Continuum of Care

Harbor Hall provides cost effective treatment through every level of service that we provide. All of these services listed in the links below match a level of care that is determined through an individualized assessment.

The individualized assessment focuses on evaluating your level of care as determined through the American Society of Addiction Medicine; Patient Placement Criteria.

Levels of care are:


A level of care where you can continue your normal course of living by going to school or work each day. You will be attending treatment at a time that is convenient for you to do so. This level of care is based on the trust that you can stay sober in your home environment and that your counseling and support will work with you to develop ongoing and lasting recovery. Programs include but are not limited to: OBOT (Office-based Opioid Treatment), Addiction Treatment Services for Women, S.H.A.R.P (Safe Harbor Adolescence Recovery Program), and Health Professionals Recovery Program.


Withdrawal Management is the precursor to our residential program. We focus on getting you safely off of drugs and alcohol so that you can work on developing a lifestyle centered on recovery and moving in a forward direction in your life. Residential treatment takes you away from your environment for a long enough period of time to teach and counsel new lifestyle skills that can produce healthy behaviors and sober decision making.  The 12 Step program has been one of the valuable tools throughout our history of service that we utilize in treatment purposes. Our 40th year in service and the research shows that residential treatment effectively brings clarity to beliefs, values, and expectations that influenced substance use and the unhealthy lifestyle behaviors therein.

Transitional Living

Otherwise known as a sober living residence, it is focused on helping you to develop a life of recovery with others as you prepare to reenter the community.  This transitional living environment includes a resident supervisor and weekly support groups.