RESIDENTIAL OPTIONS FOR ADOLESCENTS IN RECOVERY
An Arkansas Department of Human Services Program operated by Rite of Passage.
The Residential Options for Adolescents in Recovery (R.O.A.R.) program is a residential treatment program for at-risk youth age 13-17 with any history or current use of opioid and/or stimulant misuse and a need for residential treatment. It is a pilot program supported by a grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHA) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) to the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Aging, Adult, and Behavioral Health Services (DHS / DAABHS) as part of the SOR-2 Grant 1H79TI083287, in collaboration with the Arkansas DHS Division of Youth Services.
Referrals may be made through county juvenile probation offices and licensed substance abuse providers, as well as prevention specialists. Note: Youth who will reach their 18th birthday before completing the program will not be considered.
Select this link for additional program details and on-line referral forms, Residential Options for Adolescents in Recovery – Improving The Lives Of Youth (roartreatmentcenter.com).
Questions and comments may be submitted to DYSROAR@dhs.arkansas.gov.
ROAR is located in southwest Arkansas’s Lafayette County, 23 miles south of Hope.
|R.O.A.R – Residential Options for Adolescents in Recovery|
750 Lafayette County Road 16
Lewisville, AR 71845-0723
R.O.A.R – In the News
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