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When you leave Caron, recovery is for life.

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Caron Treatment Centers accepts patients aged 13 years or older. For more information on services available to those 12 and under, please learn more about Caron's Student Assistance Program.

Caron’s Alumni Relations team is here to help alumni and families maintain recovery and stay connected to their Caron experience. Our supportive community nurtures strength, resilience, and lifelong recovery through regular activities, retreats, events and workshops; Caron Fellowship Groups and ProgramsParent and Family Support Groupsvolunteer opportunities; and the option to become a 12-Step Recovery Contact for newly discharged patients at Caron.

Getting involved.

Research shows that ongoing involvement in recovery activities reduces one’s likelihood of relapse. By making Caron part of your ongoing journey, you draw on the powerful example, hope, and motivation that our group of alumni has to offer while renewing your commitment to a changed life. Not to mention, you help Caron continue to provide drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs for countless individuals.

Together, we can help each other experience the joys of recovery.

When you or someone you know is ready…

Call Caron’s Alumni Referral Line
Let us take it from here.

800-854-6024
  • How You Can Help
    When you support other Caron alumni as they work through the challenges of life after treatment, you not only strengthen their recovery, you renew your own.
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  • Make a Referral
    When someone reaches out for help you can always refer them to treatment at Caron.
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  • Stay Connected
    Staying connected to Caron—and helping others in the process—is an important aspect of the recovery journey.
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  • Recovery Resources
    A list of recovery resources for continued education and healing.
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