Is your child or another loved one struggling with drugs? Have they been arrested and sent to mandatory treatment, but nothing has worked? Maybe you want to better understand your clients who use drugs. We coach and support parents, teachers, school counselors, school administrators, therapists, direct service providers, healthcare workers, addiction service providers, advocates, peer support specialists, and more. Schedule a free consult today!
If your drug use has become a problem, you might not be sure where to start. If residential rehab isn't for you, you are not alone in feeling that way. No matter where you're at in your journey, you can take control over your drug use! We can help you mitigate the most urgent risks to your health and safety, focus on your strengths, and create new habits that lead to long-term growth. We collaborate with experts from across may disciplines to compassionately support you through this process. Ready to get to work? Schedule a free consult today!
We only work with children under 18 if their parents or guardians have spent at least one session with us and have provided written consent.
Coaching is not the same as therapy or rehabilitation. If the needs of a client or potential client exceed our capacity, we will recommend outside services.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we're unable to provide in-person trainings and consultations. In the meantime, we can provide virtual trainings and consultation to event hosts in preparation of post-pandemic events.
We help event hosts reduce drug-related emergencies and promote a responsible, informed culture that participants are excited to be a part of. We know how to work with law enforcement and ease the concerns of public officials.
No matter what type of event you are organizing, we can help improve the health and sustainability of your community. We provide custom workshops; ongoing support before, during, and after events; educational programming for event hosts, staff, and participants; and long-term health and safety infrastructure plans catered to the unique needs of drug-using communities.
In the '80s and '90s, US drug law attempted to curtail the spread of crack-cocaine - and then MDMA - use by placing a federal ban on knowingly harboring a drug-involved premises. This scared event promoters and venue owners out of providing live-saving education and services. In October 2018, the Department of Justice wrote to the Amend the RAVE Act campaign to clarify that providing fact-based drug education at events is not in violation of the RAVE Act. (There's an embed of the letter exchange at the bottom of this article.)