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First Step Services of Raleigh
211 E. Six Forks Road Ste 117
Raleigh, NC 27609
Does someone you know need treatment for alcohol or drug use? Who do you rely on for accurate information
My DWI and recovery from alcohol. I was first upset with having to come back to group. After coming to a few groups, I realized that it wasn’t that bad. I tried to take the best and all I could from groups. Problem-solving was probably my most rewarding group.
My counselors have supported me in bettering my foundation to strive. The information I learned from my 16 hour ADETS class has really given me the information I need to make informative decision about drinking. Coming to group has showed me that I am not alone and that we are all in it together. After
When I first came to First Step I did not really understand the effects that drugs/alcohol have. However, after hearing what others have done and how it has destroyed lives I think the groups have helped me better understand how to make good decisions and move forward with my life successfully. I was very impressed
“I had never been to anything like this before but even though I didn’t know what to expect. I found it very welcoming hearing from other people it’s what has helped me the most and also the talk from the guest speaker had the greatest impact. I came looking for the power to control alcohol
Anonymous Raleigh Client
Initially I thought it would be long and boring. The treatment actually gave me a chance to change my decision making towards drinking and any mood altering substance. The treatment went well and the treatment opened my eyes to new things (people).
Came here because of a custody battle. I believe all of the staff here do a great job and they are very helpful.
I first came to First Step because of a stupid mistake I made. I take full responsibility of my actions therefore I chose to enroll in the program to learn from my mistakes. Why did I do it? Am I the only one? How can I learn useful ways to avoid doing it again? Anyways,
At first, I didn’t know what, the group was going to be, like but I found everyone to be very nice and easy going. It was good that I was able to talk and let everyone know how I was feeling in a good setting. I also found it very helpful to hear everyone else
Anonymous Education program graduate
Following my DWI conviction, I called First Step and was immediately treated with respect and courtesy. My counselor was always kind, smiling, and ready to listen; offering help when needed. She was open and kind in all situations and to all of the group members. She taught tools to me and the group regarding staying sober.
Anonymous Raleigh Client
Nervous at first but was able to open up to the group. It was a great group atmosphere. Counselors were helpful and kind and although many did not want to be here I learned a lot from them. I also hoped my experiences serve them well.