CM–An Exciting New Tool For Your Recovery Home
Contingency Management uses motivational incentives and tangible rewards to help people abstain from drugs or alcohol. Research has shown that CM can not only encourage abstinence and healthy behaviors, but can also boost self-confidence and self-efficacy—important qualities that help people in recovery stay on track. It’s proven especially helpful for people who don’t want or can’t take medications, haven’t been successful with other services, or don’t have access to other treatments.
Incentives You Don’t Want To Miss
Because CM can be such a powerful tool for rural recovery homes, the Fletcher Group Rural Center Of Excellence is teaming up with HRSA to provide significant incentives for your participation. See below for details!
Professional Services At No Cost
And once you sign up your home for CM, you’ll receive the highest quality professional services at absolutely no cost to you. It’s an extraordinary offer that could make a huge difference for your residents. Take advantage today by following the steps below.
Help Us Help You!
To help CM better understand your needs, you can earn $5.00 for taking a short survey and $20.00 for a follow-up interview. Just follow these three steps:
Ready To Get Started?
If CM sounds like something that could help your recovery home residents, follow the next two steps to get the ball rolling.
It’s that easy!
More About CM
CM is endorsed as an evidence-based intervention by the National Institute on Drug Abuse and by SAMHSA’s Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network and is already being practiced at 108 facilities within the U.S. Veteran’s Administration, the nation’s largest healthcare system. It’s also been implemented by the New York City Health and Hospital Addiction Treatment Service and is a standard treatment in the United Kingdom National Health Services.
More About Our Partnership
Because CM can be such a powerful tool for operators of Recovery Residences, the Fletcher Group Rural Center Of Excellence has launched two important collaborations: one with David Ledgerwood, PhD, of Wayne State University and one with Michael McDonell, PhD, and other faculty members at Washington State University. Both efforts seek to apply Contingency Management in rural recovery residences. Wayne State researchers will be conducting a pilot project involving 10 to 12 recovery houses in rural communities. Included will be the provision of training and support for recovery residences as well as all necessary materials, technology, and incentives. Washington State researchers will conduct surveys and interviews with Recovery Residence operators and staff to assess their knowledge of CM and promote its adoption. The information collected will then be used to develop Best Practice applications of CM in rural RH.
Care to Watch Our March 10 Webinar?
To watch a video recording of the March 10, 2022 Webinar hosted by Dr. Mike McDonell and Dr. Sarah Parent of Washington State University, click the image to the right.
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