• IV drug users and individuals who are HIV positive are given priority on the waiting list
  • ​If you have questions about your rights, call 1-800-367-0955 to speak with an advocate
  • The Shoulder does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, race, gender, socioeconomic status, or HIV status
  • ​Clients are offered HIV screening and education 
  • Continuing care is offered as long as needed for former clients
  • Extended care is offered to give additional time in treatment for those who need it
  • Family educational groups meet twice per month
  • Random drug testing is conducted to ensure a safe environment for all our clients

​​​The Shoulder Low Intensity Residential Program is open to men ONLY

Things to Know

III.1 Low Intensity

Residential Program

Program Overview

The primary focus of The Shoulder's residential program is recovery from drug/alcohol abuse. Shoulder residents are required to work as part of the recovery process. We believe that being a working, contributing member of society helps our clients better assimilate to life after treatment and develops a sense of self and purpose.

While residing at The Shoulder, clients work with our Master's level counselors to develop a treatment plan designed to meet their individual needs. Clients are also required to participate in various treatment activities including: educational and process groups, 12-step meetings, spirituality groups, substance education meetings, and individual and family counseling sessions.