New Vision Therapy, PLLC is a group of therapists and staff that believes in providing sustainable and empowering care for all. Whether you come from a challenging family situation, have legal system involvement, struggle with substance use, have questions about sexuality, want to examine your gender identity, or feel down and anxious, New Vision Therapy, PLLC, is an accepting and safe space for you. Through our life challenges, we have learned the importance of seeking help. We also know what it is like to be the one seeking help.
These experiences remind us of how important it is to feel safe and heard. At New Vision Therapy, PLLC, we will listen to you and what your goals are. If you choose our support, we will walk with you discovering your path. We have staff members with over 25 years of experience working with substance abuse challenges, mental health diagnoses, and general life adjustments. We are honored to support you in your journey and look forward to meeting you.
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V.O.I.C.E. Therapeutic Solutions, PLLC was created by Dr. Kemi Amola-Hill in order to empower and affect change in individuals and communities. Highly trained in a wide range of therapeutic interventions, our specialists are experts in providing therapeutic solutions and education to Wake, Durham, Johnston and Cumberland counties. We offer: Home based therapy, Outpatient therapy for individuals and families, Peer Support Services, Clinical Assessments
V.O.I.C.E. provides the best evidence-based treatment available to children, adolescents, and adults. V.O.I.C.E. believes the therapeutic relationship is a partnership and the individual is the expert. Our therapists respect the individual’s autonomy and freedom of choice, including natural consequences resulting from their own behaviors.
Our goal is to facilitate positive results in the lives of those we serve. Our therapists are catalysts for change. We believe all people desire the “best” for themselves, however they may lack the “road map” designed to lead them towards success. '
Serving others with many hands and one heart.
Hope Mission of Carteret County, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Hope Mission serves the Carteret County community by providing food, shelter, emergency financial assistance, and other means of support such as emotional support, mentoring and counseling.
The mission of Hope Mission Ministries is addressing the needs of poverty, homelessness, and substance abuse in Carteret County.
At Hope Mission, we believe that homeless folks and those that are on the edge or have substance abuse issues have lost their sense of identity. Much of the time that loss of a sense of identity is because of the disconnection from family and community. These folks feel as though they are standing alone against the whole world. And they become discouraged from thinking that life can ever be any better. They lose hope. At Hope Mission, we do everything we can to give them back that sense of belonging. We believe this is vital to their ability to transition back to the full and rewarding lives God intended them to live.
Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. is a twenty-four-hour nonprofit facility established for the purposes of shelter care and recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction through a 12-step, self-help, peer role modeling, and self-governance approach.
Hope Recovery Homes, Inc. utilizes comprehensive evidence based, best practices guidance for its “in house” and “wrap around*” services for all participants. We partner with RHA, Port and Carteret Counseling Services so that participants may receive clinical assistance as well. The program length is approximately 180 days. Hope Recovery Homes has 40 beds total. 3 men's homes and 1 women's home.
Sometimes the best solution is to get away and focus on you, with quality inpatient care. And with a team of psychiatrists, recreational therapists, social workers, nurses and behavioral health technicians, Coastal Plain Hospital is ready to listen and help. From depression and anxiety to substance abuse, chronic mental illness and other areas of care, you’ll find answers here. A Joint Commission-accredited, 50-bed hospital, we are dedicated to the provision of the highest quality care to assist individuals and families in need of psychiatric care and treatment for substance abuse in an atmosphere that is compassionate and dignified. Coastal Plain Hospital offers inpatient hospitalization services to adults 18 and older who need psychiatric and addiction care. Our services include acute psychiatric care, substance abuse treatment, and medical detox. To learn more contact us today.
Our Primary Purpose - To provide inpatient treatment, psychiatric stabilization and medical detoxification for individuals with substance use and other co-occuring psychiatric diagnoses to prepare for ongoing community-based treatment and recovery. Operated by the NC Department of Health and Human Services - Division of State Operated Healthcare Facilities. LAKE's charges, including the "discounted cash charge," are not reflective of the amount that most patients are asked to pay. LAKE does not deny anyone care based on ability to pay. All patients' charges for treatment services at LAKE are based on a sliding scale according to ability to pay, and in some cases patients may pay nothing.
Anyone who has addiction or mental health issues can come in and talk with our Peer Support Specialists at no cost. Sometimes just being able to talk helps one to sort out how to deal with life on life’s terms. We help those who come in to empower themselves. Support groups and workshops are provided as the need arises where we are able to fulfill those needs.
The PRC plans to grow and change as our community grows and changes, and will always strictly adhere to our policy of free services. Our Mission is sharing hope and caring to help others achieve recovery from addiction/mental health conditions through shared experiences, education, and community networking.
At LeChris, our philosophy is that each individual we serve be afforded the right to maintain dignity, respect, and the highest quality of life.
Our programs are based on the needs of our consumers and their families. We have the experience, knowledge and personal commitment to create services that are respectful, empowering, and effective. One of the greatest misconceptions is that a person suffering a mental illness should be removed from their community and placed in a mental institution. The fact is, today most people can lead productive lives due to a variety of supports, programs, and/or medications.
Moving towards a better place. At Lisa Dawson, LCSW in New Bern, NC, I offer practical solutions to mental health issues by listening to you wholeheartedly and developing a strong, trusting relationship, which I believe is the key to successful treatment. You are not alone in your struggles and many people have trouble coping from time to time. I will always treat you with dignity and respect while providing the support you need to heal.
I have been providing therapeutic services to adults and adolescents for more than 10 years. My experience has shown me that, regardless of socioeconomic status, gender, race, age, or degree of mental health, everyone can benefit from therapy at some point in their lives. Whether you struggle with anxiety and depression, PTSD, grief and loss, or general stress, I can help you develop practical solutions that will ease or cure your issues.
Misty is the founder and therapist of Still Waters Christian Counseling. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, National Certified Counselor, and Brainspotting Therapist (Phase I). She specializes in work with women (18+) in areas such as emotional growth and processing, healing from past and present relationship injuries, and joyful living with chronic physical illness. She is passionate about helping women heal and reach their personal growth goals. In order to achieve this she uses an integrated structure created from Biblical principles and sound psychological and clinical findings.
We are working to ensure that client care continues during COVID-19. Services are being offered through telehealth.
Face to face appointments are available on a very limited basis.
Please follow the prevention guidelines, stay calm, and be kind to one another, and yourselves.