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WHO Counseling Services offers an array of substance abuse services designed to assist and encourage individuals who are having challenges with addiction and would like someone to walk with you along the way. All our services work to link and assist participants with assessing needed medical, psychiatric, psychological, social, educational, vocational, recovery, and other supports essential to meeting your basic needs. Our various programs focus on substance abuse education and relapse prevention, while participants work with someone an individual and or group environment to start to learn how to live a recovery lifestyle.

Latausha Boone, LPC

Our services are offered in coordination with the Department of Correction and are court approved.

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C.O.R.E. Skills 

 The C.O.R.E. Skills program is for individuals that struggle with substance use disorder.  The aim of the program is to educate, empower, and motivate  individuals to change the direction of their lives.  This program will  answer the call for us to be gender specific, culturally competent, inclusive, and diverse. Unfortunately, individuals have been made

C.O.R.E. Skill Program Benefits:

  • Prepares the client for service/treatment;

  • Builds skills through encouraging change;​

  • Describes the course of service and/or treatment.

to adapt to substance use disorder treatment programs that were designed with others in mind. Additionally, research informs us that traditional treatment are not very successful with the criminal justice population.

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Addiction & Recovery
Drug addiction is when you can’t stop taking the drug even if you want to. The urge is too strong to control, even if you know the drug is causing harm. Research on the science of addiction and the treatment of substance use disorders has led to the development of research-based methods that help people to stop using drugs and resume productive lives, also known as being in recovery.
Our programs use certified research of substances impacting their ability to maintain appropriate behaviors. WHO utilizes the MEE Journal Curriculum to address addictive behaviors that has caused significant impairment in home, community, and work. All services are ASAM compliant and are under the supervision of a licensed professional. 
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