While at Progress House, all Residents are clinically evaluated in order to determine the proper Treatment Plan, given the nature of the person’s substance use disorder, as well as emotional and physical status. This treatment plan will determine the proper venue for services (i.e., out-patient or residential) and the extent and types of services needed to maximize the opportunity for long-term recovery.
Following are the services that Residents at Progress House will be eligible to receive, all of which are generally covered by Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance plans, and Recovery Works:
Group and Individual therapy sessions that focus on teaching those in recovery the skills needed to get and stay sober as well as how to navigate various situations without turning to drugs or alcohol.
Recovery Coaches are peer support professionals who have been successful in their own recovery journey. Through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment, recovery coaches help people become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse.
If you can’t handle everyday adult responsibilities, then you aren’t likely to be successful in recovery either. Life skills are the tools a person needs to navigate through the challenges of everyday life. These life skills can be built through education and practice.
We help with personal skills such as budgeting and proper hygiene. We help with professional skills such as resume building, job hunting, computer skills, time management problem solving, decision making and critical thinking. We also help with social skills such building self-esteem, improving stress management, regulating emotions and resolving conflicts without the aid of drugs or alcohol.
Substance Use Disorder is a chronic condition that is never cured, but can be controlled by engaging in a 12 step recovery program. This foundational program is essential to long-term recovery, which can effectively control the addiction. As such, clients are immersed into the concepts and practices of 12 step recovery programming through required workshops, frequent participation in 12 step meetings and interaction with a sponsor.
We provide our clients with a single point of contact for multiple health and social services. Our Case Managers are client-oriented and assist with needs that are outside the realm of substance abuse treatment and recovery support services. Ultimately, our Case Managers are advocates for our clients.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. Medications used in MAT are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and MAT programs are clinically driven and tailored to meet each patient's needs.
Our primary medical care services include health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. Modalities include:
Aspire’s Employment Services program provides people with the services and supports they need to increase their ability to work successfully. We also work with employers, at no cost, to help find workers who match their specific needs. Services we provide include:
We offer our clients the services and support they need to increase their ability to work successfully. We work with employers to help find workers that match their specific needs.