Recovery & Wellness Program
Highland County Community Action Organization was awarded the SOR 2.0 Grant by the Paint Valley ADAMH Board and Ohio MHAS to provide healthy and supportive activities to people who are currently in treatment and/or recovery from an opioid use disorder, or a stimulant use disorder. Participants can enroll in the program by being referred by their treatment provider or being self referred. Staff will assist the participant in continuing to develop a healthy and supportive recovery environment. The Wellness Program includes a Coordinator who sets up and participates in activities, as well as a Peer Supporter who will be available to continue to support the participant’s healthy recovery. All services are provided at no cost to the participant or their family.
What is our Wellness Recovery Support Program?
Our goal is to help maintain a healthy, supportive lifestyle for those in treatment and/or recovery for opioid and stimulant disorders.
A wide variety of fun activities such as: exercising, swimming, hiking, fishing, crafting, skating, bowling, painting, cooking, budgeting, and so much more!
Don’t let the past steal your present.
The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson