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Addressing mental health and recovery issues is a process; and you need to find a place that feels comfortable and supportive.

Let Roots Through Recovery’s experienced clinicians and case management team work with you to help determine your next steps. We want you to have choices to work with that give you and loved ones the best outcomes.

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Help us to understand where you are at, so we can determine what is the best fit for you. When you reach out to us we will work together to figure it out.

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We know it is challenging to decide which facility will be best for your child or loved one. If you feel we are not the right place, we can make other recommendations.

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We understand that it is difficult to help someone when you don’t have the kind of experience it takes to help someone that is struggling. We acknowledge your courage and willingness to help someone that may not be able to help themselves. We will respect your confidentiality and will guide you through this process.

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If you have determined that your client needs additional care and support, we will collaborate with you to determine the best course of action. We believe in the team approach to treatment!



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