Referrals & Admittance
Reflections Halfway House is a 6-month program for women recovering from substance abuse.
YWCA Enid’s Reflections Halfway House is a residential program providing support services to low-income women, with dependent children, who have recently completed drug and alcohol treatment. The safe and supportive environment of a Halfway House facility provides a wide range of assistance including improvement in client education and employability levels.
The REFLECTIONS program is one of three Halfway House programs in Oklahoma that serve recovering women and their children. A key issue of treatment includes supporting the healing process for the entire family. YWCA Enid’s Halfway House is certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) and fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Trained, qualified and caring counselors and staff provide support and assist clients in developing their treatment plans.
Referrals are accepted from a variety of sources including, but not limited to: treatment centers, the Department of Human Services, doctors, and hospitals. Self referrals are accepted in some circumstances.
How long do clients stay?
The client stay varies with the individual client and progress. REFLECTIONS recommends no less than sixth months to permit clients to work on their treatment plans/goals and develop a solid base of sobriety.