Our Services

A Look at Our Groups 

Regardless of what brings someone into our door – whether it be a self-referral, at the request of their employer, as a continuum of care from inpatient treatment, a legal charge, or any other reason, our initial approach is the same. We always start with an assessment, and we never use treatment as a punitive.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment, so it’s important we provide all levels of outpatient care to best meet our participant’s needs. We have a variety of group options available across our locations. We are also happy to refer people to other providers as appropriate.

Recovery in Action IOP

Utilizes the stages of change model to focus on recovery protection & healthy coping skills. We use a wellness model centered on self-care, problem-solving & life skills that can be applied to daily life.
Raleigh – Mon, Tue & Thu (6pm-9pm)

Together in Change IOP

Allows for people at different stages of their recovery journey to come together. Focuses on breaking down the barriers & taking steps to change behaviors no longer serving us.
Cary – Mon, Tue & Thu (6-9 pm)


Creating Focus IOP

Focuses on stages of change & value-based decision-making skills. We provide education on the disease model of addiction and look at how we can create focus in our lives.
Raleigh – Tue, Thu (6:30-9:30pm) & Sat (9am-12pm)

Shifting Perspectives

This 2-hour group focuses on harm reduction. It focuses on building insight into the risks associated with one’s substance use choices.
Raleigh – Mon & Wed (6:30-8:30pm)

Living in Recovery

Focuses on helping people live their best life! Emphasis is placed on peer
accountability & individual recovery protection
to help people live a fulfilling life in sustained recovery.
Cary – Wed (6-7:30 pm)


Our Family And Community Education class is for families & friends interested & concerned about a loved one’s substance use disorder. No cost & no appointment needed.
Raleigh currently on hiatus

Victim’s Impact Panel

Appropriate for individuals in all levels of care. Focused on raising awareness of the consequences of substance-impaired driving.
Raleigh – 3rd Sat/month (9am-12pm)

 Gaining Awareness

Utilizes Prime for Life curriculum. Designed to gently, but powerfully challenge common beliefs & attitudes that directly contribute to high-risk alcohol and drug use.
Raleigh & Cary – Monthly, Schedule Varies

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