Relapse Prevention

Relapse happens to people in all stages of recovery. Relapse prevention programs are designed to help those who have fallen off the wagon already or are concerned that they may relapse in the future. Relapse prevention plans include ongoing support and therapy so that the recovering addict can identify and deal with possible addiction triggers that will arise.

RECO's mission serves to restore light and color to the lives of those suffering from addiction. Through our experiential and comprehensive treatment solutions, we aim to provide a secure, respectful, and empathetic environment in which individuals can truly recover. Employing our expertise in addiction treatment, we work with individuals and their families to foster a renewed capacity for healing, to rebuild relationships, and to create a blueprint for a better life. As firm advocates of collaborative care, we strive to facilitate each individual’s future in lifelong recovery. In the face of addiction, we are all climbing a similar mountain. When left alone, that mountain can feel insuperable. At RECO, we will not only work to climb that mountain with you—many of us have reached its darkest valleys before. We know where you have been, and will invest every ounce of our effort and limitless compassion to ensure a continuous transformation toward the person you will become.

Our Programs are based around each Client and their individual needs, with programs ranging from - 8 to 32 hours of 1on1 counselling. We treat the Roots behind Addiction not just the Surface Problems.

Michael’s House opened in 1989 and has been serving patients and their families through comprehensive integrated treatment for nearly three decades. In 2006, Foundations Recovery Network added Michael’s House to its family of treatment centers, supporting Arlene’s vision and expanding the center to accommodate more patients. Once a facility with 24 beds, Michael’s House now has 120 beds—and has helped countless men and women find the path to long-term recovery from addiction and mental health conditions.