Connie Hillman Family Foundation House

Safe, Sober Transitional Living Program Designed for Women with Substance Use Disorders (any drug or alcohol) & Their Children

  • 15-unit gated apartment complex plus one community room and office.
  • Four two-bedroom units, three one-bedroom units and eight studio units.
  • Residents are pregnant, postpartum and parenting women with young children. Women involved with the Department of Child Safety (DCS) are encouraged to be in treatment here while working to reunify with their children.
  • Residents are required to be enrolled with CODAC and actively engaged in substance use treatment in one or more of CODAC's programs.
  • Residents are required to participate in on-site activities throughout the week.
  • Once employment is secured, residents will be required to contribute Program Fees.

Support & Community Activities Provided On-Site

Treatment is based on a comprehensive, goal-oriented, solution-focused and client-centered approach that meets the social, psychological and physical needs of the client/resident.

Services on-site include (but are not limited to):

  • Parenting skills groups with a focus on
    • emotional and behavioral devvelopment
    • how to care for a baby, calm a fussy child, when to call the doctor, signs to be concerned about, etc.
  • Relapse prevention and trauma-related support activities.
  • Lactation, nutrition and wellness consultation.
  • Community-building and fun activities.
  • Child Life Specialist provides group activities and education focused on fun, family and community.
  • RN Infant Development Specialist provides education, community referrals and developmental screening for children ages 0-2.
  • Employment and education support, and more!

Download the Hillman House Program Flier Here!

Refer Someone Today! Call (520) 307-9677. 

Pregnant & Postpartum Women Program

Safe, Sober Transitional Living Program Designed for Women with Substance Use Disorders (opioid use required) & Their Children

Pregnant, postpartum and parenting women with opioid use disorders have access to a new and beautiful sober living community.

  • Newly renovated, fully furnished two-bedroom casitas with plenty of space for moms and their children to thrive.
  • Laundry facilities attached to each casita.
  • On-site staff offices and community rooms.
  • On-site childcare while moms are in treatment programming.
  • Support obtaining groceries, finding jobs and receiving necessities for children (toys, clothing, developmental activities, etc.)
  • Opportunities to develop healthy relationships and recovery skills.

Best-Practice substance use treatment provided on-site, in-clinic and virtually

Members in this program have access to CODAC's array of substance use treatment options to meet their specific needs, such as:

  • On-site support and encouragement from certified Peer Support Specialists - other women who are in recovery themselves!
  • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) providing at least nine hours of evidence-based treatment each week (required).
  • Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM) group-based intervention for trauma recovery among women with histories of exposure to sexual and physical abuse.
  • Individual therapy.
  • Couples and family therapy.
  • Dozens of therapy, wellness and support groups are offered throughout the week to help prevent relapse, address trauma and strengthen recovery skills.
  • Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid use disorders, with a specialization in MAT for pregnant and postpartum women.
  • Parenting skills groups and individual coaching.
  • Close coordination with specialty courts and Department of Child Safety to help keep families together.

Short-Term Crisis Intervention

Gile Exterior w mountain The Gila House, CODAC's Brief Intervention Program (BIP) offers short-term crisis care for adults.

The Gila House provides therapeutic, time-limited interventions to stabilize people in crisis so they can live successfully and independently in the community.

This healing and comfortable space provides beautiful accommodations that are staffed 24/7/365 by skilled professionals.

The Gila House is equipped to serve up to 10 members, both male and female. While here, members receive:

  • Crisis support
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapeutic Activities
  • Skills building activities
  • Close monitoring
  • ...and more

Gila House can be used a step-down from inpatient facilities as well as a crisis stabilization setting.

Admission Criteria for Gila House:

  • Member must be TXIX enrolled
  • Member is at significant risk of harm
  • Member is a safety risk due to functional impairment resulting from psychiatric symptoms

Learn More and Refer a Member
For 24-hour access to brief behavioral health intervention services and to refer a member to the Gila House, contact our CODAC team:

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Adult Transitional Living Program

CODAC’s Adult Transitional Living (ATL) program provides transitional and temporary housing with limited supervision for members ages 18 and older whose health status necessitates additional help and monitoring by CODAC staff. Housing at ATL requires an internal referral and Adult Recovery Team meeting prior to entering this program.