Reintegrate Appalachia is a workforce re-employment development initiative for those in early recovery from substance use disorder (SUD).
Not only does this program reintegrate individuals with substance use disorder into the workforce, it also gives these individuals higher education such as trade degrees, professional development services and hands-on experience as well as an extensive addiction recovery monitoring program.
This program utilizes a 33-6-3-Plus work model developed by Coalfield, West Virginia Sober Living (WVSL) and Ascension Recovery Services. Reintegrate Appalachia is also being supported by WVU Health Sciences Center.
The 33-6-3 program will provide meaningful full-time employment (33 hours weekly), ready access to higher education in the community college setting (6 hours weekly), and access to a professional development curriculum (3 hours weekly). The monitoring program (Plus) provides safe, free six-month transitional living along with a recovery monitoring program implemented by a team of Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) / Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) and Peer Recovery Coaches (PRCs).
The Reintegrate Appalachia goal is to become a sustainable enterprise. At this time, outside funding will help propel Reintegrate into sustainability and give us the ability to help people. You can click here to donate.