We are here to walk alongside you on your journey.
Professional Support & Accountability
Outpatient treatment involves a detailed assessment to ensure the individual is a solid candidate for the services provided through outpatient treatment. Once assessment and level of care has been determined, individuals are assigned to a licensed Counselor where indiviualized treatment plans, goals, strengths, and resources needed to accomplish those goals, along with possible barriers are considered in the development in the individualized plan.
Through our use of motivational interviewing techniques and a strength-based modality, we offer:
- Licensed and certified staff
- Individual treatment plans
- Gender specific trauma informed approach
- Relapse prevention
- Help dealing with grief & loss
- Educational and emotional support
- Guilt & shame resolution
- Referrals to mental health, medical care, educational and vocational services, and sober housing
- Connection to recovery support services
- Tools & development of individual goals
Peer Mentoring You don't have to do this alone.
People with mental and/or substance use disorders have a unique capacity to help each other based on a shared affiliation and deep understanding of this experience. In self-help, mutual support and collaboration, peer delivered services offer guidance, strength, and hope to their peers, which allows for personal growth, wellness promotion, and recovery.
Through peer delivered services that are caring & knowledge-based, individuals are:
- Encouraged and empowered in personal development
- Supported in the discovery of personal goals & inspired to achieve those goals
- Helped to identify triggers & develop coping skills
- Learning and practicing daily life skills to take action and increase sef-efficacy
- Supported in navigating prosocial skills in self-directed recovery
“Through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment, peer support workers help people become and stay engaged in the recovery process and reduce the likelihood of relapse.”