Newly remodeled in 2015, each room in the semiprivate primary residences is similar to a college dorm room, furnished with two beds, desks, wardrobes, and a private bath.
If clinically appropriate, patients may participate in the therapeutic community at The Villages at Williamsburg Place. This experience is designed to offer each patient an atmosphere that is conducive to learning how to apply recovery-based living in a real-life environment. Living with other recovering patients offers a setting that engenders peer support for each patient, encouraging them begin assuming personal responsibilities and developing skills necessary for recovery.
This environment helps patients to see that their struggles with addiction are not unique and that by working with peers they learn how honesty and openness contribute to a successful life in recovery.
Built in 2008, The Villages of Williamsburg Place offer:
- semiprivate accommodations in comfortable two-bedroom apartments
- a location on the Farley Center campus
- a washer/dryer and fully equipped kitchen in each apartment