“Intensified post-treatment support at Caron illustrates potential of monitoring”
Caron has been offering and continues to extend to patients one year of post-treatment support free of charge, with monthly phone contact from the treatment facility designed to ease the transition between treatment and life back in the community. Caron leaders were observing that at around the six-month mark, a worrisome number of individuals were falling out of touch with the organization, for a number of possible reasons. “In some cases, it could be associated with the shame of relapsing,” says Knepper.
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