Recovery Support Is for the Whole Family

Recovery Support Is for the Whole Family, Supporting a loved one in recovery

Is your spouse, parent, or child getting drug and alcohol treatment? You probably felt incredibly relieved when your loved one finally took that first important step toward regaining their health. Then, the questions began to unfold.  How are you ever going to trust them again? Will this work, or will it be an ongoing battle […]

Employee Spotlight: Sheila Graves

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Sheila Graves, LMSW, LCSW(s) Williamsburg Intensive Outpatient Therapist at The Farley Center Sheila comes with an array of life & career experience that’s led her to make the decision to go back to college at 38 y/o to become a LCSW Therapist.  She chose the University of Denver’s clinical adult mental health & addiction track […]

Drugs Are Toxic—And Some People Are, Too

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When you have been in the grips of a substance use disorder, you understand the ways in which drugs or alcohol can be toxic—to your physical health, your mental health, and to your ability to function in the world. Life Lessons On Toxicity That is important knowledge to have, and you are unlikely to forget […]