- Risk and Protective Factors Profile: Risk factors are biological, family, psychological, community and cultural characteristics that are associated with a higher likelihood of a negative outcome in recovery. Protective factors are characteristics that are associated with a lower likelihood of a negative outcome. Protective factors can also counteract a risk factor’s impact. It’s important for us to understand your risk and protective factors so that we can help you determine which treatment interventions will best serve you.
- Motivation and Stage of Change: At Project Courage, we use the stages of change theory to help guide our treatment plans. There are six stages of change: Precontemplation, contemplation, preparation/determination, action, maintenance, and relapse. Understanding which stage of change you’re currently in helps us meet you where you are. We understand that you may move through each of these stages numerous times during the recovery process.
If you think one of our treatment programs is a good fit for your needs, please contact us so we can get the assessment process started. We look forward to partnering with you on your road to recovery.