Programs

Substance Use Residential Treatment - Men

Ebony House Inc.'s Men's Level II 14 bed Residential Treatment Program seeks to provide a gender specific program to adult men, eighteen years of age and older, that demonstrates an diverse system of intensive treatment based on American Society of Addiction Medicine Criteria (ASAM); with an expected length of stay determined by individual assessment and ASAM standards. Ebony House follows the guidelines established by Arizona Department of Behavioral Health Services.

Substance Use Residential Treatment Services - Women

Ebony House Inc.'s Level II women's residential treatment program, Elba House, a 10 bed gender specific program, is a specialty facility for pregnant and/or parenting women & their dependent children, which can also accommodate six (6) children under the age of 10, who reside in treatment with their parent. A 24-hour, 7 day a week therapeutic milieu for clients and their dependent children; the Elba House intensive treatment structure is based on ASAM Criteria, and with an expected length of stay based upon each individual's assessment and the ASAM standards. Ebony House Residential Treatment Programs are 24 hour 365 day facilities with round the clock on-site supervision.

Outpatient Services for Adults

Outpatient services target individuals who have experienced mild to moderate impairment in their family and social relationships; and/or experience employment and educational concerns related to substance use and behavioral disorders.

The program uses formal cognitive-behavioral structured curriculums that embrace Motivational Interviewing to treat behavioral issues. Group topics, such as Grief and Loss, Stress and Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Abuse Treatment, Anger Management, and Conduct Disorder Management are just some of the specialty curriculums provided.

Participants are provided either standard or intensive outpatient services as indicated by assessment and plan of service. Relapse prevention and peer support services are also available.

Supported Housing for Adults

No cost housing is available to consumers who have successfully completed residential treatment; but are not yet ready for transitional living. Participants are required to work, attend school, or volunteer their services as they regain their place in society.

Youth Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

Ebony House, Inc. (EHI) provides individualized therapeutic guidance and direction to children who need to adjust and stabilize behaviors that negatively affect relationships with parents, caregivers, siblings, and peers.

The treatment milieu includes home-based or other off-site interventions; psychiatric assessment and medication monitoring; parent/family advocacy, public education and collaborative linkage with the court system,. Program goals include stabilizing behaviors, avoiding delinquency, and achieving success in school and/or the workplace.

Parent Aide Services

Parent Aide services collaborate with the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS) in an effort to reunify families. Our Parent Aide program is designed to enhance the parenting skills and abilities of parents/caregivers whose children are involved in DCS.

Trained Parent Aides provide supervision of visitation between children and their parents/guardians or care givers. Participants receive individualized services that include: parenting skills, behavior modification, education on child development, and appropriate discipline techniques. Consumers are connected to community resources and supports in order to help sustain the family.

HIV / AIDS / STD Outreach / Prevention Services

Trained health educators and staff focus their efforts on community high risk populations. Our team works to improve the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS by providing; one-on-one behavioral interventions, peer-led support groups, health education & risk reduction and comprehensive Medical and Non-Medical Case Management services.

Our team of highly respected HIV advocates, educators and staff are trained on Rapid HIV testing and mobilized to provide confidential testing in various locations at no cost to individuals in the community.