RRAM is a peer led environment that offers a set of non-clinical services that engage, educate and support individuals and families to successfully make the life changes necessary to establish, maintain and enhance recovery (Health and Wellness) from substance use disorders.
We provide services that meet four critical domains to maintaining personal recovery: Home, Health, Purpose and Community.
All of RRAM’s staff are Certified Peer Specialists that have met the state requirements to obtain a Certified Addiction Recovery Empowerment Specialist (CARES) certificate that’s certifying agency is Georgia Council on Substance Abuse.
Our mission is to provide everyone with access to high quality supports and services that help maintain long-term recovery.
Our vision is to improve the health and well-being of any individual seeking or in long-term recovery from substance use disorders.