When it becomes apparent that someone you love or someone you work with has been adversely impacted by their unhealthy relationship with alcohol and/or drugs, knowing where to begin to find guidance and support can be a daunting task. At Recovery Care Partner, we want our clients to make an informed decision before engaging with any of our services. We gladly provide up to a free 30-minute consultation for our prospective clients so that they can make an informed decision about whether or not our support is appropriate for their circumstance. Beyond the initial complimentary 30-minute conversation, we offer addiction consulting services at an hourly rate.
Addiction is a disease. It’s also the third leading cause of death in the United States. Effective treatment requires what other deadly diseases require: professional support.
Because addiction is a brain disorder, it requires not only treatment but also acknowledgement that treatment is necessary. Because it’s a disease that affects the entire family, it requires community support. Recovery Care Partner intervenes in such a way that the addict/alcoholic will likely accept help and the family will begin to recalibrate healthy patterns.
Recovery Care Partner intervention services are guaranteed to be loving and compassionate. We are clear, firm, and professional, because the life-threatening circumstances of alcoholism/addiction require it. We will never resort to the bullying and dramatics that some publicized interventions portray.
Participating in an intervention is emotionally challenging. Most people report it among the most difficult things they’ve ever done. Our interventions are highly choreographed and based in love, because that balances the fear, anxiety, and anger from which they arise.
We are zealous about protecting you from the emotional and financial stress of repeated interventions and/or treatments. Thus, we guarantee three things:
When leaving an inpatient treatment facility, there are sure to be challenges and some of the most common thoughts the newly recovering person may be thinking are:
This service provides support to the newly recovering alcoholic and/or addict by providing the help necessary for successfully dealing with these and any other challenges the person in recovery may face on their return home, in addition to accompanying them to 12-Step meetings, doctor appointments, work, family functions, social functions, etc.
Sober companion services can be engaged on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
Recovery from addiction is not an event; it is a process that requires a multifaceted rigor many newly recovering individuals struggle with. This struggle contributes to the astonishing 70% to 80% of people that relapse within the first 90 days following their inpatient treatment experience. Recovery Care Monitoring (RCM) is a humanistic individualized transitional support methodology for the newly recovering person. RCM is not treatment or therapy but rather a proven structured framework to maximize the likelihood that one can traverse the transition from the “cocoon” of treatment to an independent and sustainable recovery without experiencing a relapse.
When an adolescent or young adult leaves treatment, they are faced with a different set of challenges than an adult, therefore requiring a different mode of engagement. Recovery Care Partner’s Transition Coaching provides individualized support, which is in concert with parents, as well as surrounding issues like academics, life skills augmentation, executive function capabilities, time management, resume writing, job searching, interviewing, introduction and companionship to local 12-Step young people recovery networks, and how to manage the challenges of being in an age group where “partying” is the social norm.
There are occasions when a newly recovering person needs intensive discreet and professional one-on-one support. Our Sober Companion service does just that. We support individuals that:
Our sober companion services provide accompaniment to:
Our sober transport service ensures that your loved one makes a safe and sober transport from Point A to Point B. This can be to or from treatment.