At Clitheroe Center, our mission is to improve the quality of life for all Alaskans seeking treatment for substance abuse through culturally relevant evidence-based practices to contribute to lifetime recovery.
Residential - Clitheroe’s Residential Program includes a dual diagnosis treatment program for individuals with mental health issues, as well as substance abuse issues. The 42-bed campus near Point Woronzof is a safe, therapeutic environment for those seeking recovery.
Outpatient- The Outpatient Program provides family services, counseling, and support for those who would benefit from outpatient treatment, have completed inpatient treatment, and need continuing care or are not in need of inpatient treatment.
All intakes and assessments for both Outpatient and Residential services are handled via the Outpatient office. Staff provides on-site assessments at local jails and hospitals as needed. Individuals can self-refer; referrals from local agencies and governmental organizations are also accepted.
Men's Residential - The Men's program provides an intermediate and long-term residential treatment environment for men whose lives have been severely impaired by substance misuse and mental health challenges.
Women's Residential - The Women's program is based on the treatment needs of women specifically designed to address the unique strengths and challenges of women, mental health services are also offered to clients experiencing mental health issues which are affecting their ability to remain sober.
The Outpatient Program is designed for individuals with substance abuse issues that can effectively be addressed outside of a residential program, or continuing care for those who’ve completed residential treatment.
The After Care/Continuing Care Program supports clients in their ongoing recovery. All clients completing Clitheroe's inpatient treatment are referred to the Continuing Care Program.