How Can a Recovery Mentor Help?
IOP-(Intensive Outpatient Treatment)
Working in collaboration with clinicians to provide integrated care, CRM’s work with peers individually and attend IOP groups for support.
CRM’s go into the jail to meet with peers, sign them up for services upon release, and facilitate content groups.
YORS-(Youth Outreach Recovery Services)
CRM’s will meet with youth 14-22 years old to advocate and walk beside them in their recovery journey. As well as outreach to schools for education and awareness.
Prevention is the key. Provoking Hope is providing peer-delivered recovery services to individuals in intensive outpatient services through Yamhill County Adult Behavioral Health. CRM’s work in collaboration with clinicians to provide integrated care CRM’s will attend IOP groups as well as meet with peers individually to help them develop life skills and build connections to the recovery community. Provoking Hope as well is sending Certified Recovery Mentors into the Yamhill County Jail to be able to meet with peers while they are incarcerated to mentor them, help them sign up for services upon release, and provide content groups. Provoking Hope provides a program that is directed towards youth (YORS) this program is designed to bring in youth ages 14 to 22 years old to be able to provide a safe and sober environment and team for youth and their families for whatever kind of support is needed and to offer advocacy for you as well as walk beside you in your recovery journey.
MAT-(Medically Assisted Treatment)
MAT is a medication-assisted treatment program that assists peers who have opioid addiction on their path to recovery.
JMAT-(Jail Medically Assisted Treatment)
JMAT is a jail-based medically assisted suboxone program that assists peers on the path of recovery and lowers recidivism in the community.
O.N.E-(Outreach Needle Exchange)
It is a 1 for 1 needle exchange program focusing on harm reduction and create a rapport with our peers conducive to aid the road to begin recovery.
Provoking Hope is partnering with the Yamhill County Correction Facility on a medically assisted treatment (JMAT) program for inmates with opioid addiction such as heroin. Inmates are allowed to start Suboxone, a medication that dramatically reduces cravings. Suboxone is an F.D.A. approved drug for assisted detox for people with opioid addiction. Provoking Hope is also working in partnership with Adult Behavioral Health, Reclaim Clinic, Providence Medical Group, and Willamette Valley Comprehensive Treatment Center. Inmates who are released from custody may continue their medically assisted treatment, such as Suboxone, Subutex, Sublocade, and Vivitrol. Provoking Hope certified recovery mentors will meet each one upon their release and help them get started with outside treatments. Provoking Hope has recently launched a one for one needle exchange program (O.N.E) the goal for this program is focusing on harm reduction and building a report with peers to help them on their path to a successful recovery.
RDP-(Responsible Dad’s Program)
A Father’s group that offers support and understanding. Finding a positive direction for healthy family life.
RMP-(Responsible Mom’s Program)
A mother’s group that offers support and understanding. Finding a positive direction for healthy family life.
TTRS-(Transitional Treatment Recovery Services/Hope House-Stage 2 Recovery)
A sober living environment for men/women giving them a chance to learn how to parent and obtain life skills.
YORS-(Youth Outreach Recovery Services)
This program is designed for ages 14-22 to provide a safe environment and team for youth and their families.
GSP-(Gambling Support Program)
Walking side by side with peers who struggle with gambling addiction.
COPS-(C0-Occurring Program Support)
Walking beside peers with mental health and addiction on their path to recovery.
ARC-(Adult Recovery Court)
CRMs assist peers with accessing resources as well as advocating for them.
Provoking Hope offers a wide variety of programs to help people in the community. (RDP/RMP) is designed to help parents on the path to a new and healthy life with understanding and support in a group setting. (TTRS) is a transitional living program for men/women with children helping transition them onto a path of recovery while enrolled in chemical dependency parenting classes and meeting with a CRM. (YORS) is a youth aged program between the ages of 14-22 years old providing a safe environment for youth and their families as well as advocacy support. GSP is a gambling support program for people who have faced gambling addiction. Meeting with a CRM who has lived experience in this area. (COPS) is focused on peers who have co-occurring addiction. We walk beside them on their journey through recovery. (ARC) CRM’s will work with peers on setting and achieving recovery goals assist with accessing resources in the community and walking side by side with them through the court system.