You are not alone
Substance Abuse Recovery
Each day, 433 Americans are killed by drugs or alcohol.  They were moms and dads, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, lovers, friends, neighbors, and coworkers. Each leaves behind jobs and families and communities. Each was worth saving.
At CARE, we provide professional and emotional support to those seeking to change their lives before it’s too late. We believe there are multiple paths to recovery—and are absolutely committed to helping individuals find their path and stay on it. We make connections. We make progress. And we never give up.
Concerned about a friend, employee, loved one—or yourself? We can help you right now. Everyone can find a path to recovery. We’re here when you’re ready.
What Does Recovery Look Like?
Each person served by CARE is matched with a Recovery United peer recovery coach. These coaches are themselves in long-term addiction recovery and have extensive training. Your coach provides the encouragement and support you need to keep you accountable to yourself. They’re here to bridge the gaps, so you have the essentials you need to focus on finding a lasting treatment for substance abuse problems in your life.
We’re here when you’re ready
Together, you and your coach plan an individual path to recovery. This could include group or family therapy, a referral to residential treatment, a 12-step program, medication-assisted treatment, faith-based support groups, mental health services—or something completely different. At CARE, we believe there are multiple paths to treating substance abuse disorders. And we’re absolutely committed to that set of recovery services and treatment options that work for you.
 The National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimate that 88,000 people die from alcohol-related causes each year. In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recorded 70,237 drug overdose deaths in the U.S.