PROVIDING INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP COUNSELING
FOR ADDICTION RECOVERY.
~ A place to heal, body, soul and spirit ~
Call us now to confidentially discuss your situation and arrange for an assessment. We complete a comprehensive evaluation of your physical, emotional, social, and life circumstances. We provide treatment, support and referrals for services needed to begin the recovery process. Our professional staff is here to help you and encourage your recovery.
HOURS OF OPERATION
MONDAY-FRIDAY 9 A.M.--6 P.M.
Please call 907-339-8760 to arrange to meet with a counselor for an comprehensive assessment. Individual/Marriage/Family counseling is by appointment.
Current IOP/OP group hours as of December 2019 are: Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:00 to 6:00 PM.
Alcohol Drug Information School (ADIS) held monthly from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM
May 12-14, 2020
April 14 -16, 2020
May 12-14, 2020
June 9 -11, 2020
July 14 -16, 2020
August 11-13, 2020
September 15 -17, 2020
October 13 -15, 2020
November 10 -12, 2020
December 8 -10, 2020
"When recovery comes first, the things that matter most to me do not have to come last."
1825 Academy Dr
Anchorage, Alaska 99507
Cornerstone Recovery is a caring community committed to bringing support, hope and healing to those struggling with addictive behaviors.
We are here to provide resources, support, information and skill building to help you build a life free of addiction.
Welcome to Cornerstone Recovery. For more information, please contact us. We are always available to help.
IF I MEET CRITERIA FOR TREATMENT, HOW LONG WILL IT LAST?
We design a treatment plan to meet the unique life circumstances of each person. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), recommends at least 18 weeks of engagement in a recovery program to support changing addictive behaviors. Groups meet three times a week for 3 hours. Individual meetings with a licensed professional counselor are included.
DO YOU PROVIDE HELP FOR FAMILY MEMBERS?
Family involvement is strongly encouraged and linked to healthy recovery. We are able to conduct relational and family counseling sessions. We understand the anguish for all who are connected to addiction, and seek to provide help and support. We refer to local groups and provide resources and counsel.
WHAT HAPPENS IN GROUP?
Group therapy provides support, connections and encouragement, with honest feedback from counselors and other group members. Coping strategies and practical tools for common problems are practiced in group. Subjects covered include: how to have and maintain good relationships and communication; coping with difficult emotions and life events like trauma, grief and loss; relapse prevention, thinking errors, and much more.
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Who We Are