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Our Programs and Services

including referrals, peer support and peer recovery specialists.

Empowering People to Help Themselves

We embrace a vision of support, advocacy and self-sufficiency. 

Peer Recovery Support

Our Peer Recovery Support Specialists are individuals who are in recovery from substance use or co-occurring mental health disorders.

 

Their life experiences and recovery allow them to provide recovery support in such way that others can benefit from their experiences.

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Advocacy

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.

Employment

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.

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Housing

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.

Young Adult Recovery Support

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.

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Peer Recovery Support

Advocacy

Employment

Housing

Young Adult Recovery support

We understand that there are many barriers to housing, education and employment for individuals and thus have developed a variety of programs to assist them in achieving these goals. 

We understand that there are many barriers to housing, education and employment for individuals and thus have developed a variety of programs to assist them in achieving these goals. 

Services Include:

  • Job interest assessment

  • Benefits counseling

  • Career development

  • GED Support

  • Developing a resume

  • Job search

  • Completing applications

  • Interviewing skills

  • Problem solving techniques

  • Help with transportation

  • Obtaining appropriate clothing

  • Communicating with employers

  • Ongoing support

PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

 

Referrals 

 

Access to care                                                       

Rule 25/Comprehensive assessment referrals                        

Housing Coordinated assessment resources

Peer Support Services

 

Peer Support is available to individuals who are in recovery or seeking recovery. Peer Support Services are peer-to-peer services designed to promote skills for coping with and managing substance abuse symptoms as well as developing a social network from others who have been through similar experiences.

 

Support includes:

  • Recovery groups and individualized work providing information and helping individuals identify and share what works in their recovery in all recovery meetings.

  • Sharing experiences and creating new strategies related to individual goals.

  • Regaining the ability to make independent choices and taking a pro-active role in treatment and personal recovery.

  • Accessing new resources and enhancing natural resources to build a network for information and support.

  • Implementing the expansion of skills and attempt to practice those skills in the community to move forward in the recovery process while building recovery capital.

  • Disseminating information regarding recovery tools, educational and vocational opportunities within the community as part of the recovery process.

Peer Recovery specialist   

 

Provide non-clinical services and work collaboratively with peers on recovery and integration into the community. We work with are peers to help them build recovery capital, create wellness and long-term recovery. 

  • Help with connecting to medical and social services

  • Problem-solving

  • Crisis support

  • Resource linking

  • Individual skill building

  • Empowering individuals to reach recovery, education, employment and other life goals 

  • Housing referrals/assistance include GRH funded programs: Which could be Group Homes, Transitional Housing, Independent Housing, and Senior Housing.

We understand that there are many barriers to housing, education and employment for individuals and thus have developed a variety of programs to assist them in achieving these goals. 

Services Include:

  • Job interest assessment

  • Benefits counseling

  • Career development

  • GED Support

  • Developing a resume

  • Job search

  • Completing applications

  • Interviewing skills

  • Problem solving techniques

  • Help with transportation

  • Obtaining appropriate clothing

  • Communicating with employers

  • Ongoing support

Contact Us

1 West Water St Suite #210 St. Paul, Minnesota 55107

  Tel: 123-456-7890

ABOUT US

Continuum Care Center (CCC) is a grassroots Non-profit 501(c)(3) organization led by members of the recovery community that provides resources to promote long-term recovery and improve quality of life while building recovery capital.

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ADDRESS

Address: One West Water Street

Saint Paul, MN 55101

Suite #210

Office: (651) 888-6103

Fax: (651) 393-5161

E-Mail: ebacon@contiuumcarecenter.com

Hours: Mon-Tue-Thur-Fri 9AM-6PM Wed 9-AM 9PM