Residential Program
The Damon House Residential Program is licensed for 64 beds and is dedicated to serving those whose drug addiction has led to financial hardship. Damon House Inc. serves individuals from all walks of life and social stratas regardless of their ethnicity or racial backgrounds, and accepts both men and women ages 18 years and older.

The American Society of Addiction Medicine, the governing body for addiction treatment, has rated Damon House’s residential program a Level III.5 care facility. The Level of Care indicates that the facility is a Clinically Managed, High-Intensity Residential Service (Residential Treatment Center). This provides clients access with trained counselors such as an ASAM-certified Clinical Director, Medical Director, LSADC/CADC and Case Workers. In order to address the complex biopsychosocial factors of substance abuse, the staff at Damon House represent the model interdisciplinary team. They include: a licensed psychiatrist, family therapist, general physician, full-time nurse, an employment advisor and nutritionist. The continuum of care is what allows DH to work with clients who may have co-occurring disorders such as anxiety or depression. The residential program also hosts other support groups such as previous DH alumni, AA, and NA.