A strength-based, person-centered approach to supporting those who are new to or struggling with their recovery.
Peer Recovery Support is centered around the goals, needs, and strengths of people in recovery and those currently struggling with substance use.
Peer recovery Support Specialists, also known as Recovery Coaches, use their experience as people in recovery from addiction or co-occuring disorders, along with specialized training, to offer a support system through mentorship, goal setting, advocacy, and encouragement.
Peer recovery support services can effectively extend treatment beyond the clinical setting into the everyday environment. Many people have successfully found recovery through working one-on-one with a Peer Recovery Support Specialist, before treatment, in-lieu of treatment, or after formal treatment.
More information about peer recovery support services and peer recovery support specialists may be found here.
Our Community Recovery Center is an enriching space organized and operated by local communities of recovery, offering individualized and group support, trainings, activities, and workshops, all at no cost to the community. New participants can drop-in to speak with a member of our Care Connection team, Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. We see all drop-ins on a first come first serve basis. You may also complete our pre-enrollment form by clicking here and we’ll get in contact with you to schedule your first visit.
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*Adapted from Person-Centered Care and Planning by Neal Adams, MD, MPH, and Diane Grieder, M.Ed.