Recovery Support Services
Recovery support services assist adults and youth who are recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, and/or mental health issues. Recovery support services are essential in preventing the use of drug or alcohol long-term and/or ensuring that mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression do not return.
We understand having adequate support and resources lets clients know they are not in the fight alone and others around them genuinely care for their health and well-being. Our clients receive the necessary support to ensure they meet their recovery goals and are able to live a happy and productive sober life.
Groups are offered virtually due to COVID-19.
Support groups play a big role in the recovery progress of our clients that are dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. These groups provide ongoing support virtually and in a community setting. Participants meet in a group with others in recovery, once a week or more, sharing their experiences and offering encouragement.
Peer Group Therapy
Peer group therapy involves discussing issues and recovery paths with others that have or has overcome a similar condition. Clients participate in group sessions to receive the support and care they need on their path to sobriety.
Life Skills Development
Preventing a relapse long-term requires developing life skills. We work with clients to develop skills that allow them to succeed in daily life. As a part of life skills development, clients learn to deal with their emotions, develop social skills, and form meaningful and long-lasting relationships.
Peer Recovery Support
Peer recovery support services, such as recovery community centers, help individuals remain engaged in treatment and/or the recovery process by linking them together both in groups and in one-on-one relationships with peer leaders who have direct experience with addiction and recovery.
Recovery is often a lifelong process. We offer recovery coaching and continuous care to ensure clients have the support and mentoring they need long-term to stay sober and in a good state mentally and physically.
FTH's Recovery Principles
All services are individualized, and a multidisciplinary recovery plan is developed with the person receiving the services and any others he or she identifies. The recovery plan includes the person’s strengths, interests, and goals, and reflects a holistic understanding of behavioral health and medical concerns, along with the desire to build a meaningful life in the community.