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    RecoveryNet provides access to services that support individuals as they establish a healthy sober life in their community. RecoveryNet promotes free and independent choice of service providers that will best meet your recovery needs from the approved Provider Directory.   Providers include licensed clinical treatment agencies as well as grass-roots, community, and faith-based organizations providing you with services that support your recovery.  Each RecoveryNet Participant works with their own Care Coordinator to assist in accessing the services and opportunities you need to strengthen your recovery. 
    What services does RecoveryNet Offer?
    RecoveryNet offers both clinical and Recovery Support Services that in include*:
    Clinical Services
    ·         Halfway House (up to 45 days)
    Recovery Support Services
    ·         Care Coordination
    ·         Recovery Housing (up to 60 days)
    ·         Job Readiness Training
    ·         Transportation
    ·         Vital Document Acquisition
    ·         Gap Services 
    Note: Service availability may be limited in some regions, counties or localities.
    Who is eligible for RecoveryNet?
    Eligible individuals are Maryland residents at least 18 years of age, who meet income eligibility (200% of the federal poverty  measure) and are either completing a residential treatment  program or are engaged in a designated RecoveryNet outpatient program or Recovery-Support Center location and are committed to establishing a healthy sober life.
    Active military members, Guard members and Veterans who meet eligibility are offered access through a Statewide Service Coordinator for Service Members.  The Coordinator works with you directly to insure that the members needs are met.
    Maryland RecoveryNet and Maryland's Commitment to Veterans
    (http://mdva.state.md.us/VBHAB/index.html) are combining resources to expand and enhance services to our Servicemen & women across the state of Maryland. These organizations are partnering to improve access to treatment and recovery support services to eligible military personnel in need, whether a veteran, active duty, or a member of the National Guard or Reserves.
    How do I sign up for RecoveryNet?
    RecoveryNet participants complete a face to face eligibility screening/assessment.  If you are deemed eligible for service, you will work with a Care Coordinator to complete the enrollment process and choose provider services.  If you are currently in a residential substance abuse tratmetn program ask your counselor about RecoveryNet.  If you are in recovery in the community and need RecoveryNet Services, email the Regional Manager for the county in which you reside.
    What is required of me?
    RecoveryNet participants are required to work with their Care Coordinator for a period of 5-8 months.  During this time your Care Coordinator will stay in touch for a brief bi-weekly check-in via telephone or face-to-face contact to discuss with you your recovery needs and insure that you have opportunity to utilize RecoveryNet Services.  As a condition of receiving RecoveryNet Services, participants must complete three (3) Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Surveys at one enrollment, one at discharge and one about 6 months post enrollment.  This confidential GPRA survey takes about 15-30 minutes and is given to the participant by their Care Coordinator.  The purpose of the survey is to measure how helpful services have been in supporting and strengthening your recovery.  It is through the survey that future funding is determined.  To learn more about the GPRA Survey tool visit http://www.samhsa.gov/grants/tools.aspx.
    What is a Care Coordinator?
    A Care Coordinator is an individual trained in accessing community resources to support wellness and recovery. Care Coordinators  assist their clients to access services , where available, that support the client’s recovery plan.  All recipients of RecoveryNet services work with a Care coordinator to access services.
    Who are the RecoveryNet Providers?
    RecoveryNet Service Providers meet RecoveryNet provider qualifications and monitoring standards.  To  learn more about RecoveryNet providers visit our searchable Directory  http://bha.dhmh.maryland.gov/CLINICAL%20SERVICES/SitePages/Maryland%20RecoveryNet%20Provider%20Directory.aspx
    To learn more about Maryland’s Treatment and Recovery Resources visit
     RecoveryNet funding is provided by an Access to Recovery (ATR) III grant from the substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).