About Us

ROSC

What is the Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC)?

ROSC provides support for substance-exposed infants, mothers and families.


Who makes up ROSC?

  • Substance use disorder treatment providers

  • Mental health service providers

  • Faith-based community

  • School staff

  • Support services - peer support, transportation, job training, housing, child care

  • Recovery community

  • Department of Community Based Services

  • Child Protective Services

  • Employers and local businesses

  • Financial services - assistance with bills and food

  • Legal services - family courts, attorneys, law enforcement

  • Early childhood educators

  • Healthcare providers

 

What can we do to help you find the services and support you need?

Pregnant and/or Parenting Women and Families
We can connect you with the resources that help families recover and grow together with support provided before, during and after pregnancy.

  • Case management

  • Prenatal education classes

  • Treatment and recovery support

  • Residential or transitional housing

  • In-home services

  • Peer support

  • Medication Assisted Treatment • OB/GYN care

Individuals
We know that it is almost impossible to recover alone. ROSC can connect you with any of the support you need, to take your first steps in your journey toward recovery.

  • Substance use disorder treatment services and supports

  • Mental health services and support

  • Employment opportunities and training

  • Peer support

  • Financial services

  • Legal services

  • Healthcare

 

We focus on helping pregnant women, infants and families find local resources to find treatment and recovery support.