Prevention & Early Intervention Staff
“Our mission is to provide expert services in substance abuse prevention and mental health promotion and promote positive change through consultation, education, and advocacy by qualified and caring professionals.”
ADS has provided substance abuse prevention and intervention services for over 40 years. These dynamic and highly trained professionals have over 60 years of combined prevention experience. Our team consist of Certified Teachers, Certified Substance Abuse Prevention Consultants, Certified Substance Abuse Counselors, and Qualified Professionals who are registered with the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board. Our staff is experienced and trained in motivational interviewing, evidence-based prevention curricula implementation, brief intervention, behavior management, crisis intervention, group facilitation, substance abuse assessments, community mobilization, staff development, and other best practice strategies.
Excellent therapist and teacher.
It helps to be able to talk with someone.
I really enjoyed coming to class. It helped me a lot. Thank you.
I learned a lot about addiction and disease and how to not feel guilty about my past. I was able to stay clean and get the help I needed by coming to class and talking and listening.
IOP and Aftercare have really helped me in my addiction and to know what to do in the future. Thanks for giving me my life back.
Everyone at both clinics (East & West) are extremely wonderful and helpful. I feel like they’re family.
ADS saved my life and are some of the greatest people I’ve ever known.
I came here wanting help and ADS has provided more than expected. I thank them very much.
This program is a good place. Without it, I don’t know where I would be right now. Thank you guys!
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