Trinity Glen Men’s Program in Sharon
The natural beauty of Trinity Glen’s location has proven to be an important factor in the success of treatment. Situated on 23 wooded acres surrounded by the Berkshire Mountains, our facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms housing 50 beds with spacious living quarters, treatment and meeting rooms.
Trinity Glen is targeted to the chronic alcoholic who has been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatments including intensive programs, halfway houses, detoxification and shelters. This program is aimed at enhancing the individual’s sense of responsibility to himself and stresses the importance of their role in the community. Trinity Glen provides a therapeutic, structured, sober community living experience geared toward providing the necessary tools for re-entry into society.
- Individual and group counseling
- Recreation therapy to develop sober interests
- Significant work therapy component of 20 to 30 hours per week to develop and enhance work skills and a sense of responsibility and self-esteem
- Weekly community meetings
- Optional AA meetings, nightly
- Continuing care planning
Trinity Glen Women’s Program in Kent
Nestled in the hills of Kent, Trinity Glen Women’s Program is modeled after the men’s program in Sharon. Our facility offers semi-private dormitory rooms housing 11 beds with spacious living quarters and meeting rooms for women who are suffering from chronic addiction to drugs or alcohol.
The women’s program is targeted to the chronic alcoholic who has been unable to maintain sobriety despite multiple treatments including intensive programs, halfway houses, detoxification and shelters.
Similarly, the goals of the program are to enhance the client’s sense of responsibility as well as the importance of the their role in the community. A structured, sober community living experience, the emphasis is on helping clients to successfully transition into sober living after treatment.
Our professional staff consists of a facility director, licensed, certified counselors, medical needs Facilitator, work therapy supervisor, and monitors—all working toward one goal—helping our clients overcome addictions.
“I was once a client at Trinity Glen…It healed me and provided wonderful memories. I now live in California as a musician, clean and healthy……..I wanted to say thank you!”J.D.
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MCCA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c) 3 non-profit community-based organization.
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