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Alcohol & Drug Recovery

Residential & Outpatient Facilities

State Licensed & Certified

Call Us: 530  722 - 1114

About Us

VISIONS’ MISSION:

To empower individuals through our uniquely designed education and
counseling programs so as to bring healing and restoration to their lives.


     Using proven therapeutic drug and alcohol education and counseling methods, Visions’ is designed to provide a peaceful, faith-based, family environment offering an intensive residential recovery program for adult (and dual diagnosed) women and women with children, outpatient for men and women and transitional housing for men and women.

     A faith-based, therapeutic recovery community, Visions specializes in comprehensive treatment services to heal the ‘whole’ person and encourage positive change. Our clients learn the skills needed to solve emotional and behavior problems, address relationship issues, and generally improve the quality of their lives.

VISIONS’ PHILOSOPHY:

Each human being has been intentionally created with a purpose in life and
deserves every opportunity to discover and fulfill that purpose.


     Additionally, Visions believes each person has the capacity to change. When a person knows his or her God-given purpose and is afforded the opportunity to fulfill it, he or she will have begun to satisfy their deepest, previously unmet, needs, which drove them to live lives riddled with addictive behaviors.

     Uniquely designed to address each client’s specific issues by establishing or re-establishing a connection with personal core values, Visions places an emphasis on boundaries, responsibilities, spirituality, and family. Visions integrates a cognitive behavioral therapeutic approach with Substance Use Disorder treatment, ongoing supportive services and referrals, case management, and professional counseling to meet each client’s individual needs.

 

VISIONS’ HISTORY

     Visions of the Cross, Inc. was founded by Steve and Tammy Lucarelli. With first-hand knowledge of the challenges facing people in recovery and the limited community resources available to meet those needs, Steve and Tammy's own recovery journey led them to open Visions' first sober transitional living home in 2001. By 2005, Visions of the Cross, Inc. had grown to 12 sober transitional living homes in the Redding area; adding another 4 homes in 2007.

     Since opening, Visions has provided alcohol- and drug-free housing for hundreds of men and women including women with children. Over 210 women have given birth to healthy babies while residing in the safety of Vision’s perinatal residential program or transitional housing.

     In October of 2008, Visions added a California State licensed and certified residential treatment facility for women and women with children. The next month, Visions of the Cross became licensed and certified to provide outpatient treatment to both men and women. Also, Visions received approval as a Drug Medi-Cal outpatient provider.

     Recognizing a need for an intermediate level of care, the following year Visions created an Adult Maintenance Program (AMP) for both men and women. The AMP combines outpatient treatment for substance use disorders with secure, sober transitional housing; providing important safety and structure for participants.

     Today, Visions maintains a unique 2.4 acre recovery campus with two suburban-style cul-de-sacs, one for women’s substance use disorder residential treatment and the other for sober transitional housing, plus four off-campus sober-living facilities for men. In all, Visions has a capacity to house 160 residents.

     Our experienced, professional staff includes a Medical Director, a Clinical Supervisor, licensed Therapists and Interns, along with skilled, certified, substance abuse Counselors. For those who request it, Visions of the Cross also has pastoral counselling available to meet the spiritual needs of clients.

     Looking towards the future, Visions expects to begin accepting clients for its long-awaited, licensed and certified men's residential treatment program in the summer of 2018.