Continuing Care

Recovery Management
Recovery requires a complete lifestyle change and one of the easiest ways to be successful is to have a great support network and to stay connected to those in the recovery community. When you complete the outpatient treatment program, we still want to keep you engaged and surrounded by others that support a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle. We believe that the opposite of addiction is connection, so it is important for people in recovery to have a community to thrive in. At The Willow Center, we want to help facilitate those deep, meaningful, and supportive relationships someone is going to need to maintain sobriety.

When someone enters treatment, one of the first things they will be told is to change “people, places, and things.” We feel like the best support we can give our clients is to show them new people, places, and things. Getting involved in our Recovery Management program will provide you with more treatment tools, life skills, and resources that promote your new, sober way of life.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are both fellowships of men and women who have been afflicted with alcoholism or addiction, respectively. The only requirement for either group is to have a desire to stop drinking or using.

We are proud to be the home of a weekly AA and NA meeting here at The Willow Center. These groups are self-supporting and not affiliated with The Willow Center, but we are happy to provide a safe space for both groups to meet on Monday nights. The AA meeting runs from 6:00-7:00 pm and the NA meeting from 7:30-8:30 pm, both in suite 301. For more information on either meeting, please visit or