Recovery Management is an outreach program helping people manage addiction and co-occurring mental health problems. It offers a community based approach to treatment for a period of one year or more. When traditional substance use treatment approaches have been unable to achieve desired outcomes, Recovery Management is an innovative option.
Through a therapeutic alliance with a master’s level social worker and recovery coach, each client is offered individualized support in her or his own environment. The Recovery Management Team provides counseling, recovery coaching and case management services, which may also be supplemented by referrals to agencies best suited to meet the client’s specific area(s) of need.
To provide assistance to clients in managing the chronic diseases of addiction and co-occurring mental illness, while maximizing quality of life and minimizing acute treatment episodes through continuous community based treatment, coordination of services, and support in meeting biopsychosocial needs.
Kent County residents may be referred to Recovery Management by any Network 180 chemical dependency treatment provider. Recovery Management Services are available to clients after traditional treatment methods have been employed without satisfactory outcomes. In addition to a diagnosis of chemical dependence, most eligible clients will have a co-occurring mental health diagnosis or another factor which significantly complicates the recovery process. Clients must be willing to participate in the program.
Pregnant women, women with children, and those involved with child welfare are a priority for treatment.
Funding is provided by Network 180 and the generosity of corporate donors and private individuals. For more information please contact us by phone at (616) 247-3815 or email at: