Halifax Urban Ministries– 215 Bay Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 – 386.252.0156
STAR Center and Family Shelter– 340 North Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 – 386.252.9400
Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Assist in obtaining documents. (Birth certificates / Social Security cards / Identification cards / Notarizing)
Additional services offered to assist in securing employment. (Internet access / Telephone / Bus passes / Haircuts / Showers / Laundry / Bicycles)
Medical and prescription assistance.
Financial Assistance: (Rent / Utilities / Prescriptions) $70,000 in 2011.
Cold Weather Shelter. (Host sites are area faith groups and the STAR Center.)
Haven recovery Programs and Services Screening and Assessment Services: Valerie Blink, Admissions Coordinator email@example.com North Street, SUITE C, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 252-5365, extension 1219 or 1218 Phone: (386) 736-0420, x3101 for appointments 245 S. Amelia Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724 Phone: (386) 736-0420, x3101 610 Deltona Boulevard, Deltona, FL Phone: (386) 386-574-6669, extension 12
Haven Recovery Center provides screening services for individuals who are seeking services in order to identify the complexity, severity and duration of their addiction and/or mental health disorders. Screening services can be provided via face to face or telephone contact. A brief intervention is provided to those who are in immediate crisis which may include providing information and referral to other community resources. Arrangements can also be made for individuals in need of detoxification and/or mental health stabilization. Individuals not in an acute crisis and are appropriate for Haven Recovery Center services are provided an appointment for a comprehensive bio-psychosocial assessment.
Assessment services provide a comprehensive evaluation that identifies the strengths, needs, abilities, and preferences of the person seeking services. The evaluator then presents the evaluation and necessary paperwork and a treatment recommendation to a multi-disciplinary team of clinical professionals. Treatment recommendations are based upon ASAM criteria for each potential level of care.
Screening and assessment services are available at multiple locations, though as Haven Recovery Center believes in a “no wrong door” approach to services, screening and assessment services may be conducted off-site in correctional facilities, hospital emergency rooms, or other locations depending upon the specific situation of the individual seeking services. Veterans Admissions: Bob Borgren, Coordinator of Veterans & Employment Services firstname.lastname@example.org 245 S. Amelia Avenue, Deland, FL 32720 (386) 736-0420, extension3108 Provides for the coordination of admission for all referals from the Veterans Administration to Haven Recovery Centerresidential treatment programs.
Outpatient Programs: 330 North Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (386) 252-5365, extension 1224 (Keith Harryhill) 245 S. Amelia Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724 Phone: (386) 736-0420, extension 3112
610 Deltona Boulevard, Deltona, FL Phone: (386) 386-574-6669, extension 12 Haven Recovery Center Outpatient Counseling programs are CARF-accredited, DCF licensed services that provide substance abuse services for individuals age 18 and older. Individuals eligible for this service are in need of substance abuse education and /or counseling and meet ASAM criteria for outpatient placement. Services are provided at multiple locations in Volusia County. Services include individual, group, family and psychoeducational counseling. Psychoeducational services include substance abuse education, family dynamics, relationships, coping skills, self-esteem, social functioning, anger management, family education, relapse prevention, etc. Supportive services are also available in the Outpatient Program for individuals after completing a residential component. SAVE Docket Program:
Ginny Kent, SAVE Docket Coordinator email@example.com North Street, Suite C, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 252-5365, extension 1215 Phone: (386) 898-9954, for appointments Hours Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm for Walk-ins SAVE Docket Program was developed through the collaboration of Fighting Against Injustice Toward Harmony (FAITH), law enforcement, community agencies/partners, and the courts. The SAVE Docket allows individuals to complete community service hours or participate in specified programs in lieu of paying court costs. It is not only a financial savings for the individual, but also a cost savings for the taxpayers who support the costs associated with arresting and incarcerating these individuals. In essence, the SAVE Docket could shift the paradigm from sentencing, jail and court cost to opportunities to improve program participants’ lives and the community. However, individuals who choose not to avail themselves of the SAVE Docket options may face progressively more serious consequences. This approach offers fairness and potential cost savings to the participants, the justice system and to local governments. The SAVE Docket has many benefits for participants, some financial and others less tangible. By encouraging individuals to participate in community programs, additional people can take positive steps to improve their conditions. Reductions in outstanding warrants for minor offenses will reduce employment and service access barriers. We are looking for volunteers for the program and for organizations that can provide service hours or services for the participants.
