One-on-one meetings take place in a safe, respectful, healing atmosphere designed to guide you toward healthy lifestyle changes. Proven therapeutic practices are used to address your unique needs and life circumstances.
During sessions, patients and their counselor seek to identify and heal the root causes of drug and alcohol addiction–which often stem from issues unrelated to the drug problem itself. Counseling also simultaneously addresses co-occurring disorder or addiction interactions, because the key to permanent recovery is whole-person healing. As patients progress through addiction counseling, they examine negative feelings, explore the histories of substance abuse, and learn to adopt new patterns of behavior.
Not sure what your next step is? Assessments are offered to determine appropriate clinical steps for addiction and related issues.
Join Together (a project of The Partnership at DrugFree.org and Boston University School of Public Health). A short, confidential online screening tool which helps individuals assess their own alcohol consumption patterns to determine if their drinking is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm.
Join Together (a project of The Partnership at DrugFree.org and Boston University School of Public Health). A short, confidential online screening tool for individuals to assess likely risks of their drug use, and advice about when and where to seek more information, evaluation, and help.