Recovery Support services are available to you through a CRS.

  • What is a CRS?

    A CRS is a Certified Recovery Specialist who works closely with individuals in recovery to offer peer recovery supports along with the Case Management staff to assist clients. The main goal of a CRS is to focus on the recovery process.

  • What do they do?

    The CRS support individuals into early recovery and positions them for long term success.
    They work closely with an individual and their treatment provider to facilitate seamless transitions through changes in treatment to ensure that the individual remains engaged in a continuum of care.

    A CRS will provide assistance accessing various community resources, such as, education, housing, transportation, recovery supports, and more.

  • Substance Abuse Helpline


Other Recovery Supports Services Available:

  • YPR Mission

    Our national leadership team creates and cultivates local community-led chapters through grassroots organizing and training. Chapters support young people in or seeking recovery by empowering them to obtain stable employment, secure suitable housing, and explore continuing education. Chapters also advocate on the local and state levels for better accessibility of these services and other effective recovery resources.

    To locate your local YPR chapter at

  • Lost Dreams Awakening (LDA):

    Lost Dreams Awakening, a recovery community organization, is a resource for those in or seeking recovery from addiction. LDA offers education/training, support and socialization to the recovery community and their family and friends. “Helping People Help Themselves”