The Healing House, Inc. Non-Residential Aftercare Program is a key recovery support component bridging the transition from a housing program to sober, independent living for persons with Substance Use Disorder-Opioid Use Disorder (SUD-OUD) in the Jackson County area.
The program focuses on resource referrals, individual counseling, education classes (vocational & HiSET), open 12-step meetings, Domestic Violence groups, employment services, and healthy lifestyles choices. Family counseling is available to spouses, partners, children and parents who have been affected by their loved one's addiction.
Families receive professional guidance to process trauma and are provided opportunities to develop a strong social network in the recovery community. Offering non-residential services and programs with extended day, evening and weekend hours will increase availability of resources to aid participants' recovery.
The Non-Residential Aftercare Program has the potential for significant long-term impact on the health and safety of Jackson County and Northeast Community residents, including decreased violence, improved neighborhood vitality, and decreased Mental Health and Hospital Services costs.
This COMBAT grant founds four full-time and one part-time staff positions for the Non-Residential Aftercare program. These positions will focus on the utilization of resources for clients with Substance Use Disorder-Opioid Use Disorder and their families.
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