Support Services

Prevention Resources, Inc, licensed by the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DHMAS) as a level 1 outpatient program, offers diverse early intervention and treatment services, including substance use disorder evaluations, substance use disorder counseling, and Intoxicated Drivers Resource Center (IDRC).

The agency also offers counseling in other arenas including life transitions, loss and grief, early intervention counseling on substance misuse and mental health, as well as relationship/ marriage counseling.

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a contracted service offered to schools and businesses to provide short-term counseling services to their employees.

The goal of Prevention Resources team of counselors is to ensure the presenting problem is resolved and to work with the community to ensure that needed linkages are made to other support services needed.

Our Support Services Include


Counseling is provided in all arenas from life transitions, grief and loss, gender identity, relapse prevention, marital and mental health, utilizing a strength-based approach.


At times, when an addicted person does not recognize that their addicitons are significantly impairing their lives, an intervention may be warranted. Our interventionist, trained and certified by the Johnson Institute will work with the family of the addict to undertake an intervention in a trained, supportive and professionally facilitated way.

LEAP- Diversion Program

An early intervention juvenile diversion program for youth facing criminal charges. It utilizes a combination of life skills, goal setting, parent education, and community service to help rehabilitate youth and prevent future law enforcement encounters. Click here for more information!

Supervised Healthy Environment Program (SHEP)

This is a court mandated, supervised parenting program, offered two times a week for families who have been separated and are in need of gradual supervised reentry to ensure appropriate and healthy parenting and communication skills are utilized.

Family Support Center

Free family support to anyone who has a loved one with substance use disorder. Click here for more information!

Open Door Recovery Center

Provides a safe and welcoming home-like environment for people in recovery and offers them support, guidance, substance free activities, and support groups to help them maintain their recovery. This utilizes a peer-to-peer approach and certified recovery coaches to assist others in need. Click here for more information!

Educational Groups

Groups include Anger Management, a six week evidence based curriculum, a Life Skills group, a six week focus on the development of healthy life skills such as decision-making, communication skills, stress management and coping skills.

Actions through Cognitive Training (A.C.T.)

This is a 26-week mandated judicial program utilizing the evidence based Duluth model to create a process of change for men or women who batter in relationships.

Tobacco Cessation

Cessation Services are offered by a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTS) to address tobacco dependence, the recovery process and to provide ongoing support.