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Strong Recovery Team

Large group of people who work at Strong recovery

Strong Recovery is a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) that provides outpatient treatment for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. We use a comprehensive team approach to empower individuals to choose their path to recovery.  

To assist individuals in their recovery, our treatment options include: individual, group and family therapies, mental health therapy, medications for addiction treatment, stabilization service and consultation with medical clinicians who specialize in addiction psychiatry and addiction medicine.  

Our mission statement: “In partnership with patients, families, and the community, we promote recovery from substance use and mental health disorders through holistic, person-centered care that values diversity, teaching and research.” 

Strong Recovery Team

In addition to working with our uniquely-trained faculty, fellows will be integrated into the outpatient addiction psychiatry service team at Strong Recovery. With over 80 staff members, Strong Recovery boasts a diverse interprofessional and inter-disciplinary team that includes: 

  • Addiction counselors (CASACs) 
  • Case Management 
  • Certified Peer Specialists 
  • Family Specialists 
  • Medical & Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners 
  • Mental Health Therapists 
  • Nursing staff 
  • Psych Rehab & Vocational Therapists 

This team provides care across multiple services including an opioid treatment program, primary care consultation service (SUD-PC), and adolescent and young adult service.  

A great place to learn!

In addition to the addiction psychiatry fellowship, Strong Recovery provides multiple education and
training opportunities including:

  • Internship programming for bachelors and masters level students
  • Advanced certificate program in Addictions for Masters-prepared clinicians
  • Licensure supervision (for Masters level clinicians)
  • Annual Joseph Ryan Conference on Addiction Treatment
  • Substance Use Disorder Education Series
  • Medical student education through special electives & the patient instructors' program
  • PGY-2 Psychiatry Resident Rotations
  • PGY3/4 Psychiatry Resident Electives
  •  PGY5/6 Child and Adolescent Fellow Rotations
  •  Family Medicine Resident Rotations
  •  Adolescent Medicine Rotations