Tested And Proven
Technical Assistance from the Fletcher Group applies the latest recovery science, including Medication-Assisted Treatments and other Evidence-Based Practices to optimize all your prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery efforts.
The Tools and Resources You Need To Succeed
We offer wide range of interactive tools, resources, and treatment options, including webinars, online courses, and face-to-face workshops that can help you train the diverse behavioral health workforce needed to help those in need complete their journey to recovery.
From SBIRT and SUD/OUD screening and diagnosis to Harm Reduction and Medication-Assisted Treatment, our holistic, client-centric approach can help you prioritize, facilitate, and coordinate services, thereby instituting the kind of Best Practices that can efficiently and cost-effectively meet all the complex needs of your patients.
Ever mindful of patient safety, stigmatizing language, and legal and regulatory changes, we are always respectful of individual beliefs, local practices, cultural mores, and linguistic needs as well as the historical healthcare disparities that can affect access and outcome.
Through close, collaborative, and flexible partnerships, we can help you identify and address the knowledge, skills, and other key competencies needed to ensure that your efforts are well-targeted, community-oriented, and seamlessly integrated within a wider strategy of integrated care.
Meeting Clients “Where They’re At”
Early on, the Recovery Kentucky program upon which our model is based adopted the policy of providing long-term “Harm Reduction” and “Wet” Housing” without a sobriety or abstinence requirement. To ensure the health and safety of all individuals suffering from SUDs, the Recovery Kentucky program also provides needle exchanges, supervised injection facilities, and “Housing First” interventions.
Therapeutic CommUnities (TC)
Our model applies a “Community As Method” approach that promotes active participation in group living to drive individual change and goal attainment.
Supportive housing is combined with structured education including community meetings among participants and mutual-help 12-step programs—both Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Programs are overseen by a professional staff complemented by peer mentors and peer role models.
For a detailed understanding of our guiding principles regarding treatment services, please check out our Best Practices Overview.