T.E.E.C.H's vision is to continue fighting the fight of addiction by building a platform of unity and resources through advocacy and education with the goal of sustaining long-term recovery. T.E.E.C.H strives to build communities that no longer fear or stigmatize the recovering or person with mental challenges but treats them with dignity and respect; therefore, offering services to make this vision a reality.
Family Support Services
Job Readiness & Placement
Multiple Pathways to Recovery
Recovery Support Services are a necessary component of the recovery process. T.E.E.C.H recovery support classes are peer-run and peer-led by recovery coaches and certified peer recovery specialists (CPRS). They are individuals with lived experiences and have a desire to help and support their peers in recovery. We focus on the recovery person, family, friends, and the community. We provide intensive support to those seeking to re-establish themselves in society, encouraging them to strive for life-long recovery and success.
Recovery Support Services
Recovery Coach Training (30 CEUs)
T.E.E.C.H is committed to staying informed. We offer training to the community and professional staff.
Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)
T.E.E.C.H Foundation understands the impact that substance use and mental health have on the community, family, and friends so we developed a ROSC council that is a platform to allow voices to be heard.
Recovery Community Organization (RCO)
We are educating the community about substance use, mental health, and long-term recovery. Addressing stigmas and the struggles of maintaining sobriety.
Substance Use Assessment
Mental Health Assessment
Intensive Outpatient Program
T.E.E.C.H substance use services are clinical services that are separate entities from their recovery support services. These services ensure all program participants receive the appropriate level of care to help them live a productive life. Mental health is one of the primary causes of resuming addiction and it has been determined that co-occurring disorders is prevalent within the recovering environment.
Substance Use Services