The RHP offers counseling and therapy for clients that are dealing with everything from recovery from Substance Use Disorder, Mental Health issues, and the Reentry process. Our Counselors work closely to provide a client directed evidence based program. Client's work together with our Counselors to form a partnership in developing the skills to find success in their life.
The RHP provides groups to for our clients to be able to work in a environment in which they are able to get the social supports and insight to allow them to make progress with their goals. From specific classes designed to assist clients with things like Life Skills, Relapse Prevention Strategies and Recovery Support, the RHP is here to make sure that everyone can self direct their treatment.
The RHP is here to help clients be able to connect to the resources they need to help them on their journey. We work with Convoy of Hope, Gathering Friends, O'Reilly Center for Hope (One Door) and others to offer our clients real avenues for assistance. Our Case Managers assist our clients with getting connected with Vocational Rehab, Missouri State Cares and other groups. Whether it be for Recovery, Reentry or Mental Health, the RHP believes in the three E's of recovery and reentry: Employment, Education, and Environment.
The Restoration of Hope Project’s sliding fee program is designed to reduce barriers to accessing health services by offering outpatient services at a discounted fee to those who qualify. The Restoration of Hope Project’s schedule of fees is based on household size and the poverty guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under authority of 42 U.S.C. 9902(2) and with approval from The Restoration of Hope Project’s Board of Directors. The discount schedule is updated annually based on changes to the poverty guidelines. As mandated by federal rules governing Federally Qualified Health Centers, to qualify for the sliding fee program, patients must:
The Restoration of Hope Project offers several different classes and groups to meet the needs of clients. Each client will be assessed and recommended for classes and groups based on their needs for treatment in addition to their individual counseling.
Client's will attend evidence based classes. During their 12 month program stay they will be expected to complete four evidence based substance use disorder classes. Each client will then be expected to complete four skill building classes that are designed to prepare the client for life after the program and post incarceration. Each client will be expected to complete skill based classes ranging from life skills to financial classes to parenting classes as part of the curriculum.
Clients will also attending group and individual therapy during the program as well.
An Introductory Course to Develop Practical Skills to navigate your new Recovery Life. A 6 week class that prepares the client for learning the tools for their new life in recovery from substance use. This course also considers addictive and criminal thinking and the importance of treatment.
Treatment for Criminal and Addictive Behavior. This is a 12 week class that uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to assist clients in seeing the flaws in their criminal and addictive thinking.
Living in Balance is a research based, flexible, practical, and user-friendly substance abuse treatment curriculum that helps clients address issues in lifestyle areas that may have been neglected during addiction. Offering Sessions 1-37.
The Love and Logic Institute, Inc., developed training materials designed to teach educators and parents how to experience less stress while helping young people learn the skills required for success in today's world. ... That the children's failures must be coupled with love and empathy from their parents and teachers.
MRT is a systematic treatment strategy that seeks to decrease recidivism among juvenile and adult criminal offenders by increasing moral reasoning.
Seeking Safety is a present-focused therapy that helps clients attain safety from trauma (including PTSD) and substance abuse by emphasizing coping skills, grounding techniques, and education.
Staying Quit is a program that helps clients avoid a relapse by recognizing risky situations, coping with urges and cravings, being around users, understanding support issues, and taking charge.
The Matrix Model is a treatment approach that is administered over the course of a structured period. Used most often with people who are addicted to stimulants (mainly cocaine and methamphetamine), the program is highly structured and is largely made up of of a group therapy sessions.
Knowledge is power, and psychoeducation aims to empower people in treatment to overcome their addictions through education. The following topics will be covered:
Stages of Change
Cost of Addiction
Experiential Therapy (Creative Recovery)
The RHP now offers Recovery Housing. Our housing is not Sober Living Housing. We are looking to raise the bar in housing for those that are dealing with Substance Use Disorder or Mental Health Disorders and are looking to improve their life. The RHP requires treatment for their housing clients so that they may find their best outcomes and recovery. We are not a Bed and Breakfast. We remove the barriers to being able to afford housing and treatment.
RHP Recovery Housing matches the typical costs of Sober Living Housing in the Springfield, Missouri area. The difference being instead of someone needing to outsource or locate treatment options, our Recovery Housing provides your treatment. That is right it is included in the cost of your weekly program fees.
Your treatment is provided by Licensed professionals who are looking to assist our clients make life changing progress. There is not an expectation of perfection but an understanding that this is a struggle with a disease.
We are here to work for you and advocate for you, the client. We will partner with you and take each and every step with you. The process of re-entry can feel impossible. The RHP is here to help you find success in any of these areas that you need help from employment, housing, education, recovery, community support, mental health and family. We want to help you find HOPE!