It is the mission, duty and purpose of Restoration to address, educate, and provide substance abuse prevention
and intensive out-patient treatment services to teens, adults and families.
Restoration is a leading collaborating agency promoting training on the prevention and intervention of addiction and related mental health.
Restoration is committed to reduce the harms of substance abuse through education, prevention and intervention in our community.
Recovery Happens and Restoration: The Distinguishing Differences
Recovery Happens will offer one service:
- Intensive out-patient therapy paid for via private pay and with insurance contracts. Since the formation of Restoration, Recovery Happens will no longer offer sliding scale or pro-bono services. Recovery Happens will continue to serve the communities where we have offices – Fair Oaks/Sacramento County (Head Quarters), Roseville/Placer County, Davis/Yolo County, Walnut Creek/Contra Costa County, with a new office opening in November 2019, San Rafael/Marin County. Recovery Happens website will continue to identify as a provider of intensive out-patient therapy for individuals (teens and adults) and their families in all these cities.
Restoration will be introduced to the community as providing three services:
- Intensive out-patient therapy for those without funding through a sliding scale fee, and a no cost options to those families who qualify
- Community education forums at public/private schools, youth and collegiate sports clubs, churches, universities, hospitals, coalitions, community resource fairs, prisons, jails, homeless programs, law enforcement agencies, foster home agencies, group home agencies, boys/girls’ philanthropic groups, and county agencies
- Equine therapy for those in the intensive out-patient program who would benefit through this therapeutic specialization. This division of Restoration is led by 2 therapists that are certified by the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA), which is the industry leader in certifying equine therapists. Many people have difficulty getting sobriety/recovery through people/therapists as primary agents to assist in their change. Reaching a population that struggles with attachment and trauma, through equine therapy, is Restoration’s mission to help those who would be better served by this specialization.