Substance Use may or may not include “addiction” or physical and psychological dependence. Substance Use involves many psychological, environmental, and social factors that can impact daily functioning and we often hear clients say they feel helpless, guilty, and ashamed of their use.
Addiction can also take other forms: Gambling, food, shopping, video games, compulsive stealing, and even exercising. Too much of anything on a regular basis can become an addiction, change the way your brain works, and risk affecting your life and the lives of those you love.
If you are actively using, just beginning to think about sobriety, need assistance adjusting a relapse prevention plan, or need help with other forms of addiction…we are here to help. Our counselors work with you to identify realistic goals and develop a plan to get you back to a life you love!
It’s not always easy to pick up the phone, if you are not quite ready to make the commitment to treatment yet check out our blog for more information on this topic!
Are you thinking about leaving your partner? Having trouble finding your own path? Just not sure what to do or where to go and feeling a little confused? The loss of a relationship can mean the end of dreams, routines, stability, emotional & financial security, companionship, and family as it existed prior to the breakup. It can also impact more than just you.
Whether you are experiencing relationship distress, permanent or temporary separation, have already decided to leave, are developing a co-parenting plan, leaving domestic violence, or looking forward to creating a new, single life, this group is a safe space for you to explore your options. In addition to grieving your loss, the group will focus on skills surrounding parenting, housing, finances, legalities, division of property, and how to establish an independent life.
You don’t have to navigate this alone! Our group will meet once per week every Wednesday from 5:30-7:00PM. Anyone can join at any time and topics are based on group needs.
*This group is LGBTQ-friendly. Screening is required prior to admittance.