Extended Treatment Services

Extended Treatment Services

At Willingway, it is our belief that some alcoholics and addicts have a better chance for lasting recovery if they are exposed to a longer period of time in treatment. We have created several extended treatment recovery homes throughout Statesboro to provide a supportive, structured environment where individuals can build the foundation needed for solid sobriety, as well as receive any additional clinical treatment they may require. Each residential program is distinctly different from the others. Since we know that our residents have varying clinical needs and levels of motivation, we go to great lengths to make sure the program selected is the right fit for the individual. 

Features of extended residential treatment include:

  • Gender specific programs
  • Family programs
  • Lengths of stay ranging from 90 days to 18 months
  • Varying levels of accountability and structure
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Opportunities to return to work and school
  • Life skills classes
  • Community service involvement
  • Budget and financial management instructions
  • Direct admissions when appropriate

Men’s Programs

Women’s Programs

Sober Living Environment (SLE)

SLE Programs are designed for men and women who have a high level of motivation in developing a sober lifestyle as well as enough willingness to live within the structure and guidelines of the program. With only a moderate level of accountability provided, individuals who demonstrate a continued positive attitude, motivation, and willingness, are able to earn privileges such as cell phones, vehicles, and family visits. Participants are required to obtain a job in order to be, at least in part, financially responsible for treatment.

Features of SLE include:

  • Tailored to meet individual needs both financial and clinical
  • Work is required to be financially responsible
  • Length of stay ranges from 90 days to 18 months
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