Addictions Recovery for Parenting Women

A treatment option for pregnant women and mothers with children

Family-Focused Residential Treatment for Mothers with Children

VOA's Addiction Recovery for Parenting Women program (Options for Recovery) focuses on helping mothers recover from Substance Use Disorder and have healthy children. The Recovery for Parenting Women program serves pregnant women and mothers struggling with addiction.

This program uniquely allows mothers and children to remain together during treatment. 

Our residential treatment provides 24/7 support to clients. During your stay, you will receive services tailored to your goals.

This program works collaboratively with Child Protective Services and is accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

  • We are able to help with

    • Addiction Treatment
    • Mental Health Treatment
    • Parenting Skills Development
    • Connection with Housing
    • Planning for Aftercare
    • Family and Couples Counseling
    • Connection to Community Resources
    • Medication Assisted Treatment
    • Connection to Medical and Psychiatric Care
    • Court Advocacy
      • DCS/Family Court
      • Criminal Court

  • All staff are trained in

    • Trauma-informed Care
    • Gender Responsive Care
    • Motivational Interviewing
    • Warning Signs of Abuse
    • Crib Safety
    • Age-appropriate Activities for Children

Steps to Apply

In order to get into the program, a prospective client first needs to contact the Adult System of Care (SOC): 3321 Power Inn Road, Suite 120 Sacramento, CA 95826.

The SOC will conduct an AOD assessment and determine county eligibility as well as help determine level of care for a client. If the client is in need of Peri-natal Residential treatment, they are referred to a Sacramento County ADS Intake Coordinator located at WellSpace/Strategies for Change South Williamsbourgh Drive, Sacramento, CA 95823. You can contact them directly at (916) 395-3552 ext 3272. The Intake Coordinator will schedule an intake as well as a Mental Health Screening, place the client on our wait list, or place the client in beginner's group for Interim Services and/or further assessment.

For women with children, Volunteers of America offers residential recovery services for up to 90 days.