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Acknowledging that you need help is never easy, but it’s one of the best things you can do for yourself.


We assist you with behavioral and substance-related problems, dual-diagnosis and co-occurring disorder. 


We offer counseling, patient and family education, prevention, intervention, pre-treatment, recovery coaching, and transition services. All of our groups are sober groups.


We don't believe in one-size-fits-all approach.

Maybe you’ve decided to get help to control or moderate

your use of alcohol or substances, or perhaps you’ve decided

you want to be entirely abstinent, or you just want to explore the role that addiction might play in connection to an underlying depression, anxiety, stress, or self-esteem issue.


We welcome you.  

  • We know you are an individual with your own needs, background, relationships, and goals.  

  • We see you as a person, not your addiction.  

  • We stand in witness your pain and journey, and work together to facilitate a plan to manage the days ahead.


We can help you manage craving, stop the emotional rollercoaster, structure personal time, manage social pressures to use, strategize to manage high risk situations, and put your life back together.


We know it takes time to heal your brain, so we provide tools, skills, and support to help you recovery.  You are the pivotal point in setting a new course, so we use a variety of therapeutic modalities to help you heal and restore your sense of belonging in the world, including: group, family and individual counseling; mindful, cognitive, and dialectic techniques; experiential process, art and movement. 


We believe in a family and community approach.  Including your people, even close friends, in treatment can facilitate recovery, create a better and more knowledgeable support system.  It can also decrease any enabling or codependent behaviors that tend to impede the addict's recovery; and bringing everybody together allows the  counselor to intervene in any upsetting family situations that might otherwise potentiate a relapse.


If you are new to recovery, we can help manage Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS), by teaching coping skills to help you manage the emotional fluctuation and find a sense of balance on your path to recovery.

We will collaborate with your existing medical and therapeutic professionals in an effort to provide cohesive services.


We know connection is important so we offer free phone consultations and low cost, 30 minute sessions, so you can meet us, ask questions, and see if we are a fit for you.

In addition to our systems based, integrative counseling services, Sagestone offers an evidence-based motivational prevention, intervention and pre-treatment program, specifically designed for people who might be making high-risk choices.  This program is tailored for impaired driving offenders, college students, and young people and is designed to change drinking and drug use behaviors by changing attitudes, risk perceptions, motivations, and the knowledge of how to reduce their risk of alcohol and drug related problems throughout their lives

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