Cultivating Hope Through Genuine Connection

About Front Porch Counseling & Family Services

Front Porch Counseling and substance abuse programs and groups were formed from a desire to see people in an ever-changing fast-paced society take some time to slow down, smell the roses and connect in a genuine way with those right around them; neighbors, friends, their own families. Computers and other technologies have advanced our ability to connect with people all over the globe but we have a responsibility to bloom right where we are planted, and where we can make the most impact and where we can be impacted the most.

Nothing surpasses the power that words can have on the human heart, soul, and body. Words can heal and they can wound.

At Front Porch Counseling we want to model good, sound, non-judgmental communication and empower you to know yourself, and to be curious about others all the while increasing your level of satisfaction with any circumstance you are facing.

Meet The Team


Counseling Services



Psychotherapy & Substance Abuse Groups (SUD Groups)

"Creating a Culture of Recovery"

Groups Available:

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Night


Spots Available: 6

Support Group

The focus of support groups range focus on achieving abstinence and managing day-to-day living.

Psycho-educational Groups

Psycho-educational groups are designed to educate clients about substance abuse and related behaviors and consequences. This type of group presents structured, group¬specific content, often taught by means of videotapes, audio-cassette, or lectures. 

Cognitive–Behavioral/Problem Solving Groups

Cognitive-behavioral therapy groups work to change learned behavior by changing thinking patterns, beliefs, and perceptions. The group leader focuses on providing a structured environment within which group members can examine the behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs that lead to their maladaptive behavior.

Interpersonal Process Groups

Interpersonal process group therapy delves into major developmental issues, searching for patterns that contribute to addiction or interfere with recovery. 

Sign Up For A Psychotherapy or Substance Abuse Group

What group is right for you? Contact us today and a therapist will arrange for a SUD assessment before the group begins and confirmations will be sent as well.

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