Care for Every Person At Every Level, Every Day
Dimock’s Behavioral Health Services are a key part of Dimock’s commitment to healing the whole person, mind and body. We welcome individuals and families of all ages, and even offer a pediatric behavioral health program.
Where Care is Not Just a Word, It’s a Commitment
Dimock offers a full spectrum of substance use treatment services right here on our nine-acre campus. Here, we work as a team to treat and support clients throughout the recovery process. Our clinical teams work together to ensure each client receives safe, medication-assisted withdrawal, counseling, case management, and support within a respectful environment.
Our detox services have served the community for more than 40 years and admit more than 4,000 clients each year.
“On a very basic level, Dimock saved my life. It’s given me peace of mind. It’s given me me back.”
– Jerrall, former resident of John Flowers Recovery Home
– Outpatient Addiction & Recovery Services
– Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders
– Adult Mental Health Services
– Child and Adolescent Outpatient Counseling Services
Our Emergency Shelter Program, The Mary Eliza Mahoney House, houses residents for up to 120 days while we help them navigate the search for secure housing and other programs.
Our Acute Treatment Services (ATS) is a 39-bed, medically monitored detox unit for alcohol and opioid use disorders located right on campus. Clients stay with us for 14 days and then are referred on to a less intensive level of care for further treatment.
– Women’s Renewal – Clinical Stabilization Services – Intensive care for 1-4 weeks
– My Sister’s House – Longer-term residential and supportive care for women
– John Flowers Recovery Home – Longer-term residential and supportive care for men
– Askia Academy – Longer-term healing community for men in ongoing recovery with a dual diagnosis of substance use and a co-occurring mental disorder
– Ruth Kelley Ummi’s House – Housing and intensive care management for women and children