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Our Mission

Our mission is to combat the stigma of mental illness and addiction in our community by providing a place where the strengths and talents of individuals are celebrated, by promoting and encouraging the many paths of recovery, and where efforts are made to advocate for the rights, privileges well being of our clients and their families.

Our Vision:

A community free from stigma where all paths to recovery are celebrated.

Soar on a New Path

Wings is a Consumer Operated Service, where people can come as a safe haven to work on recovery from mental health issues and/or addiction. Staff, Peer Support Counselors, and other individuals are here for you, offering a strong support system and friendship. Groups, social activities, resources and a knowledgable staff are all vital to the culture here at Wings.

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SUPPORT, ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES

Our confidential and judgment-free facility offers a strong support system for those who’ve struggled with addiction or mental illness. It all starts with our welcoming staff. We encourage you to drop in, get involved in one of our support groups or just simply socialize and hang out.Our wings span wide, with tons of resources available! We have an excellent computer resource center, brochures and very knowledgeable staff; all dedicated to helping you on your journey. So much to do and great opportunities to meet people and learn new skills.

RECOVERY IS BEAUTIFUL

Hear Don’s inspiring story of recovery and his transition from feeling like mental illness had “a grip on me” to feeling empowered and in control of his life!

“What good are wings without the courage to fly?”

—Atticus

Are you constantly uneasy, worrisome or panicked?

Is this impacting your everyday life?

Our Anxiety Support Group is one of the newest groups at Wings and is popular for anyone experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, or undue stress in their lives. This group was formed and became well attended in response to rise in occurrences of clinical anxiety and daily stress in society.

Are you (or someone you know) dealing with Mental Illness?

Ready to become more aware?

N.A.M.I. is the National Alliance on Mental Illness. It is a group offered for those with, or touched by any form of mental illness. This support group is all encompassing for mental illness and dual diagnosis and covers a wide variety of topics each week.

Are you unhappy, often up and down, or experiencing feelings of isolation?

With our Depression/ Bipolar Support Group, topics focus on Bipolar Disorder and Depression, while check-ins and discussion allow for participants to share a wide array of feelings and ideas. This addresses those with schizophrenia, schizo-effective disorder, and PTSD to the group as well.

Are you struggling with Addiction? Searching for the strength and support to recover?

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are wide spread support groups for those in recovery from addiction. As an active part of the community and as part of our mission at Wings to help people recover from addiction, we offer two A.A. meetings and one N.A. meeting every week.

Unsure of how to express yourself?

Looking for a deeper understanding of emotions?

A single word or emotion is often the focus of our Emotions Support Group. Everyone is asked to express how that word or emotion makes them feel in an open a discussion. This tends to be the most popular group at Wings, with very powerful takeaways.

Overwhelmed, with no direction?

Searching for an answer to tough times?

W.R.A.P. is an acronym for Wellness Recovery Action Plan—a concept developed by Mary Ellen Copeland. In this group, participants create a plan of action to put into place when they experience problems in life. A wellness toolbox, daily maintenance, and triggers are among the topics covered.

What Makes Wings Special?

At Wings, you are not defined by your past or any type of condition. We take pride in our name and, we know that with an open-minded atmosphere, people and groups of all types, can mend damaged or recovering wings. We believe that through support, friendship and comfort, you will find yourself soaring on a new path to greatness. We strive to build relationships that surpass stigmas, cultivating something lasting and truly meaningful. As a drop-in facility, there is no stress of a “have to” mindset. Come by when it’s convenient for you. We encourage you to stop in and check us out!

Recovery Housing

When people are newly sober, they are moving from a culture of addiction to a culture of recovery.  Recovery housing gives them the time and support needed to change those behaviors that previously were required for survival in the culture of addiction.  Through a community of support, residents practice new behaviors that will help them thrive in their communities and sustain long-term recovery.  It’s a place where people fit in, have common experiences and goals, and can be authentic without having to explain their addiction or recovery needs.

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Wings Support and Recovery acknowledges that certain groups in our society face extra challenges and as such wants to state publicly that we do not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability (whether mental or physical), marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, contractors, vendors, clients, and visitors.