Recovery Alliance is dedicated to people in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction, including their families and community allies who support the recovery process. Alliance associates and supporters have been serving the recovery community in west Texas since 1998, providing peer recovery support services since 2002.
The Recovery Alliance sees recovery as a life-affirming process that can be fostered by recovery support services. These services, which are described and delivered by peers in the recovery community, are alcohol- and drug-free social and recreational activities, informational workshops, skills development and training, career and business planning, parenting classes, education and housing. For the most part the Alliance provides these services, and hosts others such as mutual support groups from its recovery community center, or from Casa Vida de Salud, its 37-bed residential recovery center in central El Paso.
We foresee a community wherein long-term recovery thrives.
Casa Vida de Salud is a residential recovery center for recovery from alcohol and drug problems. The El Paso Alliance has been providing peer services for people seeking recovery since 1998 and has been providing residential service at Casa Vida since 2005. Over the past ten years the Alliance has served over 3,000 people at Casa Vida, including many of the most difficult to serve, with outstanding success. Project Vida maintains a Federally Qualified Health Center clinic for primary and mental health care within the Casa Vida facility, as an integrated health care solution.
* Alcohol- and Drug-Free Social/Recreational Activities
* Informational Workshops
* Skills Development and Training
* Career and Business Planning
* Parenting Classes
* Housing Services
* Mutual Support Groups