Women’s Recovery Program (WRP) Intensive Outpatient Group
WRP Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed to promote the recovery process by providing wrap-around services including group and individual counseling, case management, peer support, and engagement in community support groups. IOP is held 4 days per week with the goal of participants establishing their first 30 days of sobriety. Group sessions review topics such as relapse prevention, family dynamics, coping skills, self-esteem, boundaries, and more.
Seeking Safety Group
Seeking Safety is a group that focuses on trauma-informed care, as outlined in the evidence-based practice created by Lisa M. Najavits. This outpatient group meets two times per week. The goal of this group is to allow a safe space to learn coping skills, and to develop community-based support for those who have co-occurring trauma and substance use.
Serenity Skills is a group created to assist clients in development of both mind and body-focused coping as a tool in their recovery. The group teaches members how to utilize yoga/somatic movements as well as mindfulness tools to self-soothe and quiet the mind. This group is open to female clients of any age, weight, race, etc.; it is not a yoga class, thus there is no need for a client to worry about physical exertion.
MOMs Psychoeducation and Support Groups
Pregnancy and Post-Partum, MOMs Skill Building, and Nurturing Parenting groups offered to develop and expand parenting skills in an effort to increase confidence, decrease anxiety, and strengthen recovery efforts.
Women’s Empowerment Group
An informative, supportive group developed for women who have experienced trauma related to domestic violence and substance use. Group topics include building healthy relationships, self-esteem, communication skills, and more.
Women’s Recovery Support Group
Facilitated by the WRP Recovery Coach, this group offers a supportive environment appropriate for those seeking increased sober support, sobriety tools, or positivity and purpose in their recovery.