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Recovery Support Groups

Due to Covid-19, Social Distancing and Stay at Home Orders, we are temporarily offering the following one-hour Telehealth recovery support groups to provide additional support for those that need it. Groups will meet weekly for $20 per session, less if necessary (no one will be turned away for inability to pay).

 

1) Women’s Group – Mondays 6:30p – 7:30p
2) Men’s Group – Thursdays 6:30p – 7:30p
3) LGBTQ Group – Fridays 6:30p – 7:30p

 

Contact me to sign up for one of these groups as space is limited.

Recovery Support Groups are a great place to discuss common issues or concerns, learn new skills, and start building a sober support network.

LGBTQ+ Sober Support

This recovery support group is designed to be a supportive place for you to come and be as you are and openly discuss any issues, concerns or struggles that you are having with your sexual or gender identity, sexuality or relationship issues, as they relate to your chemical use or your recovery, that you would not feel comfortable or safe discussing in a general recovery meeting. It is also a place to meet new people and have an opportunity to create a new sober support community.

Women In Recovery

Come together with other women to explore and expand upon your personal recovery program, openly discuss any challenges you are experiencing with your recovery, celebrate the positives and enjoy the your personal growth and development as you get to know and trust yourself more, all while developing new and trusting relationships with other women in recovery.

Recovery Maintenance

Are you New to Recovery? Returning to Recovery? Struggling to Maintain Recovery? Or, are you Ready to Strengthen Your Recovery and Bring it Up a Notch?

If you answered “Yes” to ANY of these questions, then this recovery support group is for you!
There are lots of groups that talk about Relapse Prevention or All the Things You Need to Prevent Relapse.

Well… This group is different!! We will review THE THINGS you have to GAIN in Recovery, and how you can develop the life balance that will help you to reach your goals so you will be able to achieve Long-Term Recovery Maintenance.

Sober What? Sober Fun!

Are you thinking there is nothing to do sober? Are you afraid that you will never have fun again?

Are you struggling to meet new people in Recovery?

Well then this is the recovery support group for You! Come Join Us! Fun is what this group is all about! Meet New People. Participate in Fun Activities. Smile, Laugh and have Fun!!

Meet Christine Ruehling, LADC

I offer Substance Abuse and Recovery Counseling and Private Consultation Services with a special emphasis on developing Individualized Programs of Recovery, Long-Term Recovery Maintenance and Teaching Effective Coping Skills. I also offer a variety of Recovery Support Groups that offer clients a safe place to address recovery issues, help them gain new skills and develop new peer relationships; regardless of where they are on their recovery journey. And finally, I offer DMV and Court Approved Substance Use Assessments that can be used to get your Driver’s License Reinstated, obtain the Interlock System, meet the requirements from the Courts or Probation and to request funding for Substance Abuse services. My services are offered in person at my office, at a location or your choice, or via Telehealth (videoconferencing) Services.

Learn About Recovery

Recovery Counseling Now Offered Through Telehealth

Due to state and federal mandates to stay at home, All About You Recovery Counseling Services is now offering counseling by telehealth to Minnesota residents.

Why Choose All About You for Recovery Counseling?

I am a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and I have been in Recovery for over 10 years. After I got sober, I left my Social Service career of over 20 years and obtained my License in Alcohol and Drug Counseling

Do I Really Need Recovery Counseling?

Everyone experiences challenging situations in life. You have most likely been successful in handling a variety of difficulties in the past. There’s nothing wrong with seeking out extra recovery support,