Wellness + Recovery


Our primary value and approach to our clients and families is to focus on their strengths and what they need to move toward wellness and recovery.

In recent years, behavioral health systems have begun to adopt recovery, or the expectation of positive outcomes for people with mental and/or substance use conditions, as a guiding value. Individuals seeking help are met with the knowledge and belief that anyone can recover and/or manage their conditions successfully.

The “working definition” offered by SAMHSA (2012) defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.

At CLR, we strive to provide clients and their families or natural supports with the tools and skills needed to live a satisfying, full, and independent life in four major dimensions that support living in recovery:

  1. Health— Mobile Clinic info, and other community partners/providers (e.g. Genoa)
  2. Home— Outreach info (or summary)
  3. Purpose—Supported Employment info (or summary)
  4. Community— CLR team of clinical staff, Peer Supporters, and others, assists clients in identifying and building natural supports, accessing community resources, and navigating community systems, to achieve and maintain optimal independence and involvement in the greater community.
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