When people think of a Substance Use Disorder (SUD), they often picture someone who is down on their luck. For example, they might think of someone who is homeless, unemployed, has health problems or is in legal trouble.
It's great to have someone to talk through my thoughts and feelings with — to get things out into the universe and have a neutral party help me learn how to process, try new things, embrace different ideas. I feel comfort throughout the week just knowing I have someone to meet with consistently to help me better navigate life.
"I can't put into words how Covenant has saved my family in so many ways. The most amazing therapists work here. I have seen a lot of therapy offices through my work but none compare to the level of skill and professionalism shown here."
"I've been going here for years and I wouldn't have it any other way. Their therapists have helped me through so many issues, some I knew about, others I didn't. I would recommended them to all my friends and family."
"Our family has seen three of the therapists at Covenant. All have been good for different reasons. The variety of therapists allows lots of choices depending on your needs."