The Common Bond Association, Inc.

Long Term Residential Program



Number of Beds: 95
Detox Available: No


Last Year’s Admissions:

Total Annual Admits 1025
Average Length of Stay 6 months
Percent of Women 0%
Percent under 25 5%
Percent with College Education 2%
Percent Covered by Public Assistance 1%
Receiving some form of psychiatric medication other than for detoxification DNS

Admissions Procedures:

Night Admission Available: No
Weekend Admission available: No
Face to Face Interview or exam required before admission: Yes



Facility has separate program for:

  • Abuse/PTSD/Trauma


Facility has group sessions for:

  • Acute Care
  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Anger Management/Conflict Resolution
  • Cocaine Addiction
  • Codependency
  • Compulsive Gambling
  • Crystal Meth
  • Family
  • Heroin Addiction
  • Inhalant Abuse
  • Marijuana
  • Men
  • Native American
  • Parenting/Life Skills
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Relapse



Self-pay Cost: $110 per week
Public Assistance coverage may be accepted: Yes
Medicare Coverage accepted: No
Insurance Coverage verified before admission: No
Follow-up Care included at no additional charge: Yes



Licensed by: Mississippi State Dept.of Mental Health
Type of License: Certification
Accredited by: None


Self Description:

“Mississippi Dept. of Health certified intensive 4 phase inpatient treatment program.”

Treatment Philosophy:

“To help the homeless with substance abuse and mental health problems to become whole, sober and productive.”

Approach to Dual Diagnosis:

“Structured group process defining culturally diverse populations. Diagnosis or disorder axis 1 + 2. At this time all male population. Religion and spiritual information combined with drug use.”

Family Program:

“Alanon, Alateen, NA, AA. Individualized family counseling with members present and non-present. Support collaboration and integrated treatment. We provide support and educate family members.”

Position on 12 Step Involvement:

“We use the 12 Step module in our treatment of AA, NA, process groups and lectures. 6 mandatory 12 Step meetings per week.”

Position on Confrontation:

“Confrontation is an essential part of the therapeutic process because the deliberated use of oral questions and statements by the counselor helps the client to face the reality. In confronting the counselor gives useful feedback.”

Additional Characteristics:

“We also do job assessments and placement assistance. Life skills and HIV education. Individual counseling on a per need basis.”

Contact Information:
Admissions Telephone Number: (866) 932-5985
General Information: (866) 932-5985
Address: 836 Medical Plaza
Jackson, MS 39204