Restore Recovery’s model of care integrates a variety of services to meet the individualized needs of each client. Our model utilizes a holistic approach which considers spiritual, emotional, vocational, recreational, interpersonal, and other aspects to improve overall functionality.
Restore Recovery Program Overview
Restore Recovery is a state-licensed substance use disorder program which assists individuals in creating and maintaining a substance-free, healthy and productive life. We specialize in treatment for individuals with co-occurring disorders, such as substance use disorder(s) and/or a trauma diagnosis including brain injury, spinal cord injury or symptoms of pain.
In addition to Resilient’s treatment programs, our co-occurring program features intensive, substance use disorder-focused interventions that include a combination of 15 or more hours of weekly individual and group therapy sessions.
Restore Recovery offers a variety of programs and services within our continuum of care. Individual and group therapies, supportive community-based meetings, medication management, transportation and other therapies, supports, programs and services are available.
Restore Recovery features clinical oversight by nursing, mental health, psychiatry, addictionology, and other licensed health professionals. Our counselors are master’s level clinicians as well as Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CAADC), having years of experience working with substance use, cognitive, and mental health disorders. Our trained recovery technicians specialize in working with individuals in recovery and are an integral part of the daily program.
Restore Recovery’s primary goals are to enhance and improve the daily functioning and independence of those with co-occurring disorders. This includes, but is not limited to stabilization of symptoms, reduction and management of cravings, development and application of relapse prevention skills, coping skills, and refusal skills, development of a recovery-based lifestyle, development of healthy community integration and the development and application skills needed to foster independence, such as financial management, social skills and self-care.
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