RAIL Support Services
Recovery Advocates in Livingston (RAIL) provides support services (RSS) are nonclinical services that assist individuals and families in recovering from alcohol or drug problems.
Getting drug-free is easy, maintaining sobriety is the real work. Cravings, stress, anxiety, and old acquaintances can all be potential threats in sobriety. Adapting to a life that doesn’t revolve around drug and alcohol abuse can be very difficult. Making the transition from a life of addiction into an independent life of sobriety is a major challenge.
RAIL is a peer-operated organization that serves as a local resource of community-based recovery support for persons in recovery. The focus of the resources is to help individuals build recovery capital at the community level.
Services will include:
Employment services and job training
Resource coordination, providing connection to legal services, social services, food stamps
Family support group, life skills; spiritual and faith-based support
Recreational/social activities and sober living skills
Training opportunities for persons in recovery and community professionals
RAIL’s office is at 5888 Sterling Drive, Howell, Michigan
Coordinator: Tim Wessel
Our mission is to mobilize resources within and outside of the recovery community to increase the prevalence and quality of long-term recovery.