Addictions Recovery Classes
- Basic Alcohol and Drug Ed
- Early Recovery Tools
- Relapse Prevention
- Recovery Dynamics© for Women
- Woman’s Way© through the Steps
- Addiction and Co-dependency
Life Skills Workshops
- Decision Making
- Time Management & Organization
- Personal Values & Responsibility
- Money Management
- Basic Computer Skills
- Finding Employment
- Community Service
Health and Wellness Programs
- Whole Health Action Management (WHAM)
- Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
- Diet and Nutrition
- Smoking Cessation
- Yoga and Meditation
- Discovering Your Spirituality
Family Recovery Programs
- Celebrating Families Curriculum
- Parenting Skills
- Substance Abuse Prevention
- Co-Dependency within the Family
- Loved Ones’ Support Sessions
Women’s Recovery Support Groups
- Twelve-step Meetings (AA, NA, CoDA)
- Trauma-Informed Support Groups
- Self-Help Book Club
Recovery Resources Library
- Computer Room with internet access
- Recovery books and pamphlets
- Multimedia library (CDs, DVDs)
Peer Support Services
Our WV-certified Peer Recovery Coaches will interact directly with women, both individually and in small groups, to fill the gaps in the continuum of care by providing pre-treatment outreach services and post-treatment peer support services necessary to sustain long-term recovery. Peer Support Services are designed to:
- Foster hope by sharing the lived experience of success in overcoming addiction. Serve as a role model for effective strategies, tools, and skills to prevent relapse.
- Provide outreach, information, and referral services. Support, encourage, and advocate for women who are placed on long waitlists for addictions treatment.
- Empower recovery self-management. Assist in development of individualized recovery and wellness goals. Provide accountability in monitoring progress.
- Promote the development of healthy relationships and important social support networks in the local recovery community. Connect participants with various 12-step/recovery support groups, both secular and faith-based.
- Provide low-level, community-based case management. Assist participants in identify-ing their most basic needs (treatment, mental health services, housing, etc.) and in accessing important social services and resources in the local community.
- Assist families, non-peer supporters, and the general public to understand the insidious nature of addiction, the importance of peer support services, and the value of knowledge based in the lived experience of individuals in recovery.