Transitional Recovery Housing
Our recovery housing program includes two components: 1) operating a Day Reporting Center to provide outpatient restoration clients with treatment, education, community, ideas, peer support, and case management; 2) providing sober living housing to serve individuals released from confinement who are receiving competency restoration
Embark Recovery Housing El Paso County
NOW MANAGING 6 TRANSITIONAL RECOVERY HOUSES
2) MEN'S TRANSITIONAL HOUSES OPEN
1) WOMEN'S TRANSITIONAL HOUSES OPEN
3) ASSISTED LIVING TRANSITIONAL RESIDENCE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Embark Recovery Homes are part of a new program that will provide an added layer of services within the Colorado Department of Human Services' behavioral health continuum of care. These homes, will be used as a transition to a less restrictive setting for individuals with severe mental health conditions. Clients may stay as long as necessary for stabilization with an ultimate goal of reintegrating clients successfully in the community. The focus is to provide continued support with social and life skills development, as well as assistance with other daily life activities based on the client’s individual needs.
Areas of Focus: Awareness, Education, Remove Barriers, Community.
1) Competency Court Support
2) QMAP support
3) Case Management
4) Recovery Support Groups
5) Individual Recovery Coaches
6) Walking Access to Employment
7) Transportation Support
8) Integrated Collaboration with Outpatient Restoration Services
9) Continued Access to Sober Social Activities
10) Access to MH Support, Counseling, and Prescribers
The values of Embark PCA Recovery Services are focused on trust, resilience, friendship, and family.
Embark Recovery Housing core competencies include commitment to recovery and safety of our clients, emphasis on communication and influence and responsiveness to our client’s needs. We emphasize self-care, physical and emotional daily efforts to move forward towards wellness. At Embark Recovery Housing, communication and responsiveness are prioritized to aid in the client’s recovery with the help of restoration providers, house managers, life skills counselors, case managers, QMAP, and peer mentors.
Embark Recovery Housing utilizes a secure and confidential third-party electronic health record site to manage intake and referral forms. Tell us about your situation so we can help you on your path to recovery. All information submitted is kept confidential and Hippa Compliant.
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