STROW stands for supporting treatment and recovery from opioid withdrawal. We provide substance abuse treatment for any and all substances including alcohol. We provide referrals for housing assistance, help with obtaining health insurance, applying for disability and social security benefits, assistance with applying for food stamps, and referrals for mental health and more.
We are here to make emotional/mental health and substance abuse treatment more accessible for individuals struggling with an addiction problem. We accept everyone, regardless of race, gender, or sexuality.
You have the power to heal and you don’t have to do it alone. We have a community to support you every step of the way. Services are provided by people who love and look like you.
You have options! We offer our services virtually and in-person.
We all deserve the chance to feel supported emotionally. We offer the chance to meet with a counselor free of charge to speak openly and honestly about your needs in private.
We provide a space for individuals to come together and talk about how we take care of ourselves in those moments when we may feel stressed; teaching coping skills and awareness of triggers. These conversations are facilitated by our Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors and offer the chance to talk about tools that might help in reaching goals such as:
Meeting with a psychiatrist can be an opportunity to confront your fears, receive unbiased guidance and become an even better version of yourself. Psychiatrists assess all of your mental and physical symptoms. They make a diagnosis and work with you to develop a management plan for your treatment and recovery.
Our services are designed to engage individuals in thinking about how to gain new ways to manage emotional health and to support success.
"I remember an instance when I was apprehensive about coming to group out of fear of being judged. A Case Manager sat with me and gave me participation options that I was comfortable with in the beginning which eventually allowed me the confidence to fully participate and engage in the group counseling process. That has been one of the best decisions I ever made in my recovery!"
"My experience with STROW was positive. The facilitators and counselors spoke to me in a language that I could understand. I never felt as if I was less than or spoken down to because they understood my needs and individualized my counseling."