Inspiring hope and
Substance use disorders can completely upend the lives of individuals and families. Every day, people choose to seek support for substance use, but it is such a difficult process that many lose hope. We are here to help!
The Mission’s Substance Use Support Program has four primary goals:
- Inspire HOPE of recovery.
- Provide peer support and alcohol/substance use resources to individuals and their loved ones struggling with substance use disorders (including treatment scholarships, recovery assistance, and more!).
- To dispel myths surrounding mental health & substance use disorders.
- Provide community education and awareness programs surrounding substance use, stigma, and available resources.
The Mission has a Certified Peer Support Specialist on staff with lived experience of recovery from substance misuse and/or mental illness.
Community members of ANY income level can schedule an appointment with our Peer Support Specialist. (Appointments can be made off-site for anonymity.) This program is available to all Iredell County residents.
Other substance use resources available: treatment scholarships, harm reduction resources, free Narcan for those at risk, Narcan training, 12-step support group referrals, and grief support as it relates to substance use.
To learn more, please contact Sandy Tabor-Gray at email@example.com.