The clinical team takes great care to assign teams the young adult client will be able to relate to, typically dynamic people with similar lived experiences. Teams will work with the client on recovery goals as well as life skills.
While it is a priority for clients to engage in the addiction treatment process, it is equally important that family members participate in a parallel recovery process. Being the spouse, child or loved one of a First Responder brings a unique set of sacrifices- missed birthdays, holidays and special events as well as their coming home after witnessing traumatic events. Our Family Systems Therapy provides support tailored to the dynamics of a First Responder Family Wellness at Aware includes increasing awareness of the vicarious trauma associated with their loved one’s profession.
We treat young adults, 18+ in the states listed below, in their current living environment that may include an academic setting, family home, a dorm room, or off-campus living.
Each Aware Recovery Care young adult client and family are assigned a treatment team that includes a Care Coordinator, Certified Recovery Advisors, and Family Wellness Facilitator. Teams will work with the client on recovery goals as well as life skills. The client and their family members will be matched with a Family Systems Therapy provider who can meet their specific needs.
The young adult treatment model requires that families will be intimately involved in the treatment process. While the treatment center is in the “home,” our treatment team members are also able to foster a sense of autonomy and independence with our young adult clients virtually and physically. The Family Wellness Professional assigned to the client’s care team will serve as liaison and support the family, while the Care Coordinators and Certified Recovery Advisors will work directly with the client. We are also able to collaborate and connect clients with:
We guide our young adult clients and their families to community resources and can partner with the following: