Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

High end sober home for women in a majestic, serene and private location.

Does Brady's Landing offer detox or medical treatment?

On the recommended continuum of care for substance abuse treatment, Brady’s Landing falls under the category of “aftercare” which does not include medical treatment.  We provide transitional housing for women and a program of support for those who have recently completed detox or rehab, or who need more time to strengthen their recovery program before transitioning back to their home environment.

Do you have treatment providers that you can recommend?

Absolutely!  We have a wealth of referral resources available – not only for our clients but for anyone who calls and needs help.  We work with several facilities that provide outpatient, inpatient, detox, and even other sober living homes.  This is to ensure the client gets the right treatment for their stage of addiction recovery. 

I have IOP (intensive outpatient) services to attend during the day. how does that work?

Most of our clients have recently completed residential inpatient treatment for alcohol and/or substance abuse and are ready to transition into the next phase of treatment wherein clients continue to participate in therapy at the treatment center during the day or on an “outpatient” basis.  We will facilitate  transportation to ensure continued attendance with outpatient services as well as any additional medical appointments, personal services, and routine trips for any incidentals.  If you need to schedule IOP or need a referral, we can take care of that for you as well.

What is a Recovery Coach?

Recovery Coaches assist those new in sobriety by teaching and reinforcing new, healthier behaviors.  They act as a sounding board – someone who is constantly focused on what is best for the client.  They accompany the client to appointments and recovery-related activities and help keep the client on track when encountering potential “triggers”.  They are available for calls, texts, emails, etc. when clients are experiencing cravings, urges and/or crises.  They employ different tactics with each client which may include motivational interviewing and other support strategies.

Confidentiality is important to me. How do you protect your clients' anonymity?

Many of our clients require a higher level of confidentiality and discretion.  We take specific measures to protect the identity of all guests.  Further, the residences at Brady’s Landing are tucked away off a private driveway and cannot be seen from any public street.  Our address is unpublished and we enforce a strict non-disclosure agreement with all clients.

Can you explain "high end sober home for women"?

Moving into a sober home after treatment is a critical stage of the addiction treatment continuum of care.  Temporarily communing with others in recovery has been shown to substantially decrease the potential for relapse.  Clients can solidify what they learned in treatment while supplementing with holistic healing techniques.  We say “for women” because clients need to know that they will be living with a group of like minded women who share similar life circumstances.  

Where Can I Get More Information?

The best way to have all your questions answered is to call us directly.  We are available 24/7 and promise to respond to any and all inquires within 24 hours, usually sooner.  We understand how difficult this process can be, and we will always treat you with dignity and respect.

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