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Navigate Recovery LIFELINE Program
Navigate Recovery Gwinnett is now offering Navigate LIFELINE, a new initiative collaborating with hospital Emergency Departments, Crisis Intervention Units and medical providers. Navigate LIFELINE will connect opiate overdose (or high risk for overdose) and other addiction or alcohol related patients in the hospital and the Emergency Departments (ED) with Peer to Peer Recovery Support Coaches, every day 24/7.
The recovery coach will arrive within 30 minutes and provide a coaching session that will explore the patient’s options for treatment, detox, recovery housing, recovery centers, continued recovery coaching and meeting sites. During the session the recovery coach will ask if the patient would like to continue services and make plans for follow up check in the next day. All of those seen will be added to continued support services if they so choose.
In some cases, overdose survivors were participating in a treatment program prior to overdose. Navigate LIFELINE coaches will try to reintroduce the survivor to their previous program. This motivates the survivor towards a deeper commitment to recovery. This is also an opportunity to introduce the survivor to additional recovery pathways if appropriate.
Navigate LIFELINE connects survivors with the support and resources they need to become well again. Those that accept the services ongoing after the visit to the ED or acute care will be followed throughout the year.
Learn more about our Navigate LIFELINE Program, or any of the other services that Navigate Recovery provides we encourage you to contact our Executive Director, Susan Barge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a trusted nonprofit organization, Navigate Recovery Gwinnett exists to aid addiction sufferers and their families, while bolstering the community support needed to transform the landscape of addiction care in Gwinnett. Everything we do is focused on achieving better care and better results for addiction treatment. We believe the chronic condition of addiction is best treated in a self-directed, recovery-oriented system of care. We act as a connector, guiding individuals to the appropriate care for their recovery so they can find wellness and thrive.
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