Residential Recovery Housing
Residential recovery houses are safe, healthy, family-like, substance-free living environments that support individuals in recovery from addiction. Reflection House is centered on peer support and a connection to services that promote long-term recovery.
Peer Counseling/Recovery Coaching, Peer-Led Support Groups, and Case Management
A peer recovery coach is someone with personal experience in recovery who assists others seeking to initiate or maintain recovery. The coach can serve as a guide and mentor to those who seek or wish to sustain recovery.
Peer-led support groups, including both12-step (ie.AA, NA) and other mutual aid groups (SMARTRecovery)
Case Management is a comprehensive process that involves multiple steps, including assessing an individual's needs, creating a personalized recovery wellness plan, coordinating care and services with local providers, and advocating for the best options and resources available. The goal of case management is to ensure the safety and well-being of individuals by connecting them to appropriate local resources and promoting high-quality care and positive outcomes.
Training & Education
Residents will receive training opportunities in life skills, parenting, relationships, personal financial management, and workforce readiness to empower them on their journey to sustained recovery.
Residents will receive opportunities for hands-on workforce training through placement in paid internships, potential permanent employment, linkages to trade school programs and receive guidance on pathways to higher education.
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