Maintaining sobriety is one of the most difficult things that anyone can do; we manage peer support services to help our client’s push through the worst of times. Peer support is clinically proven to increase success in sobriety by building a strong network of support that our clients can draw from in their hardest times.
We offer several FREE peer support options to help our client’s in their transition through the maintenance phase of recovery.
Recovery Support Group
Saturdays 10:00 (20 group sessions)
This weekly group is structured to allow individuals to build a trusting relationship with the peer coach and other group members, as well as learn the social skills to assist with community involvement. The group consists of 20 topics that involve the sharing of personal stories, identifying and solving problems, breaking down barriers, and hands on activities to promote healthy living.
The group shall cover the Eight (8) dimensions of health and wellness:
Non- Traditional Exercises not limited to the following:
- Art Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Emotional Freedom Techniques
- Visualization Techniques
- Positive Thinking
- Confidence Building
Peer Parenting Education and Support Group
Saturdays 1:00 (10 group sessions)
Recovery can affect the entire family; we offer family support through therapeutic sessions or a FREE weekly family support group. In this group, family members can learn to cope with the stress related to addiction and skills to support their loved ones.
Peer Parenting Education and Support Group is a safe place where parents can openly discuss the joys and pains of parenting. Individuals will receive books and education utilizing the Love and Logic Curriculum. Through experiential expression and discussion and the Love and Logic curriculum, individuals shall receive support, recognize they have issues other parents have, and learn helpful parenting techniques. Parents will learn how to prevent misbehavior, create a home environment that stimulates responsibility, avoid power struggles, set limits, stay calm in stressful situations, and how to guide their children in a positive direction. The curriculum is 6 weeks of video and didactic facilitation. The additional four (4) sessions shall be utilized to openly share stories related to addiction/recovery, risk of relapse after reunification, and relapse prevention skills specifically related to parenting. Individuals will receive support, guidance, and resources from the Peer Specialist as needed.