Access to Recovery
Access to Recovery (ATR) is a federally funded program that provides services to individuals in recovery from a substance use disorder. Because every person and their recovery is different, a key component to the ATR program is “choice.” With ATR, the individual receiving the service chooses what services they want to receive from a variety of network providers.
The goal of ATR is to assist individuals while they’re working a program of recovery by reducing barriers and obstacles often experienced. ATR does this by funding what are known as Recovery Support Services.
- Child care
- Drug Testing
- Integrated Therapy
- Life Skills Coaching
- Pharmacological Interventions
- Recovery Calls
- Recovery Peer Coaching
- Sober Living Activities
- Spiritual Counseling
- Supplemental Needs
*Access to Recovery is scheduled to end 6/30/18*
Access to Recovery is sponsored by Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Behavioral Health and funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).