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Access to Recovery (ATR)
Recovery Consultant Program
ATR is a three year competitive discretionary grant program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. ATR is a presidential initiative which provides vouchers to clients for purchase of substance abuse clinical treatment and recovery support services. The goals of the program are to expand capacity, support client choice, and increase the array of faith-based and community based providers for clinical treatment and recovery support services.
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Phone: 812-465-1108 | Email
2010: INDIANA – Awarded approximately $14.5 million over three years. The Indiana Access to Recovery Program will expand the state’s treatment system in seven counties to include recovery support services, creating a continuum of care that significantly improves outcomes for clients. Clients will receive vouchers to obtain services at the provider of their choice. ATR will provide a system to identify recovery support service needs of addicted clients, assist them in identifying available services and facilitate their access to services. The ATR target population includes people recently released from the criminal justice system, pregnant women, women with children, and users of methamphetamine.
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