Farrell’s residential program is a level 3.7 medically monitored intensive inpatient program for men with primary substance use disorders. At Farrell, clients engage in 30+ hours of treatment per week in a 24-hour setting, staffed by clinicians, nurses and prescribers, peer support specialists, and recovery care managers. Farrell’s residential program serves men who primarily struggle with addiction, but also have mental health or medical needs. During their stay, clients participate in small groups with clinicians, nursing services, psychiatric evaluations, individual therapy, and other specialized groups and have the option of receiving medication assisted treatment. Farrell’s inpatient residents also have access to therapeutic groups and activities that facilitate healing and recovery in a judgement-free zone.
You may qualify for residential care at Farrell if:
In general, most clients entering the program are referred by Withdrawal Management (detox) or a hospital (medical or psychiatric admission).
If you think you qualify for care or have questions about eligibility, please contact us.