REACH for Recovery is an innovative program recently launched by Drug Free Delta County.
REACHprovides substance abuse recovery support services - random drug testing, group therapy, individual therapy and weekly appearances before a Community Treatment Panel - to individuals in our community. We have created a network of treatment providers that work together to provide structure and help defray the significant costs of recovery services.
REACH provides community-based interventions with families and provides the structure and accountability that is similar to the current Drug Court model, which has served over 500 addicts in recovery and their families since 2006.
Family Reunification through Alcohol/Drug Free Social Activities is an important goal in REACH. To see a current monthly calendar of social activities, click the "CALENDAR" tab at the top of the page.
REACH for Recovery
Do you or your loved one have a problem with substance abuse?
Do you keep thinking it will get better but it just DOESN’T?
REACH FOR RECOVERY may have an answer to your problem! Just call us at 970.209.1740
Drug Free Delta County team members often hear the cry for help! Working through our local drug courts, we hear recoverying addicts say, “The best thing that ever happened to me was the day I was arrested! You guys saved my life!” The tragedy is the fact that only those addicts who get arrested are saved! What about the individual who just wants to get healthy and is not court-ordered?
Most of the new clients we are meeting through REACH have few financial resources to access, yet they have a desire for a healthy lifestyle. Realizing this, REACH offers partial scholarships to the program. The hallmark of our program is that we treat addiction in our own community, rarely sending clients out of the area for treatment. We believe that when an addict achieves recovery in their own community, their sobriety will be permanent through family and community reunification.
Community Volunteers are essential to the work of Drug Free Delta County. If you'd care to volunteer, just call Pam Bliss, at 970.234.5631.