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Aware Recovery Care’s Rehabilitation Approach Is Simple, Direct & It Works. Our Core Belief Is That Every Person Deserves & Can Achieve Recovery.   


We believe strongly that recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives and strive to reach their full potential. Recovery is built on access to evidence-based clinical treatment and recovery support services…


In-Home Addiction TreatmentTM

Aware Recovery Care’s unique and innovative In-home Addiction Treatment (IHATTM) program was founded on the research supported idea that recovery in the “real-world” leads to far better rehabilitation results. In fact, extensive research has shown that receiving medical care and monitored support in the home promotes faster recovery, improves outcomes, and increases the patient’s overall physical and psychological well-being. 

The Aware Recovery Care multi-disciplinary rehabilitation team for each and every client is led by an Addiction Psychiatrist and supported by a Licensed Specialty Care Coordinator, a Family Wellness Consultant Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, an Individual Therapist, and two Certified Recovery Advisors (CRATM). These highly trained in-home addiction care teams are dispatched all over the states of Connecticut and New Hampshire to deliver exceptional addiction rehab services in the home. Our care teams utilize a wide range of the latest evidence-based practices proven to our clients the very best chance of sustained long-term recovery. 

At Aware Recovery Care, we provide a true person-centered and family-systems focused approach. As a result, our addiction rehab program involves family members or loved ones in our clients' treatment plan as essential supports. The family as well as the client benefits from the Aware Recovery Care program. 

Nutrition Assessment and Consultation

One of the many Aware Recovery Care advantages - Nutrition Assessment and Consultation.

There is emerging evidence to suggest that diet and nutrition play an important role in recovery from addiction. Most people who have been actively addicted to a substance have developed poor nutritional habits.

As a result, each client that works with Aware Recovery Care undergoes a thorough nutrition assessment and consultation with our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). We see it as a critically important component of Aware Recovery Care’s 52-week Bio-psycho-social Treatment Curriculum.

The Aware Recovery Care Collaborative Team Model 

Who Will Be On Your Team:

ARC Collaborative Team Model

Addiction Psychiatrist

Addiction Care-Coordinator 

Licensed Individual Therapist 

Certified Recovery Advisor (CRA)

 Family Wellness Consultant

 

*Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield 2016 data

A Year in the Life of an Aware Recovery Care Client