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YOGA


Healthy Mind, Body, & Spirit! Our Yoga didactic teaches the practice of mediation, promotes physical fitness, and helps the individual maintain a sense of peace and calm.

GROUP THERAPY


Weekly therapy session by Choices Counseling; every Wednesday, 7:30 pm. "Cognitive Restructuring" therapeutic approach that includes:

understanding similarities/differences between addictive disorders; recovery from the negative/criminal lifestyle of active addiction; core concepts and philosophy of the 12-step model, and dynamics associated with the recovery process.

MUSIC DIDACTICS


This group combines all forms of art, poetry and music. This group is a tool for engaging vulnerability and building self-confidence. 

DIDACTIC PROGRAMMING
PEER RECOVERY COACHING


Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) trained Peer Recovery Coaches provide coaching, and a PRC class, to participants at no cost to them.

NUTRITION & FITNESS


Every Friday at 8 pm, instructor is a certified personal trainer and fitness professional. Participants learn strength/weight training, cardiovascular exercise, and the science of nutrition.


DBT-INFORMED TREATMENT


Evidence-based psychotherapy designed to help individuals suffering from borderline personality disorder and substance use disorder.

SPIRITUAL RECOVERY


Join us Thursday nights 7:30p.m. for a Spiritual Recovery Meeting using the 12-step model to addiction recovery and the Life Recovery Bible.  All are welcome and radical participation encouraged.  

AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE TRAINING


Training includes: oil changes, break jobs, tire changes, safety inspections, and 21-point inspections

LEGAL ASSISTANCE


Free legal advice to program participants provided by our licensed attorneys on legal concerns including: family law, criminal law, license restoration, and expungements.

FAMILY RECOVERY COACHING


Led by a Nationally Certified Family Recovery Coach (NCFRC.) Our Family Recovery Coaching service is always open to the community, and families affected by substance use disorders are invited and encouraged to participate. 

STEP STUDY


Each week, a different step from the 12 steps is selected for discussion. Each participant is asked to share their experience with the selected step.

OPEN TALKS


Uses the traditional 12-step format. One person with significant time in recovery is asked to share his/her experience with addiction and recovery.