Reaves Women's Substance Use Residential Facility
To provide shelter, nutrition, transportation, behavior/mental health and primary health care services to women and children residing at the facility. This is a 24-hour 40-bed residential facility housing through treatment women, pregnant women and women with children under the age of 5. Children are allowed to stay with their mother during the treatment process*.
Provide access to nutrition through education and programs that provide cooking demonstrations, access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Provide primary care and oral health education and services. Our objective is to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and other health/generational health issue that result from improper nutrition.
Oral Health - Dentistry
Oral Health education begins before
teeth come through the gum. Health is
determined and identified by our teeth.
This program aims to prevent tooth
decay and loss of teeth by educating
and treating patients as early as 6
months old and before teeth are
This program provides support to
diagnosed diabetics, individuals on the
path to becoming diabetic as well as
those with a family history of diabetes.
This initiative aims to improve
Hemoglobin A1C results as well as
reduce future diagnosis.