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.

 

Our Vision:

Restoration is a leading collaborating agency promoting training on the prevention and intervention of addiction and related mental health.

 

Our Mission:

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:

  1. 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:

  1. Intensive out-patient therapy for those without funding through a sliding scale fee, and a no cost options to those families who qualify
  2. 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
  3. 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.

 

Funding:

  • Public grants – specifically public grants associated with Prop 64 (the legalization of recreational marijuana)
  • Private grants from foundations in line with our mission
  • A yearly local fundraiser.

 

Summary:

Restoration’s three departments; IOP treatment, community education, and equine therapy will be part of the solution in the fight for health, wellness and recovery in our communities. The communities we currently serve are struggling to offer treatment to those who are without funding and the need for intensive out-patient treatment continues to rise in part due to the increase of THC in marijuana from 2-3 % THC to 74%-94% THC in vaping marijuana. Insurance companies are rejecting primary marijuana addiction diagnosis and families are seeing significant decline in mental health with marijuana addiction. The increase in opiate addiction is another specific population where there is identified need for IOP treatment for those without financial means. Our long-standing relationships and collaboration with our local medical doctors prescribing anti-craving medications will benefit our clients. This problem indicates a greater need for Restoration’s services. Our local teens and parents are in need of preventive education about the vaping product industry that is targeting the youth and college age adults. Schools are calling weekly with questions about how to address this in their schools with the parents and other local coalitions trying to get the education to the community. Finally, our ability to offer alternatives to typical talk therapy will give our clients the opportunity to find recovery through equine therapy.

 

Our Board Members:

Mishalle Maxey, Known as “Mickey”, she has been in the Real Estate business for 20 years first as an appraiser for 6 yrs and a Realtor for the past 14 yrs. Mickey is a member of the Placer County Board of Realtors MasterClub top 3% in Placer County for the past 10 yrs. Her late husband Pastor Rob Maxey was the executive director of Youth For Christ. They were a team in reaching out to the troubled youth in the greater Sacramento Region. YFC continues to be a passion of mine in serving wherever I am needed to reach our youth!

 

Karen Peterson is the owner of Impact Axe LLC in Placer County where she and her husband have resided for over 33 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology/Psychology, has raised two daughters, and recently welcomed her first grandchild.

 

Dr. Angela Marie Chanter, the late wife of Jon Daily, is a licensed clinical psychologist with a degree from John F. Kennedy University. Her expertise working within family systems extends to diverse populations and with issues relating to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, parenting, divorce, grief, life transitions, and relationship issues. She is also certified to perform Child Custody Evaluations and Divorce Mediations.

Dr. Chanter co-founded Full Circle Treatment Center in Roseville, CA as well as her current private practice, Therapeutic Solutions 360. Additionally, she functions as the Clinical Director of Next Move of Sacramento’s Mental Health Department.

Dr. Chanter joined Recovery Happens in 2012 and built the Recovery Happens Masters and Doctoral Internship Program (CAPIC).

 

Dr. Michael S. Parr has been actively involved in the treatment of clients suffering from alcohol and chemical dependency, doing individual, group and family therapy for over 25 years. In 2006 Dr. Michael S. Parr opened a private practice for alcohol/chemical dependency evaluation and treatment. Previously, Dr. Parr had practiced obstetrics and gynecology for over 25 years.

Dr. Parr was the founder and medical director of Mercy Perinatal Recovery Network, an outpatient program for addicted pregnant women. He served on the California Medical Board’s Physician’s Diversion Program as the Chair of the Diversion Evaluation Committee from 1994 until 2002 (reappointed for three years in 2005). In addition, he was appointed by State Senator John Burton to the California Bar Oversight Committee for the Lawyers Assistance Program. He also served as a medical and after-care consultant for the National Basketball Association in its player assistance program.

Since 2008, Dr. Parr has been certified by the American Board of Addiction Medicine. He is certified to provide Buprenorphine/Suboxone outpatient treatment for opiate (Vicodin, Percodan and Oxycontin, heroin) withdrawal, which requires careful supervision by a physician.

Dr. Parr currently serves on the Diversion Evaluation Committee for the California Board of Registered Nurses. Dr. Parr also serves as a California Society of Addiction Medicine evaluator, allowing him to conduct comprehensive professional and fitness-for-duty evaluations.