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What is the Correctional Facility Recovery Coaching Program?
The Correctional Facility Recovery Coaching Program is a peer-based recovery support program that helps individuals with their recovery. The program is free and available to adult individuals in Minnesota correctional facilities. Through this program, you can work with a trained peer recovery coach. Recovery coaches have personal experience of recovery from mental health and substance use disorder.
Through this program with a recovery coach, you can:
- Receive personalized recovery coaching, peer support, and community resource navigation from a trained Minnesota Recovery Connection recovery coach
- Strengthen your recovery by exploring what works for you
- Prepare for your release plan and establish your short- and long-term goals
- Develop your support network
Q: What happens when I submit my sign-up form?
A: A Recovery Coach will contact you within 2 weeks and discuss how he/she can support your recovery.
Q: How long can I work with a recovery coach through this program?
A: There are no commitment requirements. It goes for as long or as short as you would like to work with your recovery coach. You can continue your work with your recovery coach even after you leave the correctional facility.
How To Enroll
To get Connected with one of Minnesota Recovery Connection’s coaches, you may either enroll online or downlead a form that can be mailed or faxed.
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