Gosnold at Cataumet: Residential Rehabilitation for Men and Women
Gosnold at Cataumet is a 40 bed residential facility providing acute rehabilitation services for drug and alcohol and personalized to meet each patients needs. The Cataumet program utilizes a variety of different treatment modalities designed to make the treatment experience enriching and educational. Gosnold understands every case is different and treatment for drug and alcohol use should be tailored to meet the individual where they are in their recovery process. By providing a multi-disciplinary team to oversee treatment this offers customized treatment plans and guidance throughout the course of their stay.
Residential Program for Men
Located in a Victorian Manor in Falmouth, The Miller House offers extended care and residential living for men with substance use disorder. Services include individual counseling, group therapy, recovery management strategies, life skills training, addiction education, relapse prevention, recreational activities, and twelve-step and recovery support meetings—all of which actively support re-integration with a patient’s family, social and work environment. The length of stay ranges from 6 to 10 weeks.
Inpatient Residential Care for Women, Pregnant and Post-Partum Women
Located in historic West Falmouth, Emerson house offers Inpatient Residential Care for women with substance use disorder. The length of stay is individually determined, with an average stay of 6 to 10 weeks for adult women, and six months to one year for pregnant or post-partum women. Services include individual counseling, group therapy, educational sessions, fitness and meditation, special issues group, art therapy, fitness, equine facilitated learning, and a variety of other resources designed to develop recovery skills that support re-integration with a patient’s family, social and work environment.
Pregnant women and mothers with infants reside in a home adjacent to the Main House. The program coordinates prenatal, delivery, and well baby.
Long-term sober living for men and women
The transition from inpatient treatment to independent living is a critical part of Gosnold’s continuum of care. The Gosnold Recovery Residences (sober houses) provide a supportive environment for patients who require a structured transition from inpatient rehabilitation care to independent living. Located in the comfortable settings on Cape Cod, these facilities are staffed by experienced managers who help residents develop recovery skills in a safe and positive environment. Integration with 12-step programs and participation in recovery socialization activities combine with the healing atmosphere of Cape Cod to create a solid foundation for lasting recovery.