Opioid Use Disorder Family Recovery Services (FRS)
Providing support services for individuals diagnosed with Opioid Use Disorder and/or their family members.
Opioid Use Disorder Family Recovery Services are intended to promote growth, wellness, and support for individuals diagnosed with Opioid Use Disorder and/or their family members. Certified Recovery Specialists will work to connect them to other programs and resources that they may need, including mental health counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, professional skills training, parenting workshops, mentoring, and decision-making guidance.
What is a Certified Recovery Specialist?
A Certified Recovery Specialist is an individual in recovery, employed by Holy Family Institute and certified by the PA Certification Board, who works directly with clients to connect them to the community resources and services they need.
What services are provided?
- Service referral and coordination
- Biweekly or monthly groups to develop healthy coping strategies
- Biweekly or monthly family support and recovery groups
- Monthly sober social events
- General support
Who is eligible for these services?
Individuals with a diagnosed Opioid Use Disorder and/or family members of an individual with a diagnosed Opioid Use Disorder are eligible for these services. Clients must present documentation from a medical or mental health service provider that they or their family member has an Opioid Use Disorder diagnosis and is receiving treatment.
For more information on Opioid Use Disorder Family Recovery Services, please contact us at [email] or 412-766-9020 x1456, or submit the referral form below.
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
To get more information on the OUD Family Recovery Support program, to speak with a Certified Recovery Specialist, or to make a referral (including self-referrals), please call 412-766-9020 x1474 or complete the form below.
8235 Ohio River Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
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