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Recovery Services

Recovery Services are made available to clients during or after substance use disorder (SUD) treatment. Above all, the recovery community becomes into a therapeutic agent where beneficiaries are empowered and prepared to manage their health and health care. Therefore, the treatment was created to emphasize the client’s central role in managing their health by using effective self-management support strategies, and by organizing internal and external resources that are able to provide ongoing self-management support to beneficiaries. Recovery services are usually delivered concurrently with other DMC-ODS services and levels of care as clinically appropriate and clients do not need to be abstinent from drugs for any specified period of time to receive them. It’s important to mention that the services are normally provided based on either self-assessment and/or provider assessment of relapse risk and they include the following service components:

  • Individual and/or group outpatient counseling services.
  • Recovery monitoring such as recovery coaching and monitoring.
  • Relapse prevention which includes attendance in alumni groups and recovery-focused events/activities. 
  • Education and job skills which will work as linkages to life skill services and supports, employment services, job training, and education services.
  • Family Support as linkages to childcare, parent education, child development support services, family/marriage education.
  • Support Groups as linkages to self-help and support services, spiritual and faith-based support.
  • Ancillary Services as linkages to housing assistance, transportation, case management, and other individual services coordination. Beneficiaries may receive recovery services based on a self-assessment or provider assessment of relapse risk.

For more information regarding the recovery services provided contact Center Point, Inc. here.