This includes an ongoing source of connection, helping participants access treatment and recovery support services, and creatively addressing barriers to individual success.
It also includes the provision of assessment, care planning, referrals, and monitoring collaboration with clinical services and probation and parole.
Includes access to supportive housing, educational opportunities, meaningful employment, leisure activities and wellness, family and community social supports, parenting education, spiritual engagement, nourishment assistance programs, and any other individualized resources needed to help participants lead a healthy and fulfilling life..
This includes connection with a peer who has similar lived experience. F5 Peer support specialists provide mentorship, advocacy and additional recovery support.
Learn More About Free Through Recovery
Free Through Recovery (FTR) is a community-based behavioral health program designed to increase access to recovery support services for individuals engaged with the criminal justice system who have a serious behavioral health concern. Free Through Recovery is a partnership between the Department of Human Services and the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
To be eligible for Free Through Recovery, individuals must:
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Be 18 years or older
Be involved with/have been involved with the criminal justice system and be at risk for future criminal justice involvement
Have a behavioral health condition such as; bipolar disorder,
major depression, psychotic disorders of all types, post-traumatic
stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, borderline
personality disorder, panic dis
Display concerns/challenges in areas of daily living (housing,
employment, recovery support etc.)
What’s the difference?
FREE THROUGH RECOVERY
This is a state sponsored program administered through F5 Project. It offers more structure and more support fand ultimately more resoruces for your goals. The program is person-centered so your goals remain your own.
Currently, the program is only available to those who have a behavioral health issue and who are on probation or parole.
Peer Support is a more individualized approach to support for someone who doesn’t meet the qualifications for Free Through Recovery.
You may no longer be on parole but still need assistance with housing or employment. That’s where we come in. We can set up a person-centered plan, provide you with resources, and support to make change.