Relapse Prevention Group:
(12 sessions; once weekly) The relapse prevention group assists people in early recovery to recognize relapse warning signs and make plans to deal with relapse symptoms.
(16 sessions, minimum; once weekly) The focus is on helping women in early recovery to establish a sober support system with other women. The group members also have the opportunity to discuss issues relevant to their everyday lives, including self-esteem, 12 steps, stress and anger management, domestic violence and assertiveness training.
Early Recovery Group:
(48 sessions; 3 per week) This track is more intensive with a greater focus on individuals who have progressed further with their addictions.
(16 sessions; once weekly) Focus is on helping men work on issues in a gender specific group. With the goal of facilitation a greater understanding of their own issues that impact their recovery.
Young Adult Group:
(16 sessions; once weekly) The focus of this group is to assist young adults in recognizing the many triggers they are faced with that lead to substance use and hope to cope with these triggers.
Dual Focus Group:
(60 sessions; 3 per week) This group is for adults with at least one substance related diagnosis and either an existing psychiatric diagnosis or diagnosis related traits.
Certified recovery peer advocates have lived experience with substance use, and work individually with people to navigate their own experiences with use and addiction. They are often the first point of contact with people in the community and help minimize the fear and stigma associated with treatment services.