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Will Work for Recovery believes the core to a successful recovery is having reliable one-on-one support. For some, this means assistance entering or re-entering detox, securing a waiver from the Department of Human Services to maintain employment, or simply needing a welcoming place to spend time and engage with peers in a respectful and supportive community.


When individuals sign up, staff provide daily one-on-one check-ins and set realistic daily goals, such as getting dressed for the day or making it to a recovery meeting. These intermediate building blocks lead to individuals working towards and accomplishing larger building blocks and setting and meeting life goals, such as: 

  • obtaining a driver’s license,

  • securing affordable housing,

  • becoming employed at a workplace that values them,

  • gaining custody back of children,

  • and establishing secure and functional relationships with peers and family.

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