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Recovery Support Services

Caron’s Recovery Support Services specialists help you establish local recovery connections and take recovery-positive actions.

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1 Your Role
I want to learn about treatment options for:


2 Basic Information
The Person is:
years old


graduated high school

3 Condition Information
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 services are designed to assist you as you make transitions during your recovery process, particularly those that may be more challenging, like transitioning from residential treatment to home. Even if you did not have treatment at Caron, you can still take advantage of these services.

A Recovery Support Services specialist will determine which services are most appropriate for your situation or recommend a higher level of care if needed. This program is not a substitute for continued treatment or your participation in a 12-Step program or other recovery program.

FAQs

Why do I need these services?
Caron’s more than 60 years of treatment experience has shown us that periods of transition can be very difficult for individuals in early recovery. We have found that individualized, clinically driven support is the best way to address the challenges of transitions in early recovery.

Who will work with me?
You will be matched with a Recovery Support Services specialist, who is a trained clinician with extensive experience in recovery support programs.

How do I enroll?
Your clinical team will make a recommendation as part of your aftercare planning if the program is appropriate for you. The Recovery Support Services specialist will then coordinate with the team to ensure you have a smooth, comfortable transition when you are discharged.

Is my family able to participate?
Families have the option of participating in the program in the form of bi-weekly family meetings to be held at home or at one of Caron’s recovery centers (if accessible) or via phone. These meetings can be used to address challenges and successes within the family system during early recovery.

How long is the program?
Length varies by individual. Your Recovery Support Services specialist will design a plan and time frame for you.

What am I expected to do?

  • Follow Caron’s clinical recommendations for continuing care and actively engage in the identified recovery-related activities, including:
    • Maintaining complete abstinence of mood-altering substances, including alcohol
    • Communicating with your Recovery Support Services specialist regarding all clinical and wellness appointments, as well as recovery-related and 12-step activities
    • Agreeing to random urinalysis and/or SoberLink alcohol monitoring throughout the entirety of the program
    • Signing pertinent releases to allow communication with key stakeholders (clinical team, referent, family)
Services Provided
  • Recovery support screenings to connect you with the most appropriate resources
  • 72-hour critical reintegration services to promote a successful transition into your home environment
  • Intensive stabilization visits to support you as you re-engage with recovery programs
  • Case management to assist you in developing a strong local recovery support network
  • Bi-weekly facilitated family meetings to improve family relationships
  • Drug testing to reinforce accountability
  • Connection to appropriate support services in the event of reoccurrence of use

You can read about the services in detail below.

72-hour Critical Reintegration Services

  • Support unpacking your belongings and organizing your home
  • Review and discuss your recovery action plan
  • Remove any intoxicating substances and/or paraphernalia from your home
  • Provide recovery program education
  • Accompany you to twice daily recovery meetings
  • Connect you with a 12-Step Caron contact
  • Connect you with your local Caron alumni coordinator
  • Assist in finding a local pharmacy to fill your medications
  • Support your daily routine (wake up and wind down)
  • Schedule and attend all clinical and wellness appointments
  • Take you to visit your Caron Recovery Center (if accessible) to introduce you to staff and explain available resources
  • Monitor twice-daily breathalyzer tests via SoberLink
  • Administer daily drug testing
  • Support employment/academic planning and transition

Recovery Support Case Management Services

  • Meet with you weekly for individual case management sessions
  • Assist you in creating a weekly schedule that addresses key life areas and supports recovery maintenance
  • Monitor progress during transition and communicate with key stakeholders
  • Coordinate educational development support and/or career coaching
  • Coordinate local clinical care, which may include intensive outpatient programming, therapy, psychiatry, etc.