Signed in as:
Signed in as:
This means that we have all been there. Every staff member is in long-term recovery and a majority of the board is in recovery as well. Currently, every person on our board of directors is "recovery related," meaning they or someone they love has struggled with a substance use disorder.
We believe everyone should have access to recovery, no matter your background or where you are now. We do not charge any fees for our services and insurance is not required. There are no requirements to receive services; you just have to show up when you're ready!
We embrace all pathways to recovery. We will never push anyone to subscribe to any belief system or path. Whether you choose to pursue treatment, a 12-step fellowship, harm-reduction, a faith-based program, or something else, we're here to support you.
Generally, an hour long meeting with a peer support specialist (someone who is in long-term recovery). A peer support specialist is someone you can talk to without any judgement or pressure; they are here to help you with whatever you need. The PSS shares their experience and gives suggestions on the issues being discussed.
Generally, an hour long meeting with a peer support specialist (someone who is in long-term recovery). Families and couples can meet with the PSS to discuss their options together. This is not couple's therapy; it is a time to get an outside perspective from someone with experience in substance use disorder.
A care coordinator is someone with experience with substance use disorder and is aware of available services in the community. Meet with a care coordinator to help decide next steps and learn what's available, whether it's looking at in- or out-patient treatment options, detox, therapy, or something else.
Meet with a care coordinator to learn about available services in the community for yourself or a loved one. Family members are welcome because we know this decision impacts everyone, not just the person seeking recovery.