207 San Juan Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 252-0324 The Haven Recovery Center Women with Dependent Children Supportive Housing and Treatment program provides day treatment, aftercare, relapse prevention and supportive services for women whose needs can be met in a therapeutically supportive living environment.
Serenity House West – Residential Treatment Center:Jessica Thomas, Supervisor (extension 1311)firstname.lastname@example.orgWanda Strickland, Assistant Program Supervisor (extension 1318)email@example.com Big John Drive, DeLand, FL 32723 Phone: (386) 734-3111 Haven Recovery Center operates the “Serenity House West” program, a CARF-accredited, DCF licensed Level II long term residential program for adult males, age 18 and older. With a capacity of 50 clients, this program serves the homeless, incarcerated drug offenders, and veterans, utilizing a modified therapeutic community model to assist individuals who meet ASAM PPC-2R criteria for level II treatment. In addition to individual counseling and psychoeducational substance abuse group therapy, the clinical team provides core group therapy in Anger Management, Relapse Prevention and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) treatment modalities. Women’s Co-occurring Residential Treatment Center Don Mann, Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org 547 High Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1623 The Haven Recovery Center Women’s Co-Occurring Residential Treatment Program is a CARF-accredited, DCF licensed Level II and III residential treatment program for 16 adult females, age 18 and older, who have been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatment episodes. This program utilizes a modified therapeutic community model for individuals who cannot be maintained in a less restrictive environment. The target population include dually diagnosed (DSM-IV-TR substance abuse/dependence and mental disorders) individuals whose impairments are so severe that less restrictive substance abuse interventions have not proven effective. Program goals include maintaining psychiatric stability, achieving abstinence, preventing relapse and promoting reintegration into the community. Services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Individuals must meet ASAM PPC-II (III.3) for admission to this program. Women’s Residential Treatment Center at Amelia Avenue Michelle Brock, Supervisor (extension 3133) email@example.com 245 S. Amelia Avenue, Deland, FL 32724 Phone: (386) 736-0420 The Haven Recovery Center Amelia Avenue Substance Abuse Program is a CARF-accredited, DCF licensed Level II residential treatment program that provides long term residential substance abuse services for 32 adult females age 18 and older. The program utilizes a modified therapeutic community model for individuals who cannot be maintained in a less restrictive/structured environment and who meet ASAM PPC-2R (III.5) criteria for residential level II treatment. The target population for this program includes substance dependent adult females who are indigent, homeless, non-violent offenders, veterans, parents putting children at risk, and IV drug abusers. The modified therapeutic community program is the primary treatment modality to enhance positive pro-social and psychological changes in individuals through social learning and cognitive behavioral approaches. The goal of the Amelia Substance Abuse Program is to promote abstinence, personal responsibility and positive character change. Stone Street Residential Treatment Center for Men: Tom Ellixson, Program Supervisor (extension 1430) firstname.lastname@example.org Beverly Wilson, Assistant Program Supervisor (extension 1414) email@example.com 1251 N. Stone Street, DeLand, FL 32720 Phone: (386) 734-0997 Co-occurring Disorders Unit: The Haven Recovery Center Stone Street Co-occurring Disorders Program is a CARF-accredited, DCF licensed Level III long term residential program for 36 adult males, age 18 and older, who have been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatment episodes. This program utilizes a modified therapeutic community model for individuals who cannot be maintained in a less restrictive environment. The target population are dually diagnosed (DSM –IV -TR substance abuse/dependence and mental disordered) individuals whose impairments are so severe that less restrictive substance abuse interventions have not proven effective. Program goals include maintaining psychiatric stability, achieving abstinence, preventing relapse and promoting reintegration into the community. Services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Individuals must meet ASAM PPC-II (III.3) for admission to this program. Substance Abuse Unit: The Haven Recovery Center Stone Street Substance Abuse Program is a CARF-accredited, DCF licensed Level II residential treatment program that provides long term residential substance abuse services for 40 adult males age 18 and older. The program utilizes a modified therapeutic community model for individuals who cannot be maintained