Promoting Connection, Health, and Recovery
Journey Road has been providing Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) since 2015. The individuals we serve have consistently told us they are not receiving quality behavioral and primary health care due to fragmentation of services between different organizations or stigma associated with addiction and mental health disorders that prevents them from seeking out care in the first place.
Therefore, we are embarking on a strategic plan to integrate behavioral and primary health care into our offices, while also launching a full American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Continuum of Care through the addition of detox/withdrawal management, residential treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, and sober living. Journey Road received CARF accreditation for residential treatment in February 2019, showing our dedication to person-centered treatment and practicing internationally recognized service standards and best practices.
To offer whole-person health care for individuals in underserved areas and populations to enhance their ability to thrive in their personal and professional lives.
A world where an individual, regardless of socioeconomic status and individual identity, receives quality, trauma-informed whole-person health care.
(R)ecovery: A commitment to holistic, evidence-based practices that promote health and recovery.
(O)pportunity: A commitment to providing increased opportunity for whole-person health care to individuals in all socioeconomic statuses and identities.
(A)dvocacy: A commitment to advocacy for all individuals and families to have a voice in their health care options and access to care.
(D)iscovery: A commitment to discovering new best practices in whole-person health care treatment and access.