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Recovery Program

The CSSL Recovery Program  has offered long-term aftercare support. This proven approach pairs each resident with a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist. This recovery coach guides both the resident and their family through the challenges of early recovery.
The CSSL Program is a holistic approach to aftercare. Our Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists are assigned to an individual for 12 months. During this time, we provide recovery coaching, case management, monitoring, family engagement, and accountability for both the client and their family. The CSSL coach is a guide to assist the client during the often treacherous first year of sobriety. CSSL coaches are trained to understand relapse behaviors long before physical substance use takes place. Through family engagement and recovery coaching, CSSL can help identify when relapse behaviors are present and intervene before a physical relapse happens. CSSL also provides a vital role of helping a family to rebuild trust with their loved one.
CSSL I: “Introduction” – During Discharge Planning from treatment center
  • Review continuing care plan prior to discharge from treatment center
  • Assist in identifying local support resources
  • Secure appointments with community resources
  • Review CSSL program guidelines and expectations
  • Assist in contacting significant contacts
CSSL II: “Transition” – Months 1 through 3
  • Provide introduction to sober living
  • Prioritize immediate needs (issues/events/relationships)
  • Identify specific recovery network
  • Assist with family/support system integration issues
CSSL III – “Stabilization” – Months 4 through 6
  • Formal review of client progress to date
  • Ongoing relapse prevention monitoring through accountability
  • Implement personal development plan addressing
  • Emotional / Behavioral
  • Social / Recreational
  • Financial / Employment / Educational
  • Relationship / Spirituality
CSSL IV – “Acclimation” – Months 7 through 12
  • Review personal development plan, modify if necessary
  • Prioritize and set attainable and measurable goals
  • Address any unresolved medical, legal or other issues
  • Provide budgeting assistance and/or credit counseling referral
  • Client Benefits
  • Facilitates transition from rehab
  • Reinforces and complements the Continuing Care Plan
  • Supports personal responsibility & accountability
  • Offers support & guidance
  • Provides relapse intervention
  • Creates documentation of abstinence
  • Improves rates of recovery
  • Budget Planning/Assistance
  • Assists with reintegration into family
  • Helps client to create healthy boundaries
  • Family/Employer Benefits
  • Provides on-going support for the family or employer
  • Educates and addresses questions and concerns
  • Establishes positive modes of communication
  • Sets expectations, boundaries and consequences
  • Assists in locating resources (Alanon, therapists, legal, or other services)
  • Removes family/employer from the role of recovery monitor
  • Provide documentation of sobriety where needed
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