At Recovery Care Partner we are just that, your partner!

About

About Us

Recovery Care Partner is your one-stop support system for recovery from alcoholism and addiction. While others assist through a single stage process, no other firm provides comprehensive counsel from pre-intervention through early recovery. Recovery Care Partner provides core services in intervention, treatment advocacy and planning, and post-treatment care.

Who We Treat

You are not alone
One in ten Americans suffer from a substance use disorder. This means nearly every family is touched by it. Thousands of other people are in the same distress as you. Dozens of people call us for help every day.

There is no shame
Alcoholism and addiction are diseases. They are not moral failings nor are they the result of failed parenting. They are diseases that result in intolerable behavior.

You don't have to live this way
Substance abuse is the third leading cause of death in this country, behind only heart disease and cancer. However, it is immensely more treatable. With help, one can live a life free of the remorse, drama, confusion, and bitterness that substance abuse causes. Change is not easy, but help is only a phone call away.

It only takes one first step
Call us. We can provide addiction education, listen to your struggle, and suggest a path for moving forward. It’s that simple. We are honored to help.

Are you suffering? Do you promise yourself you won’t drink, only to hate yourself for drinking again? Do you imagine you can’t function without those prescriptions? Are your friends addicts, pushers, or heavy drinkers? Call us. You may be one of the millions of Americans suffering from the disease of substance abuse. There is a different way to live. There is help.

Are you buckling under the weight of a loved one’s substance use? Do you worry for their safety and well-being? Do you live in fear of late night phone calls? Do you avoid being with them? Have you lost respect for them? Do you want to be able to love them freely again? Call us. Your loved one might be one of the millions of Americans suffering from a substance use disorder. Underneath the disease, they are still there. There is help.

Mission

Our mission is to help those afflicted with substance abuse recover and build stable lives. Our promise – in which our clients have come fervently to believe – is that we will be a trusted, valued partner in their recovery.

As a small core team of professionals allied with the most notable members of the recovery care community, we are experts in what we do. We rapidly identify, surface, and confront substance abuse issues, tailoring our approach to the needs of the client's family.

Our founder, Don Sloane, provides leadership for our compassionate interventions and recovery care services. With over 30 years in the recovery field, Don has facilitated hundreds of interventions and helped to bring relief to a number of families. Don and his team provide hope and inspire sustainable recovery.

Values

Addiction is a devastating disease. It corrodes family relationships, it terrifies onlookers, and it destroys self-respect. For treatment to be effective, there must be a platform of dignity and respect.

Three decades of experience have demonstrated time and time again that the most powerful tools for dealing with addiction are love and compassion, delivered with clarity, firmness, dignity and respect.

Only cancer and heart disease kill more people than addiction. Of these three diseases, addiction is the most treatable. But since addiction is a disease of the brain and one which manifests behaviorally, it takes a significant toll on sufferers and their families. We are sensitive to this and respect that. We respect you.

Ethics

For further ethics information go to www.naatp.org
As member in good standing of NAATP we abide by their code of ethics which reads as follows:

Preamble

The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) and its member facilities believe and endorse the concept that alcoholism and chemical dependence are complex family illnesses in which an individual’s ingestion of alcohol and/or chemicals seriously and repeatedly interferes with health, job performance, family welfare and interpersonal relations.

We believe that a person with alcoholism and or chemical dependence cannot return to the use of alcohol or other mood altering chemicals. Return to such use is viewed as a relapse in the recovery process. Primary goals in treatment are to help assure that the individual strives for sustaining abstinence and together with family members, seeks a more meaningful, satisfying and productive way of life in recovery.

Just as personal responsibility and accountability are underscored in treatment for the recovery process, NAATP treatment providers shall assume such responsibility and accountability in their provision of treatment services, in their management practices, in their staff relationships, in their relationships with other publics, and in their marketing. Further, NAATP providers, member organizations, individual members and associate members will engage and do business only with other like-minded partners and organizations who themselves also abide by these basic ethical practices and standards.

To help assure such responsibility and accountability, the National Association of Treatment Providers has this Code of Ethics. This code of generally acceptable ethical practices is seen as a dynamic statement that has the acceptance of each member and each associate member upon joining the association.

Treatment

  • Specific admission and referral criteria are developed and adhered to for every level of service provided.
  • Quality treatment services are provided that appropriately meet the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of the patient and family.
  • Treatment programs enhance the dignity and protect the human and legal rights of the patient and family.
  • Continuing care (or “aftercare”) services are considered essential to the continuum of care.

 

Management

  • Governing authority clearly states organizational goals and objectives
  • Staff members who subscribe to the professional standards of their respective fields provide interdisciplinary team treatment.
  • Treatment facilities develop relationship with other health care providers to assure they are an integral part of a community’s health care services system.
  • Fee structures are made available to the public.
  • Treatment facilities do not discriminate against any person for any services provided on the basis of race, creed, sex or national origin.
  • Treatment facilities recognize that ongoing internal evaluation of care is essential.

 

Facilities

  • All applicable local, sate and federal life safety, occupational safety, health and fire codes are met.
  • When a facility serves the handicapped, they are assured accessibility and maneuverability.
  • The treatment facility’s environment enhances the human dignity and rights of patients.
  • Positive community relationships are developed and nurtured.
  • There is cultivation of good relationships and communications with related public and private agencies, associations and institutions.

 

Marketing

Financial Rewards for Patient Referrals

No financial rewards or substantive gifts are offered for patient referrals.

  • Treatment providers may refer families or individuals to a variety of treatment or recovery support professionals, including interventionists; continuing care providers; monitoring agencies; and/or referral sources that offer services to patients prior to or after outpatient or residential treatment.
  • However, in no case should treatment providers make payment or compensation to these individuals or organizations in exchange for patient referrals – neither in the form of direct payment, consulting contracts, large gifts, nor other forms of remuneration or compensation.

 

Deceptive Advertising or Marketing Practices

Treatment providers will not engage in deceptive or misleading advertising or marketing practices.

  • NAATP members and member organizations will provide information in their advertising; on their websites; and in their collateral marketing materials about the general location of their facility or facilities; the credentials of their staff; and the length of stay in their programs.
  • In addition NAATP members and member organizations will not utilize any form of false or misleading advertising; will not engage in “patient brokering” will not exploit patients and or families, particularly for the purpose of promoting their programs; and will not engage in competitive practices that are unduly predatory and/or destructive to a collaborative marketplace.

 

Exposing Clients’ Identities for Marketing Purposes

Treatment providers will not exploit their clients’ rights to privacy for the purpose of promoting or marketing their programs.

  • NAATP members and member organizations hold sacred the shared value of our patients’ rights to privacy. Clients’ identities may not be revealed by a treatment provider – neither in the form of photographic images, video images, media coverage, nor in marketing testimonials – at any time during the client’s engagement in treatment.

 

Advertising

Member advertising shall not include representatives, including unsubstantiated representations, that would be false or deceptive within the meaning of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, 15 USC Section 45 (1982).

Commitment

Recovery Care Partner exists for one purpose: to help addicts establish sustainable recovery. We are unwaveringly committed to that goal.

In the normal course of our work, we calm heated family dynamics, we recommend ideal addiction treatment centers, and we have the hard conversations with you – but it is all for the purpose of the main objective, which is helping the addict to recover.

In special circumstances, we hire private detectives, coordinate with the judicial system, and work with broker relationships between health care providers – but it is still for that one objective.

The single focus is to help our clients live a life free of substance abuse. We do whatever it takes.