ASPIRE is a community based program for young adults (18-30) in recovery from drugs and alcohol. The program and curriculum is designed to fill in gaps around life skills, education and career planning that may have been missed while in active addiction. ASPIRE focuses on additional skill sets to enhance lives including social, education and physical wellbeing.
During the first three months participants will (1 night per week/1 Saturday per month):
Sessions will be led by professionals from within the community, all of who have extensive educational backgrounds and/or experiential proficiency with long-term recovery. In addition to the curriculum, program participants receive:
Program participants are expected to:
More information about the Fall 2018 cohort (begins mid-October) will be available soon.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call Kimberley Griffiths at 973-415-6102.
ASPIRE is made possible by the generosity of the Partners for Health Foundation.