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Refining knowledge, skills, attitudes and lifestyle habits crucial to living a life-time in recovery.
Inability to access treatment, or insufficient treatment duration, leave many lacking the resilience and self-efficacy necessary to avoid chronic relapse.
We are certified by the State of Nevada’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) to provide services including prevention, early intervention, outpatient, intensive outpatient and transitional (sober) living services. We serve adult and adolescent populations.
Moreover, we are extensively engaged in our community, providing pro-bono services to other non-profit organizations via counseling, family sessions, psycho-education, nutrition and fitness instruction. We conduct volunteer classes on addiction and recovery at the Nevada Southern Detention Center, and have provided similar instruction and support to the Nye County Juvenile Probation Annual Boot Camp. Our organization has also been designated a “Naloxone Distribution Point” in rural Nye and adjoining counties. We deliver training and free doses of the opioid overdose medication through classes, employee gatherings and other events.
- Sobriety first
- Clinical-quality, proprietary programming
- Nine hours per week educational and experiential learning
- Weekly one-on-one meetings with a licensed/certified clinician
- Community / sober social support meetings, i.e. 12-step and others
- Nutrition – daily healthy eating & weekly cooking practicums
- Gym – membership, training & commitment to physical activity
- Behavior – developing individual strengths and interests
- Health – physical, emotional and mental
- Life Skills
- Employment / education development and assistance
- Budgeting – lessons in surviving on a budget
- Relationships and home economics – shared responsibilities and teamwork
- Volunteer / service work commitments