Race to Recovery Now

Transitional Housing
West Chester, PA
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1132 Kolbe Ln.
West Chester, PA - 19382

(610) 325-0500 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one jcreppon.rtrn@gmail.com Website Go to Facebook

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About Race to Recovery Now

Race to Recovery Now is a Pennsylvania nonprofit organization founded in January 2014 with the purpose of providing the necessary services and support system to allow for progression through their individual recovery process while they develop the skills to not only survive but thrive within the community. At all Race to Recovery now facilities, they provide their clients with unconditional support as they rebuild their relationships and lives. Their goal is to assist the client as they work to gain their own independence. They believe these services and support are one of the keys to a successful recovery process and will strive to provide them to their clients above and beyond the current status quo. At Race to Recovery Now, they treat substance abuse as an actual disease. Their philosophy for treatment is based on the core belief of people can change and rooted in the ideal that physiological change facilitates behavior change. Their method for treatments entails not just an understanding of the negative causes and effects of substance abuse but also the skills to improve emotional intelligence and overall quality of life. Their functional approach, \'IT\'S ALL ABOUT YOUR INDEPENDENCE\' or your ability to perform & self-direct all the skills, routine & activity patterns that make up your life. Their program's elements for success include: physical strength, a growth mindset, people places and things, faith and spirituality and medication. It's not about the medication but rather a skill set to minimize impulsive fast thinking and negative thoughts. Simply, it's not just about a person's will (power) but their skill developed over time which will lead to a successful recovery.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Services: Outpatient Group and Individual, Intensive Outpatient Program and 6-12 month Resident Program

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