MAP Health Management, facilitator of the MAP Recovery Network, announced today that Graceâ€™s Way Recovery has joined the Premier Outcomes-Driven Provider Network. Graceâ€™s Way differentiates itself in the addiction treatment space with a treatment culture dedicated to stopping the cycle of relapse, which coincides with the mission of MAP Recovery Network members.
The MAP Recovery Network is an alliance of more than 70 addiction treatment providers dedicated to collecting outcomes data on their discharged patients and reporting the rates of treatment success. The field of behavioral health is in transition. Potential patients and their health insurance companies are demanding to see treatment success rates, which is the standard in other forms of chronic disease management. Recovery Network members are leading the way with both responsive and proactive initiatives.
Salima Patel, the Director of Business Development and family clinician at Graceâ€™s Way has focused her doctoral research on the role of family in addiction treatment and conceptualizing addiction as a family disease. She says: â€œAt Graceâ€™s Way we believe that sustained recovery IS possible even for individuals facing insurmountable challenges. Treating each suffering addict/alcoholic with love and compassion, and embracing them into our family helps clients AND their families begin the healing process. This family approach to addiction treatment is what I have found to be most fulfilling at Graceâ€™s Way, both professionally and personally.â€ In reference to working with MAP Salima said: â€œMembership in the MAP Recovery Network provides more opportunities for Graceâ€™s Way to make a long-lasting difference in the lives of those battling this chronic disease.â€
Membership in the MAP Network provides members with the ability to access a wide array of addiction treatment resources including MAPâ€™s renowned post-treatment Recovery Support Services. In the first year following treatment the risk of relapse is high and post-treatment support helps patients successfully transition from the short-term recovery experienced during addiction treatment to long-term recovery following treatment. The advancements in telehealth provides Recovery Network members the ability to offer professional, extended recovery support to their patients who have recently completed treatment.
â€œThe MAP Recovery Network provides opportunities to improve addiction treatment outcomesâ€, commented Jacob Levenson, MAP Health Management CEO. â€œOur members utilize telehealth to measure and demonstrate empirical data on their discharged patients. We take post-treatment support seriously because this is a critical variable in the difference between those who maintain recovery and those who do not. The Recovery Network will soon add 1,200 professional counselors to support our members with post-treatment resources.â€
By embracing telehealth services and extended recovery support, Graceâ€™s Way embraces the entire continuum of care for their patients. Membership in the MAP Recovery Network gives quality treatment providers access to the latest technologies in an increasingly data-driven space. Graceâ€™s Way is paving the path for continued success in the battle against addiction.
About Graceâ€™s Way Recovery
Graceâ€™s Way is a small, intimate, family-style treatment program founded on a vision by a grateful mother and her son in recovery. Using evidence-based therapeutic modalities and individualized treatment approaches, Graceâ€™s Way has shown clients that a purpose-driven life IS possible for any individual seeking long-term recovery from addiction. With programs emphasizing relapse prevention, trauma-informed therapy and family wellness and recovery, Graceâ€™s Way strives to provide their clients with excellent and individualized care. An integrative approach to healing the mind, body and spirit starts in heart and this philosophy is echoed throughout this organization. At Graceâ€™s Way the belief is that the cycle of relapse stops here. For additional information please visit http://www.gracesway.com.
Graceâ€™s Way Recovery
2200 N Florida Mango Road # 201
Palm Beach, FL 33409