For the fourth consecutive year, Recovery Network of Programs is honored to be featured in the top 5 of the Top Work Places survey published in the Connecticut Post (supplement), Danbury News Times, Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Times. Thank you to all of our dedicated employees!
Thank you to all who helped to make the RNP Annual Golf Tournament a success!
Proceeds this year, help to support the Prospect House Shelter.
RNP has been widely recognized by many professional organizations for its leadership, innovation, and performance in the field of addiction recovery. Those accomplishments are important to us because of what they represent for quality care, but achieving recognition is not what drives us as an organization.
Our inspiration comes from the belief that we can make a difference in the life of any person who is struggling with the challenges of addiction to alcohol and other drugs. We understand that sometimes the struggle is complicated by emotional and psychiatric problems, medical problems, family problems, legal problems, homelessness, unemployment, and many other issues that may seem too big to overcome. The problems may seem overwhelming, but our experience tells us that addiction recovery is possible for everyone.
To help our clients in the process of recovery, we provide a wide range of expertise, treatment resources, and a flexible approach to care to help each person choose a plan of recovery that will match his or her needs, strengths, and personal goals. We offer solutions to the many complications faced by persons who are beginning the process of recovery. If you are a person looking for help with recovery, we want to give you help today, hope for tomorrow, and a belief in a positive future.
We encourage you to explore our website and learn more about the services we offer and to consider calling us if you would like more details about how we can work with you.
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Recovery Network of Programs and Mayor William Finch welcome guests to Bridgeport Library to learn the importance of addressing mental health disorders #B4Stage4
Recovery Network of Programs initiates pilot program to offer treatment, rather than incarceration, to non-violent offenders living with substance use and/ or mental health disorders
The Tina Klem Serenity House is a recovery house for women who are living with Co-Occurring Disorders, specializing in the provision of trauma and gender informed care.
A very special thank you to the staff of Her Haven, students from the University of Bridgeport's Shintaro Akatsu School of Design, many volunteers an local businesses who donated their time, effort and goods to help create this beautiful and serene environment for woman to recover in.
Recovery Counseling Services has New Hours:
Monday-Thursday from 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM, Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
Walk-ins are welcomed!
RCS a licensed clinic providing outpatient substance abuse treatment services for men and women ages 18 or older. Depending on client need, clients can participate at either of two levels of care: low intensity supportive counseling, or a more intensive program involving treatment several days a week. Services include the treatment of co-occurring psychiatric disorders, which are often experienced among individuals working on recovery from substance use disorders. A number of specialized services are also available for individuals having needs involving anger management, marijuana abuse, and/or problematic gambling issues. Click here for more information.
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