Recovery 360

A 360 Degree Approach to Addiction & Recovery

Recovery Aftercare Monitoring

What is Aftercare Monitoring?

Recovery 360 Aftercare Monitoring Services is a program where clients are able to use the skills they obtained while in treatment to transition mainstream society while facilitated and supervised by professionals that understand the recovery process. Monitoring is an insurance policy for successful recovery by creating accountability for individuals with addictions.

At Recovery 360, our monitoring program provides individuals with the structure and accountability to help them continue on their path of recovery and sobriety and ease them into their roles and responsibilities of everyday life. Research has shown that success in recovery increases by 80-95% when structure through monitoring is implemented and abstinence success increases to 95%. Through organized contact with clients, we can recognize red flags and provide the needed services to support a client on their path towards recovery.

Why use Aftercare Monitoring?

Although intense, residential and outpatient treatment is effective in helping individuals with addiction begin the process of recovery, it is still a difficult process. Nearly 50% of individuals that complete treatment struggle with recovery and will relapse within the first year following treatment. Often this failure is due to the recovering individual losing motivation to sustain a structured and organized plan for continued sobriety. Our Aftercare Monitoring program will provide the individual with the support and accountability during that critical first year, and beyond.

What does the Aftercare Monitoring program consist of?

At Recovery 360, we offer a complete set of services facilitated by professional counselors that support an individual following treatment as they return to mainstream society. Each client will have an extensive evaluation and assessment that will determine the goals and aspects of their individualized treatment and monitoring services. This plan is fluid and will change and grow with the individual.

Who Benefits from Aftercare Monitoring and Why?

Families of Individuals:
Recovery 360 Aftercare Monitoring helps families by removing them from the role of monitor/enforcer in the battle of addiction. Families are taken out of the middle of a loved one’s struggles with addiction, as a result, family members can allow themselves to re-focus on their own lives and goals and get their own lives back.

Individuals Post-Treatment:
Monitoring helps the individual re-entering society transition back into his/her life while providing the support and accountability needed to help sustain recovery.

By allowing Recovery 360 to take over the monitoring of an employee with substance abuse problems, employers are alleviated of the responsibility of supervising the individual and holding them accountable, while providing the verification needed to ensure compliance and sobriety. Also, because monitoring has been proven to increase the likelihood of a successful recovery, productivity increases and cost to the employer decreases. Therefore, it is more time and cost effective.


  • Regularly scheduled meetings in person, by telephone, or Skype
  • Resource planning and referral
  • Link and support in 12 Step program
  • Contact/communication with sponsors
  • Provide random drug/alcohol screening through urinalysis and breathalyzers
  • Addiction support
  • Monitoring of Psychiatrist/psychological compliance
  • Assistance from a Recovery Specialist/Coach
  • Family Therapy when needed
  • Support for re-entry in employment and/or education
  • Relapse prevention education
  • Support personal growth and development

How does it work?

The individual and family meet with a Recovery 360 representative to complete an assessment and determine goals. A contract and proper release forms will be signed. The duration of the contract may vary, but must be for a minimum of one year. Research suggests that a five-year contract is the standard to achieve the highest rate of success.