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:
The CRC Recovery Model is typically a one year process that is divided into 4 three-month stages:
Under certain circumstances, we can also customize the plan into a more time-compressed variant such as:
The first thirty days are critical because it is in this period that a person in early recovery is best poised to build the foundation of a strong network, and our model emphasizes rapid entry into available pathways to long-term successful recovery. Through peer-oriented guidance, the individual develops a good understanding of what it takes to maintain recovery on a consistent daily basis. The longer the individual stays in a peer-oriented environment of care, the more likely it is that they will achieve full recovery.
During the first 30-day period in the Program, the individual must meet these minimum requirements:
$ 120 Enrollment Fee
$ 35 per week for duration