Residential Treatment

Hitchcock Center for Women is the only residential treatment provider in Cuyahoga County that specifically focuses on women, and allows women to bring multiple children (up to age 12) to treatment with them. Hitchcock's wholistic treatment model is gender specific and based on evidence from years of national research. Women living in residential treatment at Hitchcock are required to participate in 30 hours per week of services offered by Hitchcock, including counseling and wrap-around services.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (also known as IOP for "Intensive Outpatient Program") is a primary treatment program recommended in some circumstances by a clinical assessment. IOP can also enable people in recovery to continue their recovery therapies following a residential treatment program while living in their own homes. Clients participating in IOP are required to participate in ten hours of treatment and ten hours of case management per week.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment with Housing Support

Clients that need housing support with the same level of treatment as IOP can access Hitchcock’s IOP with Housing Support option. Clients have the same requirements as those participating in traditional IOP services, but also live at Hitchcock, and can live with children up to age ten.

Non-Intensive Outpatient Services

Women that are seeking supportive services for their life in recovery will find our Non-Intensive Outpatient Services to be a valuable tool in their recovery. Services include counseling and case management tailored to meet the needs of each client’s recovery lifestyle and can provided as both primary and continuing care. Services are provided at a maximum of eight hours per week.

Halfway House Services

The Halfway House services at Hitchcock work with women to give them support in the development of the recovery and coping skills needed to complete their reintegration into the community, family and workplace. Women participating in our Halfway House services are required to participate in ten hours per week of counseling and supportive services.