Regaining Hope Through Fresh, New Beginnings
Residential Medication Assistance Therapy Program for individuals with an opioid use disorder (OUD)
Providing ‘whole-patient’ approach to the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
Retraining the Village.org 501(c)(3) is a residential recovery service provider of the MAT (Medication Assisted Treatment) program, in collaboration with MedMark Treatment Centers, BAART Programs, and Sierra Health Foundation, providing a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD).
Research has shown that the combination of peer support, counseling, and medication assistance is successful at treating OUD and helps sustain recovery long term.
Back To Basics offers a transitional, supportive home environment during the MAT recovery period. Residents are also offered sustainability and skills training as part of the Retraining the Village 501(c)(3) re-entry program.
Medications used in MAT are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and MAT programs are customized and monitored by medical clinicians for each patient’s specific needs.
Pet-Friendly Recovery Therapy
The Princess Effect
Animal therapy has proven to lower stress, anxiety, and depression levels in humans.
Halley Crumb, founder of Retraining the Village nonprofit saw the powerful effects that her dog, Princess, had on the men in transition at the East Palo Alto recovery residence.
The positive impact she saw her dog have on those men is why Halley is devoted to offering the first pet-friendly, Back To Basics – Medication Assistance Recovery Program in central California..
Get the recovery support you need in a caring, supportive, (AOD-free), home environment while you work through a tailored rehabilitation program designed specifically for you. Pets are welcomed and encouraged.