Recovery Services

click Mark Crandall, LMSW, LCDC provides recovery support services from a foundation of integrity, honor, and compassion to those that suffer from substance abuse disorders and their loved ones. Mark is a Masters Level Counselor that not only brings a therapeutic approach, but also his own perspective from his struggles with addiction. He has been in recovery since 2007.

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Intervention Services

follow The intervention process can be an extremely powerful experience for everyone involved.

There are three main aspects of the intervention process. The first is that all leverage to empower the addicted individual to arrive in treatment needs to be identified. Then Mark will work closely with the loved ones on minimizing enabling behaviors that may contribute to a failed intervention.

x risperdal 3 mg The 2nd aspect is creating a plan for how the loved ones are going to work towards change. When the enabling stops and the loved ones enter a program of recovery themselves the addicted individual stands a much greater chance of recovery.

The 3rd and most important aspect is the client’s arrival in treatment along with a detailed aftercare plan. An intervention is not about sending someone to treatment. It is about creating a foundation of lasting recovery.

Families can heal, loved ones can change, and years of relentless anguish can commence in that beautiful moment when your loved one agrees to go treatment.

Recovery Coaching & Counseling Services

Recovery Coaching is a process of creating goals to create a foundation for success.

Recovery Coaching consists of meeting with a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) to overcome trauma, anxiety, lack of motivation, poor interpersonal skills, lack of direction, and strained family and personal relationships in order to create a life worth living.

We offer many customized plans ranging from one individual session per week to multiple sessions per week, weekly family updates and 24-hour monitoring and availability.

Ready To Take The First Step?

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