5 Days a Week: (Monday thru Friday 10am-2pm)
3 Days a Week: (Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-2PM)
Individuals will participate in daily peer facilitated lectures regarding life skills, recovery education, and a daily morning check-in whereby all members are encouraged to identify their self-management plans, feelings for the day, and focus attention on the day’s events. In addition, every participant will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a peer recovery support specialist to review their WRAP plans and case management needs. The program will operate on a four week cycle meaning everyone who attends will receive all components of the program within four weeks.
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“God gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers.” Sometimes, even His strongest soldiers need help overcoming such battles. Personally, addiction has been an ongoing battle in my life since an early age. This is my second attempt at the journey of Recovery, after attending an inpatient treatment center in Maryland. I have had experience with CFC Loud and Clear before, attending a few SMART meetings and going on a couple sober events. However I’ll admit that in the past I never gave one-hundred percent. This time around, I took full advantage of what the program has to offer by moving into one of the sober-living houses and attending their IPRP. I was skeptical at first, I have done IOP prior in Hunting Beach California and wasn’t a big fan. This program, however, is nothing like I would of expected. In fact, every day I’ve attended was always something new and different. We don’t just sit around talking about triggers or dangers in using, instead we are taught skills and tools necessary to face life on life’s terms. We set realistic goals, establish Recovery plans, and are able to freely share on how we truly feel without the fear of being ashamed. The IPRP team consist of real people that care about each and every individual that walks through their doors. More importantly these are people who have been through similar struggles themselves, so I felt I could really relate to the team-members on a personal level. Sarah Koste, especially, has been absolutely amazing and someone I’ve had the pleasure of working with directly to overcome different obstacles while keeping a positive mindset. I owe her more than I can give, as well as the rest of the team. Since getting sober as of December 2018, life has hit me with some pretty traumatic events in which I’ve had to experience without the use of any kind of mind-altering substance. If it wasn't for CFC’s IPRP, I’m not sure where I would be at today; nor would I want to know. Since my graduation, I’ve gone back and run a few groups myself, watched my peers graduate, or even just to visit and be of service. I do all this not because I have to, but because I want to. I am forever grateful to the organization and even more so to myself for making the decision to become a part of this program. I would highly recommend it to anyone who suffers from addiction.” - Bryce, IPRP Graduate February 2019
“When I first started IPRP I was a little hesitant. I wasn’t sure if it was going to be like the many IOPs I have attended throughout my recovery. But I was so pleasantly surprised at how it turned out. It held many of the important recovery characteristics but without the clinical monotony that I felt many IOPs had. The staff at IPRP were very welcoming and immediately made me feel a part of the program. I could tell they were very passionate and involved in what they do. The staff had their own personal experience with recovery which I find to be so important, it makes it so much easier to work and relate with them. The morning check-ins coupled with the various alternative recovery groups and exercises we did made for a very refreshing program. I was not only motivated to attend the three days a week but was excited to go. I made friends with the other peers who attended IPRP, all who were equally as welcoming and motivated. IPRP is a very special program. They helped me through my bad days and made my good ones even better. I’m proud to say I’m their first graduated alumni and hope to visit them again soon.” -GABE, IPRP Graduate January 2019
“The value of one addict helping another is without parallel.” These words are the foundation upon which nearly all programs of recovery are built. At its core the statement rings true, but for some such as myself, it takes a bit more. IPRP provided the very necessary segue from residential treatment with not only a 12 step approach but several other recovery programs I would have never been aware of had I not been introduced in my time there. These teachings coupled with imperative life skill based lessons, and one on one counseling, have built the structure upon the aforementioned foundation, and have given me the gift of confidence that lifelong recovery is possible. All made possible, most importantly, by a staff that is genuine in their care and desire to help people. For as we said, one person helping another is without
parallel. -JASON, IPRP Graduate January 2019