FAVOR Greenville

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FAVOR Greenville Center

355 Woodruff Road
Suite 303
Greenville, SC 29607


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Recovery is for Everyone!

FAVOR Greenville envisions a community where recovery from substance use disorders is embraced and celebrated. If you have questions about your own or a loved one's alcohol or drug use, FAVOR Greenville is a great place to start.

Significant Others Support Group

Facilitator: Richard Jones MA, MBA, LCAS, CCS, CCDP, CAI (Certified ARISE Interventionist)

Place/Time: Weekly, Thursdays at 6:30PM, FAVOR Center

Addiction affects the whole family - often the best chance for an addicted person to get better is for his or her family to get healthy.  For spouses, partners, or adult children of parents with substance use disorder, this can be a daunting challenge.  How can you encourage your significant other to start recovery and also help yourself?

For more information about this group, contact Rich Jones at 864-385-7576 or email richj@favorgreenville.org.

The Teen Program

Place/Time: Weekly, Thursdays at 6:30PM, FAVOR Center

The FAVOR Teen Program is a new weekly support group for teens ages 14-18.  Teenagers are exposed to incredible pressure to try drugs and alcohol.  The purpose of the Teen Program at FAVOR is to provide a safe place for teens to support each other, realizing they are not alone in their desire to live a happy, successful, and drug free life.  It takes a lot of courage to speak up when it feels like “everyone is doing it.” The Teen Program at FAVOR is for any teens who are affected by addiction, or who want to lead a healthy, sober lifestyle.

Contact Rich Jones at (864) 385-7576 for more details!

What's Happening

May Calendar of Events

Rhythm & Recovery Drum Circle

Photos from Gifts of Recovery Luncheon

No Family Recovery Workshop in May

The FAVOR Center will be closed on Memorial Day