Who We Are

Compassionate Addiction Treatment welcomes all into our supportive Recovery Community.  In addition to this innovative peer led day program, wrap around services for substance use disorder treatment are provided to holistically support each individual to build the life they dream of.

We come together each weekday in our welcoming, Recovery Community space.  Our days are spent celebrating recovery, healing together, creating art, making music, and enjoying a cup of coffee or a meal.

We welcome all in recovery, thinking about, or curious about recovery.  Our Recovery Community is diverse, with many of us currently experiencing homelessness.  We are a safe space.  We are a compassionate space.  All are welcome here.

The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is connection. ~Johann Hari

our community

community values


We understand that hope empowers us to move forward out of difficult times and stand together in Hope.


We embrace and value the diversity of our community members and stand united against racism. All are welcome here.


We care about the well-being of our community. We hold space for truth, without shame.


Our community welcomes vulnerability and meets it with compassion, empathy, trust and inclusivity.

Impact Stories

I started services with y’all and i just want to say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. I’ve been trying for months to no avail to get help only to always hear that “there’s a waiting list” and to hear that, it’s just another open door to keep using because when we want help it just doesn’t seem to be an easy door to walk thru. YOUR PROGRAM is the ONLY that I’ve found that ACCEPTED ME WITH OPEN ARMS AND AN OPEN DOOR!! AND HUGS!!

NOT AFRAID TO HUG!! I haven’t FELT so ACCEPTED AND ENCOURAGED in all my 26 YEARS OF ADDICTION as y’all made me feel that day I walked in those doors! I finally found something REAL and I found it at CAT I can’t wait for my next appointment on Friday! Y’all are truly an answered prayer!
~ H

CAT is unlike any place I have been for my drug addiction of 18 years.  They are a community of people that care.  They are patient and compassionate when helping people understand why it’s important to keep trying.  CAT is one of the main reasons I am alive and clean today”
~ D

“When I started coming into CAT, everyone was so friendly and supportive. I got involved here and felt like I was part of something. I got to where I had the urge to not use as much as I’d had the urge to use back when I started. It’s because of all the support. Everyone believed in me.”~ J

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