When we say we've been there,
it's not a figure of speech. It's a fact.
Some of us have struggled with addiction as an illness. Some of us have family with addictions. ALL of us are friends with people who have known addiction (it's impossible to work here and not be).
We are doctors, therapists, nurses and care coordinators. We are chefs, we are case managers, and we are social workers. All of us have one thing in common:
We are dedicated to supporting people who are working to overcome addiction.
We understand a recovery lifestyle is incredibly challenging to maintain. But like any challenge worth meeting, the rewards outweigh the obstacles.
We can all get better.
We don't focus on addiction as an illness. But on the client as an individual with the strength, courage and will to overcome their addiction and to grow as a result.
We provide the clinical and community support to get you where you want to be. We help you build the skills to recover. And we support you every step of the way — including after your services are completed.