Meet Our Partner
AWARE RECOVERY CARE
Meet Aware Recovery Care
Delivering innovative addiction services by transforming the home into the treatment center.
Aware Recovery Care provides accessible recovery solutions by delivering innovative addiction services to those in need right where they live. Privacy and anonymity are respected, and dignity is preserved as they provide a full continuum of home-based care including withdrawal management (in-home detox), medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and management, individual therapy, family therapy, and coordinated medical and behavioral healthcare that is discreet and effective.
SHE RECOVERS® Foundation is delighted to enter into a mission-driven partnership with this innovator in addiction treatment.
A Trusted Resource and Champion of Recovery.
Aware Recovery Care is not only a SHE RECOVERS trusted resource and partner but is also the main sponsor of our 2023 signature event, SHE RECOVERS in CHICAGO, which will take place September 29 to October 1, 2023. We are honored to have the support of Aware Recovery Care to bring this three-day experience highlighting and celebrating strength, diversity, inclusion, and innovation to recovering women and and non-binary individuals who identify with women’s recovery communities.
Aware also made a $50,000 donation in support of SHE RECOVERS Foundation’s mission in 2022. SHE RECOVERS Foundation is grateful to Aware Recovery Care for their ongoing partnership and outstanding commitment to providing trauma-focused, in-home addiction treatment and mental health services to those in need.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with Aware Recovery Care so that we can work together to provide a continuum of accessible, individualized, responsive and evidence-based recovery solutions for women. We are grateful to be aligned with an organization that truly believes in a client-centered approach to treatment and meeting people right where they are at. We believe the in-home recovery treatment programming provided by Aware is unparalleled in their ability to provide holistic support that empowers recovering women to receive treatment in a way that best suits their lifestyle, needs, and respective recovery pathways and patchworks.”
~ Susan Carter, SHE RECOVERS Foundation Executive Director ~
About Aware Recovery Care
Their mission at Aware Recovery Care is to deliver compassionate and lasting solutions for addiction – helping people to “recover where they live.” They do this by transforming the home into a truly client and family-centered treatment environment where people are able to heal and find sustained recovery. They treat a broad spectrum of addictions as they would chronic illness, and their ground-breaking and evidence-based treatment approach provides comprehensive care from a multidisciplinary team of clinicians led by an addiction psychiatrist, a family systems therapist, a registered nurse, and certified recovery advisors. Aware helps their clients learn new skills and daily habits required to maintain abstinence while remaining amongst family and friends in their community, thereby avoiding the often-difficult return home from traditional treatment options.
Clients of Aware engage in a structured, 52-week biopsychosocial curriculum. This patient-centered and medically integrated in-home program is designed to ensure compliance and engagement, while preventing relapses/recurrences. They also offer the possibility of receiving longer-term recovery care.
Aware Recovery Care in-home services are available in Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Virginia – which requires a Mobile Recovery Program – so, no matter where the client is, the Aware team is there.
~ Shelley Halligan, DNP, PMHNP-BC, Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs for Aware Recovery Care ~
Past Conversations + Events
Rising Resilient in Recovery with Victoria LaMadeleine of Aware Recovery Care
How can you transform your life to go from experiencing childhood trauma and a generational line of addiction, to surviving early sobriety and ultimately rising resilient in recovery? How can a moment of desperation turn into an opportunity to “become sweetly willing” to change? Why are radical self-love, connection in community, and meeting people right where they are the gateways to healing and lasting change?
In this courageously vulnerable conversation podcast host, Dr. Tiffany Wynn, sits down with recovering woman, mother of three, wife, clinical outreach manager (and so much more) Victoria LaMadeleine of Aware Recovery Care to answer these questions. Victoria shares her story of surviving to thriving, becoming a passionate recovery advocate and behavioral health professional, and going on to celebrate nineteen years of sustained recovery from addiction…and what she did to arrive at this season of her recovery.
WHAT WOMEN WANT: HELPING CLIENTS EXPLORE THEIR UNIQUE RECOVERY PATCHWORK
July 19 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT / 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Sarah Benton, LMHC, LPC, AADC, Aware Recovery Care
Dawn Nickel, PhD, Co-Founder, SHE RECOVERS Foundation
Join us for a replay of the live event from May 22 with a Q + A session with Dr. Dawn Nickel & Sarah Benton to follow.
- Hear a case example of an individual moving from a recovery pathway to patchwork.
- Explore and describe how current mutual help and peer-led recovery programs can help or hinder women in or seeking recovery.
- Discuss long-term recovery as a lifestyle and the various life domain change and welness opportunities.
- Learn what individualized recovery patchworks may look like for clients versus a narrow recovery pathway.
- Learn strategies for helping clients to navigate and explore their personal recovery patchwork.
Managing the Aftershock of Crisis & Social Isolation | #MentalHealthMonday
In this presentation, Sarah Benton of Aware Recovery Care will discuss how pandemic-related increases in mental health and addiction concerns have impacted individuals in terms of their physical, behavioral, emotional, cognitive and social wellness. She will guide us to explore the effects of stress as well as the importance of self-care in our recovery journeys and teach us how to navigate our own personal challenges following this unprecedented time.
During this engaging session of #MentalHealthMonday, Sarah will help us to understand:
- Social isolation, physical distance and re-opening stress factors
- Types of stress
- Coping strategies
- Creating balance
Partner with Us
We’re dedicated to creating innovative collaborations with corporate recovery partners and industry champions.
These collaborations allow us to further our mission to redefine recovery, inspire hope, end stigma and shame, and empower women to increase their recovery capital with a lifeline of support. Corporate recovery partners aligned with our Intentions & Guiding Principles, will be offered the ability to strengthen relationships with their customers, clients and communities by partnering with one of the largest and most progressive grassroots movements today.
Our diverse and passionate network of more than 325,000 women, and the virtual and viral nature of our movement, offers unique opportunities for creative partnerships that will advance the goals and objectives of both organizations.