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HOPE Program

The CAF's
Re-Entry/hope program

Re-entry is the process by which individuals who have been released from incarceration return to the community. The CAF HOPE team works with individuals during incarceration and post release from the Adult Detention Center to help them with their re-entry and recovery.

The CAF helps individuals who have Substance Use Disorder and are looking for recovery solutions and/or Peer support or Harm Reduction Services.

re-entry direct resources

  • 1:1 Peer Recovery Support with Certified Peer Recovery Specialists

    • Linkage & Referrals to community resources

  • Recovery Housing Grants - Funds typically cover move-in fees and 2-3 weeks of rent at an Oxford House or supportive Recovery House of their choice. 

  • Documentation Assistance 

    • Birth certificates, IDs, social security cards  

  • Recovery Literature

    • NA basic Text, AA Big Book, AA and NA workbooks, mental health workbooks

  • Transportation Assistance

    • Can transport upon release, for court/probation, for suboxone appts, etc

  • Peer Support

    • Linkage & resources to community partners

Contact

Jon Fairbanks, CPRS, Program Manager

jon@thecaf.org   -   571-758-3552

Susie Burklew, CPRS

susie@thecaf.org   -   703-843-7447

Marsha Floria, CPRS

marsha@thecaf.org   -   571-436-8664

RECOVERY COMMUNITY CENTER

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Visit our RCC in Fairfax to connect with a Peer Recovery Specialist, attend groups, family support & more!

Get Nalaxone

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Request a FREE naloxone/narcan opioid overdose reversal kit and watch our naloxone overdose reversal training video online.

PEER RECOVERY SUPPORT

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Our Peers are available for those in recovery and their allies to listen and provide guidance, referrals, and emotional support.

comprehensive harm reduction

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Find our CHR Mobile Van around Northern Virginia with peer support, free naloxone, and more harm reduction services.

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