Continued Care

Street’s Hope offers its program graduates Continued Care Support, which includes the following services:

  • 10 week intensive Alumni Group
  • Relapse Prevention Assistance
  • Lifetime access to Resource Banks
  • Moral support from Street’s Hope staff

Alumni Group
Graduates and a group facilitator will meet for 90 minutes each week, over the course of 10 weeks to learn and process what maintaining recovery, sobriety, and job security outside of the commercial sex industry. They will also be able to talk about what their lives look like outside the treatment setting. This psycho-educational and group therapy experience fills a gap in service and provides continued care for our brave survivors. The group will be offered 3x a year, include an additional pre/post week of assistance and client contact. Alumni group will help our clients stay on their own path of transformation and self-sufficiency.

Relapse Prevention Assistance
Relapse Prevention Assistance includes a multi-faceted continued care plan that mirrors the wellness model, goal setting and treatment planning each client conducted during their completion of residential or non-residential program treatment. These areas include: physical health, mental health, emotional health, spiritual health, addiction, educational and vocational goals, finances, family/community relationships, social/recreational activities, life skills, and housing.

Further assistance includes a referral to a long-term individual therapist in the community to continue growing and staying successful in recovery.

Access to Resources
Graduates will have limited, lifetime access to Street’s Hope resource banks, which include a food bank, a clothing bank and a hygiene bank. Graduates must remain active in recovery and utilize continued care services to obtain full access.

Moral Support
Street’s Hope is a small, close knit organization and, thus, we offer a unique kind of moral support to our graduates. Our clients benefit from our dedicated team and their willingness to stay in contact with individual clients, depending upon the graduated client’s desired level of relationship.