At Safe Harbor Recovery Center, we want you to stay connected after treatment. Our alumni group offers the opportunity to return and engage with other program graduates, to share your experience, strength, and hope.
About Safe Harbor’s Alumni Group
Aftercare is an important part of any successful recovery program. Once clients have completed treatment, they are invited to join our alumni group, (free of charge). This community of safe harbor clients and staff offer solutions, support, and resources to help you on your journey of recovery.
- Weekly Aftercare meetings
- Free Monthly Events
- Exclusive CaredFor App to stay connected with other alumni and staff.
- Check-in from alumni coordinator
- Opportunity for Alumni to come back and share experience, strength, and hope at the facility.
- And much more
About the CaredFor App
CaredFor is our secure, online platform that allows our alumni to connect, engage, and support one another, while also staying in touch with Safe Harbor Recovery Center. Inside CaredFor, alumni use a personalized dashboard that tracks sobriety time, provides articles and resource material, and provides support from recovery experts, including those at Safe Harbor Recovery Center.
Use of the CaredFor app is free for alumni and can be accessed on most wireless devices. To get started, text “HARBOR” to “30678” or look for it in your app store.
Meet Our Alumni Coordinator
Charlotte is a dedicated team member with over 15 years in recovery. Her own experience with addiction and her years in recovery aids in her ability to relate and offer support to clients during and after treatment. She’s also an active member of a 12-step program and believes in creating a safe alumni community where all members can share, be authentic, receive support, and enjoy life sober.
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