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Why Ascent?

Recovery happens in a space. Not a Place
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The most vulnerable time for recovering substance-use clients comes just after they are released from residential treatment. At Ascent, our goal is to dramatically improve the odds for long-term recovery during that crucial post-discharge time with comprehensive, customized continuing care.

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Because the recovering substance user must navigate the real world, recovery is about a space, not a place. Ascent is a non-facility-based service that begins with a plan customized by the client in concert with a coach and other members of his or her support team. As the client moves forward, coaches are accessible by phone.

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In addition, Ascent uses an innovative, clinically tested recovery application accessed through mobile phones. The app can be used in conjunction with electronic medical records and engage other app users, giving clients access to help 24/7/365. It also allows the client’s team real-time access to clients at risk.

About Us

About Us

Ascent is dedicated to helping recovering substance-use clients build a foundation for lifelong success. We combine the best that 21st Century technology has to offer with that all-important human touch to help clear the path to recovery. Ascent uses evidence-based peer recovery coaching in order to be there wherever and whenever the client needs us.

We connect clients with coaches that have lived and breathed what the client is going through. We are here at the right time and place, when the client needs it and wants it. We are an active participant and contributor as the client makes progress on their journey upward and onward.

Ascent provides:
  • One on one coaching using evidence based models
  • Clinically tested outcomes based e-recovery tool
  • Extensive coach training
  • Quality assurance program
  • Strict brand adherence
  • Coaches that have “lived it”
Ascent supports clients through various direct customers such as:
  • Treatment facilities: Treatment facilities provide counseling, behavioral therapy, case management, and other types of services to people with substance use disorders.
  • Drug courts: Drug courts are specialized programs that target criminal defendants and offenders, juvenile offenders, and parents with pending child welfare cases who have alcohol and other drug dependency problems.
  • FQHCs: Federally qualified health centers include all organizations receiving grants under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. FQHCs qualify for enhanced reimbursement from Medicare and Medicaid, as well as other benefits.

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