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Women’s Recovery Skills

Monday 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

with Tanna Chandler Colvin

Connection & Conversation

Monday 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

with Debbie Bennett

MMW Support

Monday 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

with Tracie Sheldrake

Stages of Change A/M Group

Monday 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

with Mary Greer

A Stage of Change group for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) typically focuses on helping individuals understand where they are in their readiness to change their substance use behaviors and providing support tailored to their current stage of change. The group is often based on the Transtheoretical Model of Change, which identifies various stages individuals go through when making behavioral changes. Here’s what you might expect to learn from participating in such a group: Understanding the Stages of Change: Identifying Personal Stage of Change: Exploring Ambivalence and Resistance: Increasing Motivation for Change: Setting Realistic Goals: Developing Coping Skills: Creating a Supportive Environment: Exploring Relapse Prevention: Promoting Self-Efficacy: Celebrating Progress and Successes: Overall, participating in a Stage of Change group for SUD offers individuals the opportunity to gain insight, support, and skills tailored to their readiness to change substance use behaviors. The group dynamic fosters empowerment, motivation, and accountability as participants work toward achieving their goals for recovery and well-being.

Recovery From Gambling Group

Monday 4:20 PM – 5:20 PM

with Brendan Kennedy

In a “Recovery from Gambling” group, participants learn about the nature of problem gambling and develop strategies to overcome addictive behaviors associated with gambling. Here’s what you can expect to learn from participating in such a group: Understanding Problem Gambling: Identifying Triggers and Patterns: Exploring the Cycle of Addiction: Developing Coping Skills: Exploring Financial Management: Addressing Co-occurring Issues: Building Support Networks: Exploring Relapse Prevention: Exploring Alternative Activities: Promoting Self-reflection and Personal Growth: Overall, participating in a Recovery from Gambling group offers individuals the opportunity to gain support, learn practical skills, and develop strategies for overcoming problem gambling behaviors. The group dynamic fosters connection, understanding, and empowerment as participants work toward rebuilding their lives free from the grip of addiction.

DuII Education Group

Monday 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

with Aram Beresky

A DUII (Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants) group typically aims to address the legal, behavioral, and emotional aspects of DUII offenses while addressing underlying issues related to substance abuse. Here’s what you might expect to learn from participating in a DUII group for SUD: Legal Implications: Understanding Substance Use Disorder: Impact of Substance Use on Driving: Risk Reduction Strategies: Exploring Triggers and High-Risk Situations: Coping Skills and Stress Management: Responsibility and Accountability: Support and Peer Connections: Compliance with Treatment and Legal Requirements. Personal Growth and Recovery:

Living In Balance Group

Monday 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

with Mary Greer

A Living in Balance group for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) typically focuses on providing education, support, and practical skills to help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety while striving for overall well-being. Here are some key areas and topics you can expect to learn from participating in a Living in Balance group for SUD: Understanding Addiction and Recovery: Exploring Triggers and Cravings: Developing Coping Skills and Strategies: Building Healthy Relationships: Addressing Co-occurring Disorders: Developing Self-Awareness and Self-Esteem: Setting and Achieving Goals: Relapse Prevention and Recovery Planning: Exploring Spirituality and Meaning: Promoting Holistic Well-Being: Overall, participating in a Living in Balance group for Substance Use Disorder can provide invaluable support, education, and resources to help individuals achieve long-term recovery, regain control of their lives, and thrive in sobriety. The group setting offers a sense of community, accountability, and shared understanding that can be instrumental in the journey toward healing and transformation.

Making Parenting a Pleasure Group

Monday 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

with Laura McCurry

In a “Making Parenting a Pleasure” group for Substance Use Disorder (SUD), participants can expect to learn a variety of skills, strategies, and insights aimed at improving parenting practices, strengthening family relationships, and addressing challenges related to substance abuse. Here are some key elements you might expect to learn from participating in such a group: Understanding the Impact of Substance Use on Parenting: Effective Parenting Skills: Building Healthy Relationships: Managing Stress and Self-Care: Setting Boundaries and Consistency: Parenting Through Recovery: Promoting Child Development and Well-Being: Addressing Parenting Stress and Guilt: Building a Support Network: Celebrating Parenting Successes: Overall, participating in a “Making Parenting a Pleasure” group for Substance Use Disorder offers individuals the opportunity to learn and practice effective parenting strategies, build supportive relationships, and strengthen family dynamics while navigating the challenges of recovery. The group dynamic fosters mutual support, encouragement, and empowerment as participants work toward creating a nurturing and fulfilling parenting experience for themselves and their children.

Medicine Wheel

Monday 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

with Purcell Sisto

Mindfulness Relapse Prevention Group

Monday 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

with Brendan Kennedy

In a Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) group, participants learn how to integrate mindfulness practices into their recovery from substance use disorders (SUDs) to reduce the risk of relapse. Here’s what you can expect to learn in such a group: Understanding Mindfulness: Recognizing Triggers and Cravings: Cultivating Mindful Awareness: Developing Coping Skills: Exploring Relapse Patterns: Creating Space for Choice: Building Emotional Regulation: Enhancing Self-Compassion: Strengthening Resilience: Integrating Mindfulness into Daily Life: Overall, participating in a Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention group offers individuals a holistic approach to recovery that integrates mindfulness practices with evidence-based relapse prevention strategies. The group dynamic provides support, encouragement, and accountability as participants cultivate mindfulness skills and navigate the ups and downs of their recovery journey.