CRC's mission and vision statement is simple – to provide hope and help with substance abuse disorders, in whatever way we can, now. We are a non-profit organization that is committed to serving individuals and families in their fight against Substance Use Disorders. While providing the tools for recovering individuals to create positive lifestyles, we aim to spread the word of recovery and educate families, communities, and government regarding SUDs as well as reduce the stigma attached to them.
CRC offers programs of various durations that are dependent upon individual needs and circumstances. The core recovery program is a one-year model comprised of four stages of three months each: other options available are one-, three-, and six-month programs. In all cases, participants are provided with a certified Peer Recovery Specialist mentor who is a successfully recovering alcoholic or addict.
The process begins with strictly supervised day-reporting, which includes mandatory recovery skills sessions, educational programming (life/relationship skills, job preparation, etc.) and 12-step meetings (AA, NA). Subsequent stages transition from a problem-focused routine to a solution-focused, self-responsible lifestyle.
We provide a nonresidential day-reporting program for individuals who:
Our staff of Peer Recovery Coaches (PRC) and Peer Recovery Specialists (PRS) are all recovering alcoholics and/or addicts who have years of hands-on experience in helping other recovering alcoholics and addicts.