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.
Taking the first steps to recovering from a drug addiction can be tenuous and difficult. Addiction can be a powerful negative influence over every aspect of your life and confronting it can be painful. In simply acknowledging the harmful effects created by your addiction and getting ready to think about making a change, you’re taking a huge first step towards recovery. No matter how bad things … [Read More]
A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) can be a big problem for any United States citizen. Depending on the circumstances of the case, an American citizen convicted of a DUI could face serious consequences that include hefty fines, loss of driving privileges, and jail time.
Upon conviction, non-citizens arrested for a DUI will also face the same consequences, or even worse penalties … [Read More]
“The whole range of human character can be found among people with addictions, despite the cruel stereotypes that are typically presented,” writes Maia Szalavtiz, author of the book Unbroken Brain: a Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction. Her work reports that only around 18% of addicts have a personality disorder involving dishonesty, lack of conscience and stealing, for instance - … [Read More]
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