Aware Recovery Care
556 Washington Ave, North Haven CT, 06473
There is HOPE. We are one of the most comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction rehab programs available in the country. Aware Recovery Care (ARC) is the gold standard in ongoing drug and alcohol addiction rehab care. We provide an effective solution for those suffering from the chronic disease of addiction—in the comfort, privacy, and security of their own home. The founders and executives of Aware Recovery Care (ARC) are healthcare professionals who, working with addiction specialists, have leveraged their extensive professional experiences to build a ground-breaking, research tested, at-home approach to drug and alcohol addiction care. Built on the visiting nurse model, Aware Recovery Care provides a multi-disciplinary team for each client. We help our clients learn the new skills and daily habits they must have to lead lives free of alcohol and/or drugs - in the comfort and privacy of the communities where they live. Our unintrusive treatment approach provides comprehensive care from a team of clinicians led by an Addiction Psychiatrist, a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and a Registered Nurse. Clients receive day-to-day support and guidance on maintaining abstinence and dealing with life on life's terms from a Certified Recovery Advisor (CRA). Aware Recovery Care delivers unique and individualized face-to-face care, in the client’s own home and community, allowing people to “Recover Where You LiveTM". Twenty-three million Americans meet the diagnostic criteria for Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD). Addiction to alcohol and/or drugs cuts across the entire socio-economic spectrum and is the fourth-leading cause of death in the United States, behind only heart disease, cancer and stroke. In addition to alcohol abuse, the abuse of other drugs continues to grow, particularly among teenagers and young adults. Large numbers of this group are becoming addicted to prescription medicines, particularly narcotic painkillers, and then transitioning to equivalent street drugs, such as heroin. Recent studies by leaders in addiction medicine show that those who can maintain abstinence from alcohol and drugs for a full year gain a much better chance of achieving sustained recovery. * Recovery defined as a full-year of abstinence from drug or alcohol abuse.
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