The Recovery Training Program (RTP) is a 12 week mandatory program for those who have completed their phase of the Residential/Day Treatment.
In this second phase, RTP clients focus on applying the skills they have learned in residential/day treatment to real life. (eg. relapse prevention skills, coping skills, anger management, conflict management, etc.)
To stay in compliance with the Recovery Training Program, clients have to:
- Attend and participate in 2 groups/sessions a week. (Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm)
- Schedule and attend their individual counseling session once a week.
- Pass all drug/alcohol testing. Testings are done randomly once a week, or if suspected that the client is under the influence.
- Update treatment plans as needed and attend recommended support groups.
Upon completion and measurable progress made in the 12 week program, the client is able to apply for the Working to Wellness or Scholarship (GED or College) Program.