You are not alone. You matter.
Many clients have work and family commitments. They may also have school and other obligations. If you do, too, we hope this program will fit your daily lifestyle.
Individual Counseling: In these sessions, you and your counselor talk about your recovery issues.
Family Program: Addiction affects you and your family. The Family Program educates your family about addiction. It also offers ways to recover and heal.
Group Counseling: Your group counseling builds trust and compassion. You also come to understand that you are not alone with this disease.
Drug Addiction Education: These groups teach you and your family about the emotional and behavioral effects of addiction, as well as the physiological and spiritual effects.
12-Step Integration: You are taught how to use the tools of the 12-Step program. You are also integrated into your own community’s 12-step program.
Community Resources: These groups connect you with local resources and healthcare professionals that will help you get back on a positive path.
Discharge Planning: Discharge Planning helps you return to daily life with the tools you need to stay sober. Your discharge plan will meet your specific needs.
Relapse Prevention: These groups help you see relapse warning signs. They also help you build strong coping skills to prevent a relapse.
Successful Treatment Starts With You!
“I feel that if I’m going to be successful in recovery, I must get completely honest with the things I’ve done in the past. I appreciate all the help you gave me. It meant a lot having someone whom I felt really cared.”
“I am grateful to my higher power for being sent here. I needed Cheyenne Center and all y’all in my life more than I ever knew I did. Thank you for the open hand extended and the kick in the butt when needed.”
“While being in this program, I have been given the opportunity to focus on my immediate future and plans. I am exposed to recovery programs that I really needed. Thank you so much.”
“I know that if I can stay clean, anyone can, and you can too. Don’t wait until things get worse. Had I not separated myself from the drugs long enough to give God the opportunity to intervene in my life I don’t know where I would be today. It took me over a year to get custody of my son back, but I am so grateful.”