If you are struggling, we can help.
Alcohol doesn’t have to wreak havoc on your health or your relationships.
One in eight American adults meets diagnostic criteria for an alcohol-use disorder. Aware’s Yale University inspired, evidence-based treatment has shown that long-term, in-home care is an effective way to treat chronic alcoholism.
Life isn’t linear.
Neither is our treatment model.
We tailor our approach to address your needs.
Our team-based model is supportive, nonjudgmental, and compassionate.
Here’s how it works:
First home visit
At an agreed-upon time, you’ll meet your Care Coordinator and two Client Recovery Advisors, receive an overview of the program, and identify any family or friends that you’d like to include in your recovery journey.
We’ll work with you to transform your home into the “treatment center,” and set up the next few weeks of visits.
Creating your custom treatment plan
Your Care Coordinator—a Nurse/Social Worker who develops and maintains your treatment plan—will help customize your program, schedule your psychiatric evaluation, and identify any necessary outside providers (Primary Care Provider, Therapist, or Medical Specialists).
Goal-setting & community resources
Your two Client Recovery Advisors (CRAs)—the peer support members of your team—will meet with you weekly, connecting you with community recovery resources and putting your Recovery Wellness Plan into place.
Your CRAs will take you through a series of Intervention Guidelines that directly apply to what you’re struggling with. They’ll also administer drug screenings, but don’t worry—these are non-punitive and simply serve as an awareness tool.
Building family supports
A Family Education Facilitator will meet with your family to support them in your recovery, educate them about the recovery process, encourage self-care, and connect the family to recovery resources.
When the time is right, Aware will connect you with a Family Systems Therapy Provider to work with you and your loved ones in the healing process.
Virtual talk therapy
You’ll be assigned a Psychotherapist (IPT), receiving up to 20 telehealth sessions. Your IPT will help you with issues like managing stress, improving self-esteem and self-compassion, enhancing communication skills, addressing negative thought patterns, and identifying and supporting your unique needs and goals.
Throughout the entire treatment process there will be many team meetings to ensure continued alignment with the client, the care team, the family, and their goals.
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