Addiction Support

Often times people who suffer with addiction feel stigmatized and judged by society. There is a feeling of isolation and separation. Many people come into PVR with a back-story, a sickness, legal troubles, or other personal struggles. It can be overwhelming, which is why we try to provide as much addiction support and resources as possible.

Research shows the importance of peer support and support groups. It helps people feel less isolated, more connected. It allows people to become more honest and open with their peers because they have shared similar experiences and struggles. It creates an environment free from judgment and stigma. Amazing things happen to an individual when they finally feel like they belong somewhere.

It is important to note that not all support groups’ work for everyone. That is why PVR does not endorse nor oppose any specific support group. We are always open to new support groups at PVR. It is our goal to provide people with choices so they can empower themselves to build their own recovery.

 

12 Step Meetings

12 step meetings are based upon the principle of working the twelve steps, which originated from Alcoholics Anonymous. The basic principles of the 12 step programs are to learn how to admit you have a problem, surrender that problem to something higher than yourself, take accountability, and give back to other people suffering from such problem. There are over 25 different types of 12 step programs that grew out of the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery is a support group based off Buddhist principles. Their mission states; “to help adults to recover from drug addiction and alcoholism through personal insight, individual therapy, group therapy, education and the principles of Buddhism.” The meetings are a mixture of meditation, readings, and group sharing.

Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery is a support group based off Buddhist principles. Their mission states; “to help adults to recover from drug addiction and alcoholism through personal insight, individual therapy, group therapy, education and the principles of Buddhism.” The meetings are a mixture of meditation, readings, and group sharing.

Navigating Freedom

Navigating Freedom is a support group for men who are transitioning from incarceration. The group provides a safe environment for men to discuss the barriers and successes of freedom, while integrating back into society. The group is designed to help each man find their true authentic self through mentorship, literature, and peer-to-peer relationships.

Resources

Trying to get sober or find help can be an overwhelming endeavor, many people don’t know where to start. That is why PVR provides various treatments, detoxes, sober houses, therapists and other resources information to our members. We do not promote one over the other. We simply pass along their information so people who are in need of their services know where to go.

Resources

Trying to get sober or find help can be an overwhelming endeavor, many people don’t know where to start. That is why PVR provides various treatments, detoxes, sober houses, therapists and other resources information to our members. We do not promote one over the other. We simply pass along their information so people who are in need of their services know where to go.

NEED HELP NOW? 

Alcohol/Drug Abuse Hotline
1-800-662-HELP

Be Sober Hotline
1-800-BE-SOBER

Washington Recovery Help Line
1-866-789-1511

Spokane County Community Help
509-477-5722

Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

 

 

 

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