Life After Sobriety Groups
These groups are open and ongoing
Thursdays 5:30 – 7:00pm (Co-ed, in-person) – This section is currently full
Sundays 4:00 – 5:15pm (Co-ed, in-person) – Open to new clients
The good news is that you are not your addiction.
But you do need support from other people to overcome it.
Sure, you can try to get sober on your own. But the problem with doing it alone is that any changes you make will only be temporary… because your thinking hasn’t changed one bit.
Real recovery means building trust and connection with other people.
Whether we like it or not, being human means getting the support and affirmation of others. Not only does it feel good, it helps us feel good about ourselves.
How on earth could we stay sober otherwise?
Please note that these are therapeutic (process) groups, not 12-Step meetings.
Please call Emily at (574) 339-6313 if you’d like to hear more about how the Life After Sobriety Groups can help you.