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Susan Stader
149 Courtland Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
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    Next Step Recovery, Inc.


    Services We Provide

    We provide each person with skills training; such as, cooking,
    budgeting, money management, schedule planning, and social
    skills. Twice a week we provide Relapse Prevention class.

    We provide a supportive and loving environment to all our

    We assist residents in finding new fun ways to live without the aid
    of alcohol or illegal drugs.

    We assist men in mending past relationships and building new
    healthy ones.

    We support each person in achieving their individual goals, and
    assist wherever we can in this process.


    My name is B.H., I am 36 years old and I live in Cove City, NC. I am
    divorced and have a 19 year old daughter. I am also a recovering
    addict. I have been clean and sober now for approximately 22
    My last treatment program was in Buncombe County, a few miles
    outside of Asheville. The program was a long-term residential
    treatment program for men. The program was 12 hours away from
    my home, and was highly structured.
    The counseling sessions (and classes) were designed around my
    individual needs and are what I now see the cornerstones that
    helped me turn my life around. I soon realized that I was addicted to
    many things besides drugs and alcohol, and I had numerous issues
    that held me in to an addictive lifestyle. I was addicted to
    relationships and struggled with issues of rejection, self-hatred, and
    low self-esteem. I was a perfectionist and a people pleaser. I was
    assigned a Primary Therapist named Susan. It was in one-on-one
    counseling sessions with Susan that I began the process of working
    on these issues that I kept buried deep inside. There were many
    times I felt my life was too messed up to fix, and many times I felt like
    giving up, but Susan was there to encourage me as well as to
    challenge me. There are many variables involved in the treatment of
    addiction. My flawed belief system, distorted self-perception, and
    learning how to deal with my emotions were the hardest for me.
    These were the things that I worked on with Susan and many times
    without me even knowing it.
    I was taught coping skills which were essential to transition back into
    society, and I applied what was taught while still in treatment.
    Practicing those skills while still in the program helped me a great
    deal once I returned home. When faced with a problem, I was able to
    effectively deal with the situation without relapsing.
    After 8 months of treatment, I returned home. This was when things
    got the toughest. My addictive lifestyle had cost me more than I had
    imagined. Sometimes the issues caused by addiction can only be
    put behind you. Many times there is no way to repair the damage
    that has been caused. There were broken relationships that I had to
    let go of before I could move forward in my new life. Addiction cost
    me my marriage, and put a strain on my relationship with my
    Today, I am in my second semester in college and I also work a
    part-time job. On Sunday's I attend church and I am a member of our
    choir. I surround myself with my support system. It keeps me
    grounded and reminds me that I don't have to live the way that I once
    did. My life today is happier and more stable than it ever was in
    active addiction. I feel that I am one of the lucky ones. There are
    hundreds of men all over the world in every city that might not be so
    lucky. I feel this way because not because they don't want help, but
    because there are not enough programs and resources available to
    them. To the people who helped me, whether area organizations,
    businesses, or individuals, I owe my life too. They are the ones who
    truly make recovery possible.

    Next Step Recovery, Inc.

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