447 Genesee Street
Conducts Narcotics Anonymous (N/A) and Alcoholics Anonymous (A/A) meetings. Offers a support group for Veterans of the United States Military. Offers individual and group counseling around spirituality, addiction, youth, as well as health education on topics like diabetes and other chronic diseases.
PO Box 31845
Provides self-help support groups for individuals who wish to recover from drug addiction. Includes virtual support groups
1931 Buffalo Road
Provides both research-based and evidence-based substance abuse and problem gambling prevention services to a diverse population through education, support, resources, advocacy and referral. Staff work to positively influence the social norms which perpetuate the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs, and problem gambling. Provide community education and awareness presentations on a variety of addiction-related topics tailored to requesting school or community groups. NCADD-RA also provides …
33 Chestnut Street
Provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment program. Evaluation and assessment Outpatient treatment Counseling Treatment and rehabilitation of minority and low income individuals with alcoholism Offers educational workshops and presentations. Offers a Twelve step program. Groups and individual counseling Available in English and Spanish Deals with complex inter-related problems associated with poverty and alcoholism Offers Relapse Prevention groups and services. Offers Medication …
220 South Winton Road, basement
Offers a non-religious support group for recovering alcoholics and addicts, serves as an alternative to twelve step substance abuse groups.
410 S Crouse Avenue
Provides Primary Addiction Treatment Groups that are designed for adults experiencing chemical dependency and it's consequences (legal). Groups meet weekly and focuses on the disease concept of addiction including: Gender Specific Groups How addiction affects the family Self-esteem Stress management/coping skills Introduction to self-help Spirituality HIV/AIDS education Sober social network and leisure activities Provides day treatment program for those who struggle to abstain from chemical …
24 W Camelback Road
Provides emotional support, information and resources to help participants overcome their disorder. Meetings listed below: Bangin’ Recovery (Speaker/Discussion - Open) Monday 7:30PM St Paul’s Episcopal Church Corner of Vic park B and East avenue A Problem Solved (Speaker/Discussion - Open) Tuesday 7:30PM ROCovery Building 1035 Dewey Ave Hope Fiends (Guided Meditation/Open Discussion) Wednesday 6:10PM and 7:00PM Brighton Presbyterian Church 1775 East Ave Hope Sick (Rotating …
400 Fort Hill Avenue
Provides care for Veterans with substance abuse problems including: Assessments Counseling Education Groups Support Groups Referral for vocational planning Referrals to other community programs Department of Motot Vehicle programs Aftercare Planning Long-term Treatment
75 Genesee Street
Assessment/Evaluation – comprehensive substance abuse evaluations for individuals who are in need of assessing their treatment needs. Family Education/Support Program - designed for individuals who are seeking more information about chemical dependency/alcoholism or who are affected and concerned about someone's drinking or substance use. Individual counseling is available as part of this program. Adolescent Education Program - assists teens in understanding the nature of alcohol and …
PO Box 921
Provides support groups for people who are working to recovery from addiction to substances.