TWTC offers outpatient programs for women who have completed residential treatment or who need a less structured treatment environment. Outpatient treatment programs include Intensive Outpatient, Project Futures and Medication Assisted Treatment programs.
The Intensive Outpatient program includes up to 12 hours of weekly treatment and gender-specific group meetings that tackle critical subjects such as drug education, relapse prevention, family reconciliation, women’s issues, stress and anger management, building self-esteem, health education, parenting skills, aftercare planning, job readiness and time and money management.
Project Futures is an outpatient program for women with infants and young children who are in danger of losing custody of their children to the Department of Children & Family Services because of their substance abuse. Transportation assistance is provided for women in this program.
The Medication Assisted Treatment program is for women diagnosed with heroin and other opiate dependencies. Women are given Methadone as an adjunct therapy for treatment intervention. Services include regular appointments with a physician along with the outpatient groups detailed above.