The Recovery Program offers person-centered and strengths-based individual and group services to adults struggling with behavioral health problems. Case management and community support services are provided to address issues such as illness management, life skill development, linkage to community resources, and socialization. Additionally, services are provided at a variable level of intensity based upon individual needs and delivered to help a person reach their highest level of functioning. All of these services aim to assist individuals in recovery by building natural supports, achieving self-sufficiency, and maintaining community living.
"Recovery support services focus on the whole person, remain integrative in nature, and are offered individually or in a group setting. Our services include employment coaching, employment training, recovery coaching, recovery skills, spiritual support, and peer coaching. Emphasis will be placed on exploration and discovery of behaviors and practices needed to maintain a personal recovery plan, while developing a positive self-image and to develop positive self-image through acknowledgement of the processes of recovery from addiction disorders. Recovery services are available for those with a substance use disorder or a co-occuring disorder."