Pettigrew Emergency Shelter
Stephen Center’s HERO Program provides substance abuse treatment for low-income and homeless individuals. Services are also provided for those who are dually diagnosed with both substance abuse and mental illness. The HERO Program is a state-licensed, nationally accredited (CARF) facility utilizing evidence based practices and client focused care. Multiple levels of care include:
Long term residential care
Short term residential care
Non-residential intensive outpatient treatment
Non-residential outpatient treatment
Substance abuse evaluations
Levels of Care
Clients live in the John Hoich Center for Recovery to complete residential treatment followed by intensive outpatient treatment within a structured living environment that utilizes a “step down” system of addiction recovery.
Stephen Center provides non-residential outpatient services consisting of 6-8 weeks of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Costs are based on a sliding scale. Some Stephen Center residents in emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing qualify for services at no cost.
Intensive Outpatient Services
Stephen Center provides non-residential intensive outpatient services consisting of 12-16 weeks of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Costs are based on a sliding scale. Some Stephen Center residents in emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing qualify for services at no cost.
HERO Juvenile Intensive Outpatient Services
Provides non-residential intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment for juveniles ages 13 to 19. Treatment consists of group and individual co-occurring treatment. Cost is based on a sliding scale.
Permanent Supportive Housing Apartments
Single room occupancy plus one, two and three bedroom apartment rentals for individuals and families seeking to live in a supportive, sober-living community. Supportive services include case management and life skills education. Applicants must qualify at or below 30% of the area’s median income and provide verification of special needs status. Application fee and background check apply. Applicants must qualify under OHA regulations. Rents are based on 30%-40% of the applicants income. Please see Housing Coordinator for further details.