Gosnold Recovery Coaches guide patients through important transition periods in the treatment process. Individuals in early recovery often require intensive support and coaching, especially after discharge from a hospital or other inpatient setting. Recovery Management services are based on an individualized care plan, which includes completing appointments, engaging with positive social networks, re-building relations with family, family support, and much more.
Gosnold currently works in partnership with 29 Police Departments across Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts. After a non-fatal overdose, a Gosnold Recovery Manager joins with a plain-clothed Police Officer to provide outreach the person and offer support, information, and a direct lifeline to treatment. After the initial intervention, the Recovery Manager will continue to provide outreach and support in an effort to engage the individual and family, and to create a pathway to treatment.
Gosnold has Recovery Navigators in Shore, Falmouth, and Cape Cod Hospitals. Gosnold Recovery Navigators fully understand the continuum of community-based services for adults with Substance Use Disorders and have close working relationships with Providers across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Navigators work with patients in Emergency Departments to identify treatment preferences and create a seamless pathway to the next level of care.