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Individuals, Couples, & Families


For more than 25 years, we have worked with individuals, couples, and families to help them recover from their struggles with addiction and codependency. Through in-office and online telehealth sessions, we help people get to the root of their problems and break harmful cycles.


With our compassionate and knowledgeable process guiding the path, you and your family will forge new bonds, renew your trust in one another, and learn how to face life's challenges without falling back into old patterns.

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Family & Corporate Interventions


If your loved one or colleague is in need of inpatient addiction treatment, we can support you in navigating the process of staging an intervention. Our method is the one used by all successfully trained interventionists. It reinforces the understanding that coming from a place of love is more effective than coming from a place of anger or blame.

We begin with a conference call with family members to gather information about their loved one’s addiction. Following the call, we come to you for an in-person meeting to discuss what to expect and answer your questions. After that meeting, we typically spend a day or two in preparation for the intervention. During that time, we will share treatment facility options and confirm transportation details.

On the day of the intervention, we join the family to present the agreed-upon options to the client. We also coordinate with your family to decide how to accompany the client safely to the treatment facility.


Once the client is in treatment, we follow their progress to ensure they are taking forward strides in their recovery. We also offer counseling services and resources to support the family during this time. Addiction doesn't just affect the person in treatment; it affects their friends, loved ones, and colleagues as well. We take a holistic approach toward healing addiction and repairing the relationships that have been strained by the disease.

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DOT and Non-DOT Employees


If you have violated a Department of Transportation alcohol or drug testing regulation, Recovery Resources can help you meet the requirement to see a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) before returning back to DOT safety-sensitive work. This applies to DOT employees who work in safety-sensitive positions in one of these federally regulated industries: public transportation (FTA), aviation (FAA), trucking (FMCSA), maritime (USCG), railroad (FRA), or pipelines and hazardous material (PHMSA).

We can also help if you are required to see a Substance Abuse Professional for having failed a Non-DOT employee alcohol or drug test.

Our evaluations consist of:

  • The initial face-to-face evaluation

  • Recommendations for education or treatment

  • The follow-up session

  • 2 SAP Reports to be sent for pre-employment considerations​

DOT and Non-DOT Employers


If your organization is a Department of Transportation company or employer, you may be required to provide every safety-sensitive employee who violates a DOT alcohol or drug testing regulation with a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) referral list. This applies to your business if it is federally regulated in one of the following industries: public transportation (FTA), aviation (FAA), trucking (FMCSA), maritime (USCG), railroad (FRA), or pipelines and hazardous material (PHMSA). The employee is to use this list to select a SAP with whom he or she needs to go through the DOT "Return to Duty" process.

Similarly, some employers may have Non-DOT employees who work in safety-sensitive positions or enter sites that require drug testing. If that employee fails a test, we can help them as well.

Legal Issues Related to Alcohol & Substance Abuse Charges

Recovery Resources has been providing substance abuse assessments and recommendations to the courts since 2005.

Becoming proactive in addressing a legal issue over alcohol or substance abuse can have a positive impact when you go to court. A professional evaluation informs the courts that you are willing to have a clinical assessment to determine if a mild, moderate, or severe substance abuse disorder exists, and it shows that you are willing to seek treatment for your condition.

We work with clients who are facing a first-time charge such as:

  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

  • Public Intoxication (PI)

  • Minor in Possession (MIP)

  • Possession of Controlled Substance and/or Paraphernalia  

Legal Issues
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