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  • What is the PPW program?
    The PPW program is a residential treatment program offered to pregnant and postpartum women and their children.
  • Who qualifies?
    You qualify if you are pregnant, have been pregnant within the last 12 months, or are under 12 months postpartum. This includes women who have terminated a pregnancy, miscarried, or chosen adoption.
  • Do you have openings?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 E:4408 for information.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact us at 904-899-6300 E: 4408 to speak with an intake coordinator and schedule an in-depth assessment.
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer Residential services to pregnant and postpartum women at no cost.
  • How long is the program?
    The program averages 90 days but changes based on individual need and progress in treatment.
  • Do I qualify if I have terminated a pregnancy in the last 12 months?
    Yes.
  • Do I qualify if I had miscarriage in the last 12 months?
    Yes.
  • What kinds of MAT do you offer?
    Methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol, and Subutex.
  • Do you have openings?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 for information.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact us at 904-899-6300. Intakes are conducted at 5:00am on a first come, first serve, basis. You must have a valid ID, and insurance card (if applicable).
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer services at low to no cost. We will not turn you away.
  • What outpatient services do you offer?
    River region is proud to offer medicated assisted treatment (MAT), mental health services, primary care and HIV/AIDS testing and education.
  • Do you have openings?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 for information.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact us at 904-899-6300 to schedule an in-depth assessment and determine what program is the best fit for you.
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer services at low to no cost. We will not turn you away.
  • What is Residential treatment?
    River Region offers an immersive treatment experience that allows our clients to focus solely on their recovery by living on our residential campus. This program is generally 90 days but varies based on need.
  • How long is the program?
    The program averages 90 days but changes based on individual need and progress in treatment.
  • Do you have openings?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 E: 4408 for information out to get started.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact a qualified intake specialist today at 904-899-6300 E:4408.
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer services at low to no cost when insurance is not an option. We will not turn you away.
  • Learn more
    River Region offers confidential HIV/AIDS prevention education, and testing via our mobile unit.
  • Schedule an appointment
    Contact our registration department at 904-899-6300 to schedule an appointment or receive information about a mobile testing site coming near you.
  • Do you have available appointments?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 for information.
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer services at low to no cost. We will not turn you away.
  • What are Mental Health services?
    Mental health services at River Region include individual and group counseling, psychotherapy, and mental health evaluations.
  • Do you have openings?
    Yes, contact us at 904-899-6300 for information.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact us at 904-899-6300 to schedule an in-depth assessment.
  • I don’t have any insurance, can I still receive services?
    Absolutely! River Region is proud to offer services at low to no cost. We will not turn you away.
  • What is a psychiatric advanced directive (PAD)?
    A psychiatric advance directive (PAD) is a legal document that documents a person’s preferences for future mental health treatment during a crisis. PADs may be drafted when a person is well enough to consider preferences for future mental health treatment. PADs are used when a person becomes unable to make decisions during a mental health crisis. If you are interested in creating a psychiatric advanced directed (PAD) ask your treatment team for more information.
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