Outpatient Treatment for Women
Treatment That Fits Your life
Outpatient treatment for substance abuse can be an ideal option if you have the motivation to get sober but can’t take leave from work, disrupt school attendance or step away from other responsibilities in order to stay at a residential treatment program. We work with clients to develop a personalized plan that outlines treatment goals. Different levels of outpatient services are available so that you can transition progressively from more frequent and intensive therapy to less intensive therapy as you show an ability to manage your own recovery with less clinical support.
Teen Challenge has an Outpatient Program for Women
With Convenient Morning and Evening Hours to Fit Busy Schedules
Telehealth Services throughout the Southeast
We offer treatment and support services via a secure virtual environment. Our telehealth counseling option allows clients to receive or continue group-based and individual treatment without the need for an in-person visit.
Outpatient Options that Fit in Your Life
Hope Counseling Southeast, a part of Teen Challenge, now offers faith-based, outpatient counseling for adults, teens, and children with life-controlling issues. Please see our options below to find a service that works for you.
Individual Counseling – Speak with a professional counselor online or in person.
Couples Therapy – Book a counseling session between you and a loved one.
Group Counseling – Family and relationship therapy is available for groups of three or more.
Meet Our Counselor!
Jim Goins, LPC
“I have over 14 years of experience in treating various life-controlling issues. Combined with my personal life experience, I believe that I can help you manage your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in ways that work for you and not against you. If what you are doing is not helping you get what you want, let’s figure it out!”
Specialized Counseling For
- Alcohol Use
- Anger Management
- Drug Abuse
- Family Conflict
- Self Esteem
- Relationship Issues
- Harmful Thoughts
- Isolation & Loneliness
- Trauma And PTSD
- Substance Use
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