Project AMOR (Alamo Mentoring Oriented Recovery)
Project AMOR is a peer-led program developed to expand and enhance substance abuse recovery capital through the use of peer-to-peer services for those individuals with substance use disorders. What do we mean by Recovery Capital? Recovery Capital programs aim to help people develop a recovery support system that facilitates their transition from formal treatment into a life of sustained recovery. The goal of Project AMOR is to help females and their families achieve and maintain recovery and to improve their overall quality of life. Services offered by Project AMOR include, but are not limited to, connections to housing support, educational/employment services, and medical/behavioral health care. For more information on how to enroll and eligibility, please contact SACADA at (210) 225-4741.
Individuals can call directly to SACADA and request this service or you can log-on to www.RecoveryTexas.org and request to chat with a coach online.
Females, including transgendered women, must be 18 years or older, have some type of alcohol or drug issue, must be a Bexar County resident, and seeking recovery support services. Those interested may include veterans, homeless women, women with children, and pregnant women.presently looking for my own apartment and have been drug and alcohol clean since the day of my release.
The offender reentry program here at SACADA was a three- year program (2012-2015) which collaborated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Division of Community Pediatrics and the Bexar County Community Supervision and Correction Department Intermediate Sanction Facility II. The program was a comprehensive multi-component intervention for males ages 18 – 50 who were reentering the community after incarceration.