ATS  residential programs focus on the whole person, uncluding physical, mental, emotional and social health. 

At the gender-specific residential program locations, our team members work hard to understand—and to help clients understand and combat—the underlying causes of turning to substances. Addiction can stem from past trauma, present obstacles, ongoing physical or mental health issues and more. Every story gets our full attention. Our end goal is not just helping clients live drug- and alcohol-free but also empowering them to live healthy, rewarding, joyful lives. 

Many potential clients have questions about our programs and housing rules. Please check out our FAQs for more information. For additional info about what to bring to residential programs (and detox), read this form.

ATS residential programs average twenty-eight days.

However, length of treatment is based on individual client needs—because substance abuse is part of a broader picture. After we learn about our clients' journeys so far and their personal goals, we develop ideal recovery plans built around experience, cutting-edge research and local community support. Every person has unique needs, and our approach to each person's journey is equally as special.

The residential programs offer innovative therapies, including life skill-building groups and experiential activities. 


Housed at Phoenix Hall, our Women's Residential Program provides a safe, supportive environment where women can address the array of challenges contributing to their substance dependence, all while building skills for recovery and forging positive relationships.



Housed at Dakoske Hall, our Men's Residential Program is based on the research-backed premise that men, just as much as women, achieve better outcomes through gender-specific treatment programs.