in a less restrictive/structured environment and who meet ASAM PPC-2R (III.5) criteria for residential level II treatment. The target population for this program includes substance dependent adult males who are indigent, homeless, non-violent offenders, veterans, parents putting children at risk, and IV drug abusers. The modified therapeutic community program is the primary treatment modality to enhance positive pro-social and psychological changes in individuals through social learning and cognitive behavioral approaches. The goal of the Stone Street Substance Abuse Program is to promote abstinence, personal responsibility and positive character change. Family Intervention Treatment Solution (F.I.T.S)/Family Drug Court: Jamee James, Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org 540 N. Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1614 Haven Recovery Center provides a full range of substance abuse services for referrals from Volusia County’s Dependency and Family courts. Services provided include evaluation, group/family counseling, day treatment, residential placement, case management and advocacy.
The Passage Way Program: Various Locations Phone: (386) 734-3111 and (386) 734-0997 Haven Recovery Center provides aftercare housing and community support following successful completion of residential treatment. This program provides interventions which focus on reintegrating program participants into the community with strong relapse prevention and life skills. PATH Program: Jamee James, Program Supervisor email@example.com N. Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1622 The Haven Recovery Center PATH Program is designed to serve homeless individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse and individuals who are at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Services include assessment, case management, group treatment, advocacy, and referral.
Veterans Transitional Housing: Jeff White, Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org 2775 Big John Drive, DeLand, FL 32723 Phone: (386) 738-9681 (Wanda Strickland) The Haven Recovery Center Veterans Transitional Housing Program provides transitional housing, case management, linking and referral services for 16 homeless male veterans referred by the Veterans Administration.
Specialized Treatment Programs: Carl Epley, Community Services Administrator email@example.com 540 N. Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1622 IPN Program (Intervention Project for Nurses):Haven Recovery Center provides individualized services including outpatient and residential, for impaired professionals available through referral by the Intervention Project for Nurses Board.
Jamee James, Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org 540 N. Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1614 Jail Diversion Program:Haven Recovery Center provides access to a range of treatment interventions, including residential and outpatient services, for selected individuals charged with non-violent criminal offenses on a fee-for-service basis. Referrals can be made by family members, attorneys or community partners. Judicial approval for treatment placement, as an alternative to incarceration, is often required.
Correctional Treatment Diversion Program (CTDP): Jamee James, Supervisor email@example.com Phone: (386) 258-5050, extension 1614 The Haven Recovery Center Correctional Treatment Diversion Program offers opportunities to address our community’s interrelated problems of drug abuse, mental illness, jail overcrowding, high recidivism rates and limited access to care. The program offers individuals sentenced to more than 120 days in jail on drug related charges the opportunity to enter a 60 day in-jail program. Upon successful completion of this component the sentence can be amended and the inmate is eligible for release to community based treatment. While in the community, the client will continue to attend treatment and receive intensive case management and court liaison services.
The Haven Recovery Center Transitional Living Program is a community-based sober living experience for 16 adult men and women at two homes in the DeLand community. These homes are designed to bridge the gap from early recovery to independence while giving house members an opportunity to learn to live a life characterized by personal accountability as they contribute towards building a foundation for continued long-term sobriety. Permanent Housing: Jeff White, Housing Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 324 North Street, Suite B, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (Housing Office)Phone: (386) 252-5365, extension 1223 Multiple Volusia County sites (as available) Haven Recovery Center is an approved Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and provides safe, supportive, sober permanent housing opportunities for low and very-low income, high-risk individuals. Housing placement leads to a decrease in homelessness and improved quality of life. Applications for housing access are accepted as units become available.
