- Addiction Recovery Treatment
RI’s leadership — along with other members of the Crisis Services Task Force of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance) — created the Crisis Now concept and authored the Crisis Now paper; identifying the exceptional practices desired for crisis services. RI focuses on these practices including; recovery orientation, trauma-informed care, significant use of peer staff, a commitment to Zero Suicide/Suicide Safer Care, strong commitments to safety for consumers and staff, and collaboration with law enforcement.
RI is known for creating the best possible recovery experience, using healing spaces with recliners, soft colors and a home-like atmosphere. The teams, comprised of doctors, nursing staff, and peers with lived experience, weave recovery, clinical, and medical services together, providing comprehensive care. RI makes every effort to eliminate seclusion and restraint and to serve all people regardless of level of acuity, without resorting to physical interventions. Peer-operated “Living Room” programs ensure that participants are paired with a team of Peer Support Specialists in recovery. Each guest is encouraged to work with the team and empowered to develop their own recovery plan.