Community Healthcore’s Kirkpatrick Family Center is a 90-day substance use disorder (SUD) intensive residential treatment center for women and their children, focusing on substance use education, parenting and life skills training. The Kirkpatrick Family Center mission is to assist each woman to develop their full potential by providing a safe, educational, and engaging substance use disorder recovery environment.
We believe the use of alcohol and drugs is a family disease. For that reason, we strongly encourage family participation. This may include parents, spouse, or significant other, and children. Our ultimate goal is to equip each woman to overcome substance use disorder, and to transition back into an independent environment within the community.
In order to qualify for intensive residential treatment services at Kirkpatrick Family Center, women must be 18 years old or older and meeting one or more of the following criteria. Community Healthcore shall give preference for treatment services in the following Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) established order of priority:
- Pregnant injecting individuals
- Pregnant substance users
- Injecting drug users
- Individuals identified as being at high risk for overdose
- Individuals referred by the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS)
- Individuals experiencing homelessness or housing instability
- All other populations