PRC – Carteret County Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
We offer a “warmline”, for when our center is closed, such as on nights and weekends. Call anytime and you can speak with a Certified Peer Support Specialist who you can confide in.
1:1 Peer Counseling
Anyone who walks in or calls in and needs to speak with someone privately is provided with a peer support specialist who will speak with them and encourage them to concentrate on the solution and not the problem.
We study the “Big Book” of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA); there’s nothing like one in recovery talking with another to further recovery.
Homelessness is a large and growing concern in our community. We can help. We have access to resources for low-cost housing, food banks and soup kitchens, counseling, and job training.
We want to become the “one-stop shop” for resources available to all those in need of some sort of social service. We can help to find soup kitchens or food banks, community centers, government agencies, recovery meetings, inpatient/outpatient care facilities, rehabilitation centers, phone assistance, and more.
Instruction on various ways to meditate and relieve stress, meets Wednesdays at 1pm.
A Recovery walk, BYOB lunch, and an uplifting movie. Great fellowship and fun. Call for details.
An organization that which provides mental health advocacy, education, and support meets at our facility monthly.
Peer Support Groups
There are several groups that meet at our facility:
- Narcotics Anonymous, meets on Wednesdays at 8pm.
- Fish group, studies the Recovery bible, meets Thursdays at 6pm.
- Nar-a-non, a group of individuals who have family members in recovery from addiction to drugs, meets Mondays at 8pm.