Our Levels of Care2019-01-01T07:41:14+00:00


There are four levels of care at Rising Rods designed to build upon each other and transition or clients slowly into a joyful and productive life.   Our community is small and the staff is highly involved to maximize the time at Rising Roads.

  • Groups average six women at one time

  • Staff is almost exclusively women, all of which are dedicated to their own healing journey

  • Our goal is for women to gain valuable knowledge about themselves and how they relate to the world around them – and then create a new way of relating

If you have been referred to us you may have been referred to other programs as well and maybe researching several programs.  Programs often use the same terminology, however, the level of programming can differ greatly.  We would love to talk to you more in-depth about each one at Rising Roads and how it works.

Residential Extended Aftercare

This is the first step at Rising Roads and is a 90-day commitment.  The focus is on taking the trauma work you have done and taking it to a deeper level.  We also begin to look at next steps and create a plan with measurable and attainable milestones.

  • Individual, group, and family therapy

  • Residential licensed home by the State of California

  • Treating trauma through experiential therapeutic modalities

  • Learning practical life skills to thrive in life

Transitional Living with Clinical

Some of our ladies choose to stay an additional 90 days and move into our transitional living home.  Clients work with the same individual therapist and family therapy is continued with our family therapist.  Our transitional home is staffed with 24-hour awake staff.  At this point, clients are doing more outside of Rising Roads, either working or going to school.  They are engaged in our clinical programming, when their schedule allows, an average of 10 hours per week.

Supportive Living with Clinical

Supportive Living at Rising Roads is for the client who wants to continue to have the support of Rising Roads while still being supported by the team.  By this time clients have full-time jobs, a full load of school, or a combination of both.  The supportive living has a staff house mom and part-time support staff.  Clients are involved in 3-5 hours of clinical programming at this time.  

Outpatient Rise Up Program

The Rising Roads Program is a unique outpatient program.  Typically, programming for outpatient treatment is often repetitive for those who have been in primary treatment.  Our Rise Up Outpatient is meant to inspire and empower our clients to move forward.  It is an excellent choice for women who have been through Rising Roads and it is also beneficial for women who have a period of sobriety and are struggling.  These women may be working full-time and very engaged in 12-step work, however, need clinical support to move through some of the old patterns and behaviors related to past trauma.  Life skills are also available to level up financial responsibility, relationship challenges, time management, or unhealthy food behaviors.    If this is your story, you don’t have to relapse.  Rising Roads can help you breakthrough barriers to the next layer of recovery for a more happy and productive life.

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