About our services
Solutions for Success
Services include social support, linkage to and coordination among allied service providers, and a full range of human services that facilitate recovery and wellness contributing to an improved quality of life. These services can be flexibly staged and may be provided prior to, during, and after treatment. RSSs may be provided in conjunction with treatment, and as separate and distinct services, to individuals and families
Recovery support services are provided by staff members who are familiar with their community’s support for people seeking to live free of alcohol and drugs. Often recovery support services are provided by peers—people in recovery.
What we can do
Recovery support services may include the following: Case management and individual services coordination, providing linkages with other services (e.g., Detox, Substance Abuse Treatment, Recovery Housing Programs, MAT Medication Assistance Treatment, legal services, social services,); Outreach; Relapse prevention; Housing assistance and services; Transportation to and from treatment, recovery support activities. Peer-to-peer services, mentoring, and coaching; Self-help and support groups (e.g., 12-step groups, SMART Recovery®, Substance abuse education.)
The Best for Less
Top Quality Care at an Affordable Price
"Because WE Care"
Just because other programs cost more, DOESN'T MEAN THEY ARE BETTER or more effective!
On average inpatient rehabs may cost around $8,000-$20,000 for a 30-day program. Well-known centers often cost up to $30,000 for a 30-day program. The cost of our program for the first 30 days is $6,500.
This includes 16 plus hours of direct clinical care is provided weekly (this is more than the average Residential Program) and a Therapeutic Community Housing setting.
(TCs) for addictions which is a drug-free environment in which people with addictive problems live together in an organized and structured way to promote change toward recovery and reinsertion in society.
Therapeutic communities are for the treatment of drug addiction that are structured (residential) educational environments, where people in Recovery live together and work towards recovery, and which are based on self-help and mutual help principles.
This setting is often much more effective than a regular Residential Inpatient Treatment Environment and much more cost effective.