Substance Use Recovery Support – Designed by Peers for Peers.
We offer comprehensive substance use recovery programs that are designed by peers in recovery for peers in need of recovery support services. Our programs are led by Certified Peer Recovery Specialists who walk along side participants to provide support and encouragement on their chosen recovery path. They also integrate clinical treatment options, like counseling and psychiatry, provided by our partners. Our programs are available for free to eligible participants. Services include:
- Individual peer recovery support throughout your recovery journey.
- Education about recovery options and available services.
- Assistance navigating housing, employment, healthcare, and other community resources.
- Assistance applying for Medicaid, public benefits, rental housing, and jobs.
- Individual and group counseling from the Harrisonburg Center for Relational Health.
- Tele-psychiatry for individuals who chose to aid their mental health recovery with psychotropic medications from the University of Virginia Department of Psychiatry.
These programs are available in Harrisonburg, Rockingham, Shenandoah and Page. They are grant funded and have different eligibility criteria.
Back On Track Recovery Program (Harrisonburg/Rockingham)
This program provides comprehensive recovery services for individuals who seek to overcome substance use or co-occurring substance use and mental health challenges Services include peer support, case management, counseling, and tele-psychiatry. Eligibility is limited to Harrisonburg and Rockingham County residents who are homeless, unstably housed (e.g. couch surfing, doubled up with family or friends, etc.), or who have had a housing voucher for less than 12 months. We can begin working with individuals who are coming out of incarceration up to 3 months prior to release.
Side by Side Recovery Program (Shenandoah/Page)
This program works with people who seek to overcome substance use and/or mental health challenges. It offers peers support, counseling, and tele-psychiatry. Eligibility is limited to Shenandoah and Page County residents who are under 200% of the Federal poverty level and have Medicaid or are uninsured/underinsured. We can begin working with individuals who are coming out of incarceration up to 3 months prior to release.