CFC Recovery

There is a gap in recovery. We are filling it.

Changing lives since 2012.




Rebuilding Lives

Members Stages:

  1. Awakening (IPRP Program | 1-3 Months)

  2. Fortification (3-6 Months)

  3. Broadening (6-12 Months)

  4. Emergent (12-18 Months)

  5. Team Leader (18+Month)

  6. Alumni+


IPRP Day Program

Monday to Friday | 10am to 2pm

The Intensive Peer Recovery Program (IPRP) has been developed to bridge and transition individuals from clinical care into a recovery community organization by utilizing peer support groups and peer case management. The program will educate individuals not only about recovery but will help them develop the integral life skills needed in order to fully assimilate into a sober social environment.


CFC Relapse Prevention Program

Evenings & Weekends

An all-encompassing, peer driven accountability program that offers multiple pathways to recovery and is designed to provide up to 18 months of support to an individual transitioning from the IRPR Day Program or a clinical treatment center. Developed in 2012, this program has a 90% success rate of members in longterm recovery.

Healing Families

Specific programs designed for:





Family Preservation Program

This program will encompass and involve the entire family  by providing recovery sensitive resources, education and  activities for both individual growth and family growth.  Our mission is to support each family battling addiction with  kindness, care, compassion and empathy.  This program will  strive to relieve stigma and shame commonly associated  with addiction and mental health, and will simultaneously  educate, heal and  strengthen the family unit. 


CFC stands for Coming Full Circle

‘I always describe addiction as more of an infection than a disease. It starts off as a wound that isn’t taken care of properly whether that is a chemical imbalance, a belief system that is irrational, unresolved trauma or the inability to cope with conditions. A person finds a substance or behavior that fixes the symptoms but not the problem and the wound becomes infected (addiction). Addiction Treatment is where one goes to clean that wound out of the infection and then recovery, community, and relapse prevention are the protocol in order to finally heal that wound. Once all our wounds are healed, we need to maintain these practices so that any new wounds do not become infected.’ - Daniel Regan, Founder

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I knew my life needed a drastic change. My addiction left me hopeless; my fiance left me, my dreams dwindled into nothing and I isolated myself from my family and the world. CFC has been there to help me become the man my twelve-year-old self would be proud to look up to. A safe place to live, daily meetings, sober activities all helped build the foundation that I have built my new life upon. While all of these things were crucial in my recovery, the love that inspired this program is felt daily by every single one of its members and the community as a whole. Motivation, self-improvement and love are all contagious and CFC has given me all three when I didn’t think it possible. This isn’t just my story of hope, it’s all of ours. A vision without action is merely a dream. Be the change you wish to see in the world.