This is an amazingly dedicated organization providing peer support and engagement in our community. Their staff's dedication far exceeds the expectations that you would have. Staff will walk you through your journey from the beginning to the end. They have high integrity, culturally competent, confidential, and reliable to guide you through to recovery.
I really don't know where to start. When I attended the first meeting at the Courage Center I left feeling hopeful. It was the first time in a long time that I felt that way. My daughter had been battling addiction for about 4 years that I knew about....we have been to 7-8 rehabs over the course of this journey, arbitration, DJJ, and even jail time. I had support from Day 1 of attending the Courage Center and to this day I have the support and guidance that I have needed. I have learned so much about this disease and I feel so free being able to open up and talk about addiction. Not only have I learned how to help myself, I am helping my daughter, and the rest of my family. I owe everything in the world to the Courage Center for giving me the Courage and hope that I need to help others.
The Courage Center is a unique organization offering FREE services unlike any in the state. They are creating a model of community-based recovery services for youth and families that, if we are lucky, will be copied all over the state. As a volunteer recovery coach, I had opportunities to utilize my lived experience as a person in long-term recovery to help guide young people onto their own path toward wellness. The Courage Center is a blessing to its volunteers, the community, and its participants!
It is wonderful to finally have an organization in the area addressing the issues that our community desperately needs. I have personally been involved for quite some time and have truly witnessed miracles involving youth and family. The Courage Center is a pioneering organization changing the lives of families and youth in a way that no other organization does in the state of SC. They are filling a gap and true need in our community. Keep up the great work!!
My family starting using The Courage Center’s services last year. We attend group meetings every Monday evening. We have learned so much from training sessions and group meetings. We have learned that it is ok to set healthy boundaries in our home and have learned of many treatment options. With the help of The Courage Center we were able to quickly get our loved one into a treatment facility and into a long term sober living environment. The Courage Center equipped us with the tools we needed to help ourselves and our son. I have learned that it is ok to be ok even if my loved on isn’t. Self care is so important and knowing we are not alone in this journey helps with the healing.
We highly recommend The Courage Center to all families and young adults that need support and a safe place when experiencing a loved one suffering with substance abuse - and that is wether someone has just experimented a time or two or wether a loved one has developed an addition.
This is a place where you can learn how to stay ahead of this disease or how to cope if in the throws of use. It is a place where all people are valued, encouraged, and start the path toward healing and recovery.
The most helpful for both sides being an adult child and us as parents. Julie Cole helped us tremendously and walked us through every aspect of our adult child with starting with pain meds and moving on to meth. She kept in constant contact with us and helped us with finding treatment for our daughter. She also talked with us at any given time and checked on us daily. We have been going to their Monday night meetings and they have helped tremendously for us to be around others going through the same thing that we are going through. I have recommended them numerous times to others going through the same thing, and when my husband and I walked into the first meeting we actually knew 5 people at the meeting. This just does not affect the poor this affects all individuals from all parts of society.
This nonprofit is providing recovery services to young people and their families in the Midlands. Finding the right service for young people can be tough sometimes but The Courage Center is doing it right! Furthermore, having services for the family members is vital in achieving long term recovery and TCC is doing that too. Thank You for the work you do!
This non profit is leading the way in the midlands for abusers attempting recovery and helping families through this struggle.
From education to support; this special group has been encouraging, rewarding, and a big part of my own self-care. The world of addiction often sheds a very dark shadow on this disease. Yet each week I find laughter in the tears and hope in the valley. Everyone's journey is different and the pain can be overwhelming. But you don't have to travel it alone. Walking alongside other family members at The Courage Center has been a game changer for me.
I have volunteered with The Courage Center since nearly the beginning and it has been an honor to watch this ministry bloom from idea to impacting the community in a large way. The Courage Center truly does fill some major gaps in the recovery community as it exists today, and I'm very thankful for this organization and this team!
I have a son that is a heroin addict, I have been so lost for 4.5 years, I had been to Al-anon and it did not seem to fit my needs I was also in Three Rivers for treatment for depression and anxiety and that is where I learned of The Courage Center.
This truly has been more help to me as a mother than anything I have experienced in the past. It has given me an abundance of tools to help me cope,
Everyone is very friendly and nonjudgmental. I have heard a lot of stories from family where their children are succeeding now.
I have more hope and I owe my hope to the Courage Center.
The gang over at The Courage Center have offered some incredible information for the community! Teenagers are so different today than they were when we were growing up (didn't our parents say that? Wow...) Today's teenagers can easily make a poor choice with substance use that throws them into a whirlwind of panic and despair. The schools punish them and parents are confused and hurt and don't know what to do! I'm so grateful that The Courage Center is offering informational sessions to help the community and parents learn how to help instead of judge...thank you all for the work that you do! You are truly making the community a nicer one to live in!!