Our group therapy model is focused on encouraging individuals to build relationships with those experiencing similar struggles in substance abuse treatment. We have found that peer support and understanding is an effective way to establish a recovery network. Isolation can be one of the biggest challenges we face in recovery. Sometimes family and friends want to help, but do not understand what we are going through, so it is important to spend time in environments with people who do understand. Realizing that others are sharing our battles can be liberating and uniquely accommodating. Peer feedback, camaraderie, and mutual encouragement are a few of the things you can expect to experience with our compassionate and licensed counselors and other patients in our group therapy for substance abuse sessions.
We also provide services for families, individuals, the LGBTQ+ community, couples, seniors, those with a dual diagnosis, people with anger control issues, individuals seeking remote telehealth services, and people seeking alternatives to incarceration.