Wellcome Manor Family Services (WMFS) is a substance abuse treatment center for women where the opportunity exists for them to bring their children. A women’s recovery place where your children can stay with you.
“The mission of Wellcome Manor Family Services is to empower women who are chemically dependent to achieve freedom from addiction while rebuilding their family relationships.”
Why Wellcome Manor?
- experience in helping people recover from alcohol and drug addiction
- individualized programs for women
- expertise in treating addiction and mental health issues that accompany this disease
- programs, resources and services for alumni and families that support lifelong recovery
- educational programs and resources for families and parents
Wellcome Manor is committed to protecting the privacy of people who participate in its programs and abides by all applicable federal and state laws that protect such confidentiality.
FAQs about Wellcome Manor Programs:
All clients enter into Phase I upon admission to Wellcome Manor Family Services. This is high intensity treatment consisting of over 40 hours of programming per week. Chemical dependency issues, mental health issues, and parenting issues are assessed and addressed. Treatment is individualized to meet the client’s distinctive needs. Typical duration of Phase I is 60 to 120 days.
Is for clients who have completed Phase I of WMFS program and need longer term treatment. Clients begin to integrate and utilize community services as well as continue to address issues identified in Phase I. This is especially beneficial for clients locating or relocating to the Mankato area. This is medium intensity treatment. Internal programming includes over 20 hours per week while access to community programming includes over 9 hours per week. Duration may be 30 to 90 days. Weekend and day passes are considered on therapeutic merit only. You may have a vehicle in Phase II and are able to research school or employment but programming does not allow enrolling in these activities. Space is limited in the Phase II program.
WMFS no longer offers a Halfway House program. We work extensively with low intensity programs and transitional housing agencies to find appropriate and supportive housing for clients completing the WMFS program.
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- DBT Based Treatment Model
- On-Site Licensed Daycare
- Parenting Education
- Family Programming
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
- Psychological Assessment and Therapy
- 12-Step Education
- Multi-Faceted Educational Groups
- Health assessments completed by on-staff Registered Nurse
- Women Issues Groups
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Expression through many forms of art
- Medication Management
- Group Therapy Sessions
- Individual Therapy Sessions
For Family Members
Family participation is extremely important to the success of recovery. We strongly urge you to participate in your family member’s treatment program.
Family programming is Wednesday’s 1:00 PM – 3:30PM. Visitors may stay until 8:00 PM if they participated in family programming.
This is not a regular visiting day; people must participate in family programming and then may stay after to visit. Any items family/visitors wish to bring for a patient (i.e. cigarettes, personal items, etc.) MUST be pre-approved by a counselor prior to delivering them.
Any unapproved items will be sent back with the visitor.