Outcomes Focus

At Open Out, we are committed to the success of our clients. In recognition of this, we offer 12 months of recovery support after discharge.

Open Out’s Partnership with MAP Recovery Support: Creating Positive Outcomes

As the country’s leading provider of relapse prevention support, MAP Recovery Support’s primary purpose is to assist addicts, alcoholics and their families in achieving long-term sobriety. MAP’s multifaceted program utilizes expert Recovery Support Specialists using cutting-edge clinical software to offer long-term recovery support in an efficient and effective way. MAP is revolutionizing the post-treatment recovery experience by combining one-on-one support with data driven technology. Features of the MAP recovery support program include:

Aftercare support for 12 months after treatment for all Open Out clients
MAP’s Recovery Support Specialists assist clients and their families in reinforcing a healthy and successful recovery program
By gathering independent outcome data, MAP involves Open Out if a patient shows signs of a relapse

MAP Outcome.

Relapse Prevention.

What Does MAP Offer?

For The Addict

  • Assists in transitioning from treatment into day-to day life to achieve a sense of balance and long-term sobriety.
  • A close-knit relationship with another recovering addict to aid in adjusting to the many changes faced throughout the first year of recovery.

For The Addict

  • Families receive regular reports on the client’s progress from a person in recovery who understands the family dynamic associated with addiction.
  • MAP specialists assist families in identifying codependent and enabling tendencies.

For The Addict

  • Provides a mediator between the addict and their family.
  • Teaches families how to recognize relapse and enabling behaviors and how to intervene if necessary.
  • In the unfortunate case of a relapse, MAP offers instant support and forms an action plan for the client and their family.

About The Map Outcome Focus Program

Adding The MAP Program

  • The MAP program exists because overcoming addiction successfully cannot be accomplished on will-power alone; it’s a life-long journey of support, maintenance, and structure. Our process involves identifying early relapse behaviors and offering guidance and support to the client so he or she can make the necessary changes to avoid a relapse.
  • You won’t find a program like MAP offers anywhere else. We teach clients and families how to recognize relapse behaviors and offer support when necessary. Clients are provided with their own individual specialist who is also in recovery and has the experience and knowledge to help guide you through your first year of recovery.
  • Our goal is to assist clients and families transition into living a healthy, balanced, sober life.

MAP peer recovery support

  • You will be assigned your own personal MAP Peer Support Recovery Specialist who will offer their help and support as you start your path towards long-term recovery by conducting weekly phone/live video sessions. Your specialist will be someone in recovery with at least 3 years of sobriety/clean-time, so they understand the struggle of early recovery and will be one of your biggest supporters in your long-term recovery.
  • Supporting your recovery and watching for the early warning signs of relapse is your specialist’s number one goal. They can offer guidance and recommend behavioral changes before it’s too late. Continuing support after treatment greatly increases your chances of success and creating strong bonds with people in long term recovery is a valuable asset. Let us show you the way to your new life. Clean and Sober.

Who are the MAP specialists?

  • Every specialist is in recovery for substance abuse and has at least 3 years of sobriety/clean-time.
  • We have an intense and in-depth interview process for our specialists which includes a thorough background check and an analysis of their personal recovery program.
  • All MAP specialists are Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists.

About MAP Recovery Support

Adding The MAP Program

  • The MAP program exists because overcoming addiction successfully cannot be accomplished on will-power alone; it’s a life-long journey of support, maintenance, and structure. Our process involves identifying early relapse behaviors and offering guidance and support to the client so he or she can make the necessary changes to avoid a relapse.
  • You won’t find a program like MAP offers anywhere else. We teach clients and families how to recognize relapse behaviors and offer support when necessary. Clients are provided with their own individual specialist who is also in recovery and has the experience and knowledge to help guide you through your first year of recovery.
  • Our goal is to assist clients and families transition into living a healthy, balanced, sober life.

MAP peer recovery support

  • You will be assigned your own personal MAP Peer Support Recovery Specialist who will offer their help and support as you start your path towards long-term recovery by conducting weekly phone/live video sessions. Your specialist will be someone in recovery with at least 3 years of sobriety/clean-time, so they understand the struggle of early recovery and will be one of your biggest supporters in your long-term recovery.
  • Supporting your recovery and watching for the early warning signs of relapse is your specialist’s number one goal. They can offer guidance and recommend behavioral changes before it’s too late. Continuing support after treatment greatly increases your chances of success and creating strong bonds with people in long term recovery is a valuable asset. Let us show you the way to your new life. Clean and Sober.

Who are the MAP specialists?

  • Every specialist is in recovery for substance abuse and has at least 3 years of sobriety/clean-time.
  • We have an intense and in-depth interview process for our specialists which includes a thorough background check and an analysis of their personal recovery program.
  • All MAP specialists are Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists.