Support Groups & Classes
NA is a global fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs.
A 12-step recovery group based on biblical principals.
The true goal of anger management isn't to suppress feelings of anger but rather to understand the message behind the emotion and express it in a healthy way without losing control. Invitation only.
Out of Control
Developing skills to deal with self-destructive coping behaviors.
A Biblical path to resolving conflict.
Developing skills and supports to escape the cycle of relapse.
Focus on the brain and the way active addiction changes the body; discussions on perceptions of experience.
Mental Health 101
Basics of Mental Health vocabulary, theory, and application.
RUS and Treatment Court
Peer support focused on treatment courts.
Medication Assisted Recovery Services - Information and support for individuals engaging in Medication Assisted Therapy
Self-Help and Advocacy
Skills building group focused on advocacy and boundaries provided by Housing Options Made Easy
Mental health topic oriented discussion focusing on skills for achieving and maintaining recovery.
Self-Help open discussion on recovery in daily living.
Self-Help based on changing your thinking.
Recovery methods derived from evidence-based addiction treatments; secular and scientifically based using non-confrontational, motivational, behavioral, and cognitive methods.
This book, written by addicts for addicts, is a snapshot of our fellowship: addicts in recovery who have helped each other face life on its own terms, without the use of drugs, for consecutive days, months, years, and decades.
Learning to Live Again
A guide for recovery from alcoholism written in layman's terms.
Habits of Mind
The Habits of Mind are an identified set of 16 problem solving, life related skills, necessary to effectively operate in society and promote strategic reasoning, insightfulness, perseverance, creativity and craftsmanship. The understanding and application of these 16 Habits of Mind serve to provide the individual with skills to work through real life situations that equip that person to respond using awareness (cues), thought, and intentional strategy in order to gain a positive outcome.
Skills, recipes, and budget development for cooking in recovery from Chef Sean Jones.
Using creative activities to support recovery.
Resume building, interviewing, and job search techniques.
Knitting for Wellbeing
Learn how to use knitting to improve your wellbeing and support your recovery.
Meditation skills and group meditation.
A group for people in recovery, led by Jen Raines, exploring recovery in mind, body, & soul.
Recovery program based on Buddhist principles of mindfulness and meditation.
Christian recovery focused worship service. All are welcome. Wherever you are on your faith journey.
Focuses on developing skills to heal trauma for people in recovery.
Trauma group using poetry and self-expression to find healing.
Focuses on developing skills to heal trauma for people in recovery. Men only.
Focuses on developing skills to heal trauma for people in recovery. Women only.
Parents of Angels
Parents who have experienced the tragic death of a child. Invitation only.
Support group for empowering the family unit.
Support for families and friends of those in recovery.
Parenting group presented in association with CASAC. Invitation only.
Active Parenting of Teens
Parenting group presented in association with CASAC aimed at parents of teens and tweens. Invitation only.
Active Parenting First Five Years
Parenting group presented in association with CASAC aimed at parents of children up to five. Invitation only.
Education and support for expecting and new mothers.
A gender specific open topic on varied subjects. Women only.
Mental health and chemical dependency peer support for veterans. Veterans only.
Chautauqua County Alternatives to Suicide
A support group for people who have struggled with suicide attempts or thoughts. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern Tier Queer Peers
A wellness group for the LGBTQIA+ community to support your peers through resources, acceptance, and stories. For more information: email@example.com.