We Support People to Reach Their Full Potential
— We Find & Fund
Preparing People For Success invests in individuals to help them reach their full potential and cure their addictions.
— We Build Networks
Preparing People For Success believes in creating networks and uniting together to fight addiction.
— We Strengthen
Preparing People For Success helps individuals become more confident and determined by helping them tackle addiction problems.
— We Educate
Preparing People For Success provides education and support to individuals about the bad effect of drugs and alcohol.
— We Provide Care
Preparing People For Success provides intensive care to the individuals who are going through addiction.
— We Consult
Preparing People For Success helps individuals cope through difficult time with the help of consultation with experts.
Preparing People For Success provides the following services. All activities and services will lead to the development and completion of a treatment/recovery plan and will be documented in each participant’s file.
Within 72 hours after completion of the admission process, participants will be provided an orientation into the nonresidential program. Topics covered will include program rules and regulations, individual and group attendance policies, self-help meeting attendance, importance of the treatment/recovery plan, and participant’s rights. These areas will be reviewed in detail. Participants will sign and acknowledge their presence and that they received written materials reviewed in the orientation session.
— Recovery/Treatment Planning Group
This group will be scheduled weekly. It is necessary for each participant to attend this group because it will focus on main areas of their lives, which will ground the participant’s foundation for the beginning of their recovery.
Individual recovery/treatment planning sessions will be provided to each participant when scheduled with his or her counselor. The following topics and others will be discussed in this group: substance abuse, marriage and family relationships, spirituality, psychosocial, employment training and assistance, academic and educational reestablishment, transitional housing, anger management, relapse prevention, and introduction to the sober network 12-step groups.
Participants will be required to write about each area as it pertains to their life. Participants will be given information on what a recovery/treatment plan is and how it works in setting a foundation for recovery in their life.
What is it?
It is a design, a map for traveling from how it is and has been, to how it might be. It is a personal acceptance of the responsibility to change. It is individual and yours. It is a plan of action to restore or repair what has been lost through substance abuse.
— Process Group
This group will prepare each individual within the group of what their goals are for the day, week, and beyond. It will focus on the process of maintaining sobriety.
— Discharge and Exit Planning
Putting it all together and coming up with possible answers pertaining to: what do I do now? How do I maintain sobriety? What triggers relapse?
These areas of discussion are part of this group. Participants will develop an exit plan, which will be shared in-group and with their counselor.
— Individual Sessions
A scheduled session with the counselor and participant. Initially, each participant will see his counselor each week for the first 30 days the counselor will focus on the progress of the participant through the program and update recovery/treatment plans with the participant as new problems surface. All sessions will be documented in the participant’s file.
This group will focus on your spirituality, the relationship of you and your understanding and relationship of your higher power.
— Role Modeling
Who is your role model; Father, Mother, Grandfather, Grandmother, friend(s), the man or lady next door, your counselor, teacher, etc? The definition of a role model will be discussed and bought into light in order to know what it is. Group interaction and a very strong facilitator will be an asset to this group for adolescents.
— Disease Concept
Is substance abuse a disease or is it a human frailty of life? This group will look into that concept and bring an understanding to those individuals in the group.
— Obstacles/Coping Skills
Everyday each individual has a obstacle that may block their quest for sobriety, this group will focus on the coping skills one will need in order to deal with those obstacles that block a clear path to sobriety.
— Alcohol and Drug Education
Groups consisting of lectures, questions and answers, and general sharing. Videos and tapes may be used to complement the facilitators lecture. Handouts and writing assignments will be included.
— Relapse Prevention Group
This group will focus on recognizing the warning signs of relapse. Participants will learn how to deal with the warning signs. What to do before doing the wrong thing, which leads to relapse.
Discussion will be held on what was done when they (participant) were in a crisis that could have led them to relapse.
— Relationships Understanding Your Role
Are you in a relationship? Would you like to know what your role should or could be? These are questions that will be explored by men and women during this group. Movies, written material, group interaction will be very essential tools in this group.
— Anger Management
Drinking and using has created many negative features within our personality. One of those features, anger has created gaps in our relationships with family, loved ones, friends, etc.
This group will provide lectures and discussions on what is anger? How we got to the point of being angered, what can we do about it? And provide information on how signs to prevent it from bursting out again.Writing assignments will be required for understanding and remembering what anger has done to our lives.
— Youth/Adolescent groups
Groups designed to meet the needs of the adolescent, who are experiencing problems with alcohol and/or drug abuse. It will involve the parents/guardian, school of attendance, social workers, and other agencies that can provide direction in helping adolescents regain sobriety.
This group will be designed to give adolescents a clear picture of how substance abuse affects their lives now and in the future, if it continues.
— Family Group
This group will focus on the family and will involve the family. The group will be required for each participant and their family.
Lectures, discussions, educational material, videos, tapes, and writing assignments will be components of the group.
— Interactive Parenting Skills
This group will learn techniques to help them successfully interact with their child and/or children. Videos, articles on parenting, and group sharing will be essential in learning about parenting skills.
— Childcare Education
Single parents experiencing alcohol and/or drug abuse will discuss and learn what this problem has caused them in bringing up children.
Lectures, writing assignments and other information will be provided.
— HIV/Aids Education and Support
This group will be designed provide education and prevention measures on HIV/Aids, as well as establish a support system for those participants that have contracted the disease.
— Men Groups
Men-only groups, which will discuss issues pertaining to men.
— Women Groups
Women-only groups, which will discuss issues pertaining to women.
— Sexual and Physical Abuse
A women’s, which group will interact with each other and discuss the negative sides of sexual and/or physical abuse during their substance abuse usage and how it affects them now.