PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Continuum Care Center will play an important role in contributing to the recovery community though support, advocacy, and education. We plan to provide input about legislative issues and get the community involved in taking action to improve and protect the rights of individuals and families affected by substance abuse disorder. More...
Whether you are you looking for a job, interested in education or training, CCC can help support you on your path to greater independence. At CCC, we continue to build professional relationships with various employers and peers help you gain skills in interviewing, resume writing, and avenues to prepare for the position. We will also refer individuals to positions or organizations who would have positions which meet their skill sets. More...
We offer Peer Support to young adults between 18-24 who suffer from substance abuse disorders and have limited support and resources to navigate the system while trying to recover. We provide quality services for you and your family, education, Peer Support from young people who can share their experiences with substance use disorders and recovery. More...
We strive to help people with barriers to live self-determined lives in their communities by providing recovery support, advocacy, and resources or referrals to other services that may be needed.
Continuum Care Center helps with obtaining quality housing in the community. Many people prefer to live in their own homes and apartments, instead of living in the types of supportive housing that are approved for by GRH. We work with you to help you find suitable or affordable housing that you qualify for. More...
WHO WE ARE
Continuum Care Center (CCC) is a grassroots Non-profit organization led by members of the recovery community that provides resources to promote long-term recovery and improve the quality of life while building recovery capital. At CCC, we work with other community service providers and organizations to help the consumer link or navigate there barriers to recovery. We provide culturally specific peer support services and resources to the most vulnerable population. We offer non clinical services to support those in treatment centers, or other settings, ranging from treatment programs, criminal justice agencies, to shelters and other service organizations.
We are committed to providing a welcoming, safe, and supportive environment for those seeking recovery and during the initiation, ongoing, and post-acute stages of recovery. We recognize that each individual we serve comes from diverse socio-economic backgrounds, ethnic groups, gender identities, and religious beliefs. We are peer-driven with a majority of our staff and volunteers are from diverse communities and are in long-term recovery from substance use disorders. We are not professional counselors or therapists. We are people who have found a pathway to recovery that is meaningful, and we seek to share our hope and experience to support others who wish to find the same.
Minnesota Recovery Connection is one of several Recovery Community Organizations in Minnesota. A leader in the Recovery Community field in the Twin Cities Area and an ally to other Recovery based organizations. They provide trainings for Recovery Coaching, and Volunteer Opportunities. Minnesota Recovery Connection also has a number of additional resources available to those seeking additional resources. Please click on the image above to be taken to their website.
Continuum Care Center is a Recovery Community Organization
ERIC BACON, LADC
SAMANTHA WALKER, MS
PEER RECOVERY COACH
Eric Bacon. LADC is the CEO and Founder of Continuum Care Center. With a number of years serving the homeless population and those with SUDs in the community. He is in long-term recovery with over 25 years
Dr. James Shelton, President
Samantha is the Program Manager at Continuum Care Center and has a MS in Human Behavior and has a number of years experience working with individuals experiencing SUDs and co-occurring mental health issues and is in long-term recovery.
Cliff has 16 years in Recovery and went through Minnesota Recovery Connection's Peer Recovery Coach Training. A new addition to our team, he shows great skill in helping others, care, concern, and is now working on his certification