National Recovery Month
Join the voice for recovery!
North Central Indiana Recovery Support
Tippecanoe Celebration of Recovery Rally
2020 marked the 3rd Annual Rally
Tippecanoe Celebration of Recovery Rally (TCORR) aims to bring people in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drugs disorders together annually in September (National Recovery Month) with their families and the community at large. This celebration strives to promote the idea that recovery is possible and people in recovery are assets to their community; thus reducing stigma, uniting the many splintered recovery communities of Lafayette, and showing people who still struggle that there is hope.
Saturday, September 26th, 2020
Get Involved Here
Noon to 4:30 PM at River City Church
Explore North Central Indiana's Mutual Aid Support Landscape
"There are multiple pathways to long-term recovery and all are a cause for celebration." William L. White
Find the support you're looking for by exploring the many pathways to recovery mutual aid that North Central Indiana currently has to offer.
If the secular, spiritual, or religious pathway you are seeking is not currently offered in this area and you would like assistance in getting a group or meeting started - please contact us. We want to help you 'create the fellowship you crave.'
Peer-Based Recovery Supports
How can we help you with your recovery today?
A Peer-Based Recovery Support (PBRS) such as a Recovery Coach (CAPRC) or Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) is an individual with lived experience who serves to provide both hope and options in the recovery initiation process for those experiencing severe alcohol and other drug and/or mental health issues.
A Peer serves as a companion and mentor in the early stages of recovery by assisting the recoveree in removing barriers, connecting to, building Recovery Capital, and navigating the formal support landscape of a community.
Peers continue to support individuals in efforts to identify and connect with local recovery mutual aid societies, as well as other supportive indigenous communities in an effort to facilitate a self-directed shift from formal to informal supports and relationships.
A PBRS is an individual who has developed a deep knowledge of the recovery landscape in his or her service area and develops relationships within that system which allow them to advocate for the recoveree in a highly effective, positive manner that is conducive to increasing Recovery Capital.
Are You Looking To Make A Difference?
Advocate, Volunteer, Organize
We need your help!
It takes a village! Help us:
Explore and apply for grants
Organize community events
Facilitate meetings and groups
Link individuals and families in need of resources
Transportation and childcare
I would love the opportunity to work with you. Get in touch with me today.
For information about other medication-assisted treatment (MAT) or the certification of opioid treatment programs (OTPs), contact the SAMHSA Division of Pharmacologic Therapies at 240-276-2700 or
Medication Assisted Recovery
Medicated-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA- approved medications, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, to provide a “whole-patient” approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. SAMHSA
Multiple Pathways Approach
Four years ago, Green discovered that her daughter, Olivia, had developed an addiction, one that started with Xanax and alcohol in college then proceeded to painkillers, heroin, and meth.
“I have spent the past three years practicing various versions of tough love,” Green notes. “I have done tons of reading and learning to figure out how to cope with this situation and help my daughter.”
Today, Olivia has achieved almost one year of recovery through a variety of different treatment paths.
Like many other employees at CleanSlate, Green is excited to use her personal experience to help others.