Rebuilding Lives | Healing Families | Supporting Recovery
Awakening (IPRP Program | 1-3 Months)
Fortification (3-6 Months)
Broadening (6-12 Months)
Emergent (12-18 Months)
Team Leader (18+Month)
TKGO Career Program
Peer Support Meetings
Life Skills Workshops
Sober Social Activities
Volunteer & Outreach
Case Management & Accountability
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.
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.
Currently in Long Branch, Howell, & Jackson Twsp.
NARCAN & CPR Trainings
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy
Outreach & Awareness Events
Providing substance abuse Recovery, Intervention, Support, and Education
CFC is not only driving awareness to the disease of addiction but helping many people in crisis. By seamlessly integrating all aspects of R.I.S.E. the township, receives recovery support services through mentorship, peer support, community education and outreach (including naloxone training) programs that reduce stigma or discrimination against individuals with substance use disorders.
By bringing R.I.S.E. to your community the following is available, either the entire program or segments of the program.
R.I.S.E. POLICE DEPARTMENT - Opioid Abuse Initiative