Our youth groups are facilitated by licensed professionals. Our approach is practical and goal oriented. We create a safe environment for youth to share their thoughts and feelings and gain support from their peers. Youth are taught coping strategies to address substance use and mental health disorders as well as delinquent behavior.
Our family groups are facilitated by licensed professionals. Parents participate in weekly family/parent group meetings where their fellowship is focused on self-care and mutual support. In our parent group meetings, struggling parents gain insight, find answers on day-to-day challenges, learn how to set boundaries, and how best to support their youth in recovery.
Pro-social activities and snacks are provided at each group. Pre-planned staffed activities are on weekends, days/evenings to provide youth with an opportunity to learn to have fun without abusing substances.
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“The nonprofit named Drug-Free Coalition of Granville County, Inc. was founded in 2018 by two individuals both residents of Granville County who were directly impacted by addiction. The founders saw the need for substance abuse services for youth in their community. Drug-Free Coalition of Granville County, Inc. (DFC) was birthed to spread that message of hope. Through, this work Drug-Free Coalition of Granville County, Inc. hopes to reduce the feeling of isolation and stigma, drawing people who need help to those who want to help. “We exist because addiction is a tough problem, we want to help youth with substance use disorders”. Drug-Free Coalition of Granville County, Inc. want to help demonstrate that people can, and do, recover from addictions, and those who do come from all walks of life.”
912 College St., Oxford, NC 27565
Tuesday to Thursday 5:00pm to 7:30pm
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