Chances are you've been riding along a rough road. At Absolute Advocacy, we believe in second chances. We believe in you. Whether you're seeking Mental Health services, DWI or substance abuse services, or drug education classes, we have your needs and best interests close to our hearts and will provide you with the best assessment, prevention and educational services Cabarrus & Mecklenburg counties offer. One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, your rough road ends right here.
Whether you or someone you know needs help conquering a drug or alcohol-related addiction, we are here to help by providing assessments and counseling to get you or your loved one on the road to recovery.
Absolute Advocacy is now licensed in North Carolina to offer mental health services for youth & adolescents, crisis care for those experiencing suicidal ideation, and counseling for mental health conditions including depression and anxiety.
Many people can have a dual diagnosis of a substance use disorder and mental disorder, but don’t know it. It’s important to inform ourselves on the aspects of dual diagnosis by watching for symptoms of addiction and early warning signs of mental illness. What is a dual diagnosis? A dual diagnosis is when a person has both a substance use disorder and a mental disorder. You might also hear … [Read More]
Globally, more than 264 million people of all ages experience depression. But for those experiencing depression during addiction recovery, there may be additional challenges that can make the road to recovery much more difficult. From recognizing the signs to how depression can affect recovery, as well as potential solutions, here’s what you need to know. Recognizing the … [Read More]
There are several considerations that come into play once someone is convicted of a DWI (Driving While Impaired). Driving while impaired can be proven in one of two ways: By proving the driver’s physical or mental fitness are appreciably impaired by alcohol, drugs or a combination of both; orBy proving the driver’s blood alcohol concentration is 0.08 percent or more You might know … [Read More]
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