How We Help

Long-term recovery from Substance Use Disorder is a process that requires ongoing effort, dedication, and support. At Kyros, we are committed to increasing access to recovery services across the entire continuum of care but most specifically those that are critical in early recovery; comprehensive substance use assessments and peer recovery services delivered within the clients’ community.

Why Peer Services?

Peer recovery services play a vital role in the recovery journey of thousands of Americans with a Substance Use Disorder and are increasing the accessibility and efficacy of addiction treatment. These services are available at no cost to the vast majority of individuals, but there is very low awareness that they even exist. Increasing the awareness of these services and the number of professionals who are certified to provide them, is critical to tackling this ongoing public health crisis.

Assessment - The First Step

There are a number of ways that someone can access peer recovery services. The first step is typically to obtain a comprehensive substance use assessment, a requirement for treatment to be covered by Medicaid. These assessments have historically been limited to behavioral health centers and often came with a significant waiting period. Kyros is offering them virtually 7 days a week and are completed within 24 hours. Once the assessment is completed, services can be accessed.

If you or someone you know would benefit from learning more about receiving a chemical health assessment or connecting with peer recovery services, we can help.