Peer Recovery Phone Support Service
It’s challenging to find help during recovery when transitioning back into the Middle Georgia community. iHOPE’s peer recovery phone support service provides an immediate resource for someone new to recovery, connecting them to positive, practical, and trustworthy support.
iHOPE’s phone support connects people in recovery to peers, allies, and local behavioral health services and encourages sustained recovery and wellness in Middle Georgia. Our phone support service is often used by people transitioning back into our community after completing:
- Addiction treatment
- Hospital treatment
- Opioids Treatment
- Prison or jail time
How Our Phone Support Service Works
The peer recovery phone support service is designed to help people overcome the cultural and practical barriers that can lead to crisis or relapse. During our phone support service session, our team can:
- Connect people to critical resources
- Help build positive momentum
- Empower independent living
To Access Our Phone Support Service or Learn More, Call 478.225.2895
What Recovery Resources are available through Phone Support?
We educate and assist peers in finding recovery resources in our community through independently hosted groups in the iHOPE Addiction Recovery Support Center. There is no single path to recovery, and every person has different support needs.
Some pathways to sustained recovery that we host at our center include:
- 12-step support groups
- All-Recovery meetings
- Celebrate Recovery meetings
- SMART Meeting