Neighborhood Center of West Volusia
The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia in DeLand, Fla., began in 1969. The original founders saw a need to help the hungry and the homeless in our community, and that vision continues today.
The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia in DeLand has, for the past 40 years, aimed to be an organization that is flexible and responsive to the needs of West Volusia residents.
After all this time, our mission remains the same: to feed the hungry, house the homeless and prevent homelessness through rent and utility assistance.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER'S MISSION
To feed the hungry, house the homeless and prevent homelessness in DeLand and West Volusia County.
OUR VALUE STATEMENT
We will serve those in need with respect and integrity in an effort to give hope to those in need.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
Our vision is to be an integral part of the collaborative efforts to serve the homeless, to feed the hungry and to prevent homelessness in DeLand and West Volusia County.
EMERGENCY FOOD BANK
Donations the Neighborhood Center (NCWV) receives are packaged into bags for the hungry of our community - DeLand and its neighboring cities. Bags consist of meals for three days, including fruits, vegetables, meats, rice or pasta.
DAILY FOOD PANTRY
The NCWV's daily food pantry is available to serve the hungry on a daily basis and requires current ID cards and Social Security cards of all individuals in the household. We also distribute for those in need by request hygiene products, including shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, tooth brushes, deodorants and lotions. Additionally, we can provide items for children such as we will diapers, formula and baby food. This is all dependent upon donations.
At peak need, we distribute 250 bags of food per week to individuals in need.
We are always in need of these nonperishable food items for our emergency and daily food pantries, and welcome your donations:
Peanut butter and jelly
Canned meat, such as tuna, chicken
Macaroni and cheese
EMERGENCY BILL ASSISTANCE
The Neighborhood Center also assists with utility bills -- electric, gas and water. At the present time, we are only able to help with a utility payment once every six months.
The Neighborhood Center recognizes the need in the community for assistance with rent or mortgage. There are always certain qualifications for this assistance dependent on the guidelines of the funding agencies.
The Neighborhood Center in DeLand has an emergency shelter with 10 beds (six male and four female). Clients are able to stay for a maximum of 30 days, with room and board supplied at no cost. In recent years, we have housed more than 240 clients and served 2,700 meals.
The Neighborhood Center also offers transitional housing. We have 16 beds for males and four available for single women. Also we offer housing for two single women with children (sheltering up to four children). We have one family house with space for parents and up to two children, per parent.
Other services we provide at The Neighborhood Center are crisis counseling, referral services and living skills groups.
The Neighborhood Center of West Volusia's (NCWV) Emergency Shelter serves those in crisis and who are homeless. The Emergency Housing provides immediate overnight shelter for 10 individuals for up to 30 days. Additional services provided during an individual's shelter stay include meals, counseling, job counseling, and a supportive drug/alcohol free environment. The Neighborhood Center housing program is a working program and collaborates with local agencies to assist individuals to find employment.
The Neighborhood Center provides Transitional Housing for single men and women for up to one year. Individuals typically stay in Emergency Housing for 30 days and "transition" into the next level of shelter. The Neighborhood Center houses 11 adult men and three adult women. Residents must seek employment and must remain drug- and alcohol-free. This is a fee-for-service program and individuals are required to meet with a caseworker once per week. The Transitional Housing environment promotes a therapeutic and supportive community for better success.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR SINGLE WOMEN WITH CHILDREN
The Lacey House provides emergency and transitional housing for women with children. Women with children are provided a safe, clean and positive environment to regain a stable place in their lives and in society. For these families, we also receive counseling and offer life skills groups.
TheNCWV provides emergency and transitional housing to families as well. Families are interviewed to determine needs and enter into the shelter for a period of time up to one year. Families are encouraged to address issues that will rebuild the solvency of the family unit. NCWV families meet a caseworker weekly to establish and review goals to help ensure their success.