Peer Recovery

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Our Quality of Life Assurance 

An important aspect to the pathway of recovery is maintaining a holistic approach to improve quality of life. Our Professionals help individuals and families look at several dimensions of recovery and collaborate with you in the development of your life plan.

 

We believe in the capacity for personal transformation and work with you toward a powerful, positive, and compelling vision for a successful future.

 

 Dimensions of Wellness

  • Connection to the Recovery and Wellness Community 

  • Mental & Emotional Health 

  • Physical Health 

  • Spiritual Health 

  • Vocation & Education 

  • Personal Daily Living 

Quality of Life

  • Form connection and a sense of belonging through conversation by sharing stories, successes, strategies, etc.  

  • Serves as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking, or already in recovery. 

  • Check in regularly through private message text or video to keep the client accountable and on track. 

  • Examine Life Balance (Physical health, family, finance, social life, career, home, community involvement) through assessment tools used in the industry. Help individual by reviewing each with checklists and other resources. 

  • Set goals and create challenges, make action plans. For example: Attend 2 AA meetings a week., Exercise 20 minutes 3 times a week, etc. 

  • Track the progress and measure outcomes of the client through journaling or charting.  

  • Discuss triggers and ways to avoid them to avoid setbacks or relapse. For example; the coach will provide tools to help a client “play the tape forward” to avoid problems. 

  • Help find resources for harm reduction, detox, treatment, family support, and education, local or online support groups; or help a client create a change plan to recover on their own. 

Peer Recovery Professional Code of Ethics 

  • All individuals are unique and have special needs, goals, health attitudes and behaviors and expectations for recovery. 

  • Persons in recovery share some similarities, however, management of their own lives and mastery of their own futures will require different pathways at times. 

  • All persons should be offered equal access to recovery and have the opportunity to participate in their recovery process. 

  • All persons are to be treated with dignity and respect. 

  • All persons deserve the right to privacy and confidentiality regarding their recovery journey. 

  • An appropriate use of sharing personal stories. 

  • The focus of the relationships are for the individual being served and not for personal gain. 

  • As representatives of people in recovery our actions influence how the community sees the recovery movement. 

  • Work to advocate for those in our service, especially those who feel they have no voice. 

  • Respect the cultural diversity of the people we serve. 

  • Acknowledge our own biases. 

  • Treat persons in our care as resources. 

  • Maintain personal recovery, if applicable 

  • Do no harm. 

  • Carry hope to individuals, families and communities. 

  • Improve yourself; Give your best. 

  • Accurately represent your recovery experience and the role from which you are speaking. 

-Adopted from the CCAR CODE OF ETHICS AND CONDUCT FOR RECOVERY COACH PROFESSIONALS (RCP) 

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DISCLOSURE

This is NOT insurance nor is it intended to replace insurance. This discount card program contains a 30 day cancellation period. The plan is not insurance coverage and does not meet the minimum creditable coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act or Massachusetts M.G.L. c. 111M and 956 CMR 5.00. This plan provides discounts at certain healthcare providers for medical services. This plan does not make payments directly to the providers of medical services. Discount Medical Plan Organization: Telehealth Recovery Network, LLC., Attn: Compliance Department, 10820 Craighead Dr., Houston, TX 77025.