
  • Women with dependent children