Recovery Support Services
Recovery Support services are designed to benefit individuals and their families who are facing a substance use disorder and/or a co-occurring mental health disorder. This program nurtures self-direction, empowerment, and choice. Recovery is often a difficult journey that Recovery Support aims to make easier by providing peers – staff with lived experience in the areas of substance use and mental health concerns – who can provide emotional and informational support. Peer Support Specialists in the program provide assistance with referrals to Region Ten and community resources, transportation, and offer hope in each person’s recovery journey.
You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions about this service here. If you’ve got a question we haven’t covered, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Region Ten buildings and grounds are smoke free. We offer Auricular acupuncture and smoking cessation groups, which have been proven to help reduce cravings.
We are happy to answer questions for family and others; but, all services are voluntary and individuals need to seek services directly. All services at Region Ten are confidential, and information is only shared when a consumer has signed a release or Advanced Directive for a specific person.