Women and Children's Residential Program

Helping Mothers on the Path to Recovery

SouthLight’s residential program provides treatment for women who are pregnant and women with children ages 3 months to 11 years old. Each woman who comes into the program receives treatment for substance use and/or mental health disorder.

Entrance into the program demonstrates the mother’s first step to addressing substance use, and her commitment to her journey of sustained recovery and being a better parent.

About the Program

SouthLight’s Women and Children’s Residential Program works with women to increase awareness, accountability, and empowerment in a safe, recovery-oriented environment to provide the foundation for long-term self-sufficiency.

After 10 years of substance use, a single mother gains life skills and a new job after a 9-month residential treatment program. Read more of this success story.

What’s Provided

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“I arrived at SouthLight September of 2017 with my 2-year-old son (who I LOVE DEARLY) certain of one thing…I could not continue to live my life the way I had been. While at SouthLight I was able to focus on learning the necessary skills needed to be successful in recovery. Three years later I am still implementing the skills I learned in group. With the foundation in recovery I took when I graduated, I have been able to successfully gain and maintain employment with a livable wage or higher, secure housing and become the mother, daughter and sister my family deserves❤️. ”

SouthLight Client

Pregnant Women of the Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant – In accordance with 45 CFR §96.131, Treatment Services for Pregnant Women of the Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment Block Grant, pregnant women are given preference in admissions to this program/facility. Priority admission is as follows: (1) Pregnant women using substances intravenously, (2) Pregnant women with a substance use disorder, (3) Women using substances intravenously, (4) All others.