Addiction does not have to define you.

Counselors at The Refuge Center work with clients to understand the underlying causes of their addiction, develop coping strategies, and establish a plan for recovery. This process often involves a combination of therapeutic techniques, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and family therapy. The goal is to help clients not only achieve sobriety but also address any co-occurring mental health issues, improve their overall well-being, and reintegrate into their communities. Addiction counselors provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment where clients can openly discuss their struggles and progress.
In addition to one-on-one counseling, addiction counselors may facilitate group therapy sessions, which allow clients to share their experiences and gain support from peers facing similar challenges. They also work closely with other healthcare providers, such as doctors and social workers, to create a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses all aspects of the client’s life. Education is another critical component, as counselors often teach clients about the nature of addiction, the impact of substances on the brain, and strategies for maintaining long-term recovery. By fostering resilience and empowering clients with knowledge and skills, addiction counselors play a crucial role in helping individuals reclaim their lives from addiction.

Let us help you on your journey.

At Refuge, we see those who struggle with addictions of all kinds, and while it can feel all-consuming, it does not have to have to define you. Our therapists are trained, equipped, and happy to help you on your journey towards healing and freedom.

Counseling Services

We all have different journeys and roads we take towards healing and transformation, so at Refuge, we take the time to specifically pair each of our clients with the therapists, tools, modalities, and resources they need to get to where they want in life. That is why our therapists cover such a wide range of ages, treatments, life stages, and more.

What to Expect

Schedule an Intake Appointment

The initial appointment with your therapist is called the intake appointment. In order to schedule an appointment, please call the front desk or email us.