SUD Treatment & Recovery
Whether you’re new to recovery, or looking for resources to support a journey you’ve already started, we’re here for you.
We believe in self-directed recovery, which means you call the shots. A Recovery Coach will listen to you and learn about your history, lifestyle and beliefs. From there, they will provide you with information on various options for treatment for substance use disorder that they feel would be a good fit for you. You decide how to proceed and your Recovery Coach is readily available to support you along the way.
YOUTH PEER GROUP
Our youth peer group is designed for individuals ages 12-17 and ages 18-25 with problematic substance use habits, who are interested in joining a recovery community. Youth are guided by professionally trained, yet relatable, staff who help to foster healthy coping strategies and drive lifestyle changes. Youth are encouraged to direct the group topics and activities, and support each other in the development of their recovery.
We are currently enrolling youth in our groups that meet on Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm for ages 12-17 and 6:30-7:30 for ages 18-25. We have a waitlist available for individuals interested in a different day/time.
Evidence based practice meets community-based delivery. Medication-assisted recovery (MAR), with prescription medications like Suboxone®, can be successful in leading to long-term recovery and reduces the risk of overdose. When paired with counseling and group sessions that employ CBT and DBT practices, individuals build a sense of community and purpose toward a better life.
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