Building a better life free from drugs and alcohol or mental health issues can seem impossible if you don’t know where to begin. You might even fear that your situation is broken beyond repair.
But no matter how bad things may seem, there is hope. Young adults struggling with addiction and mental health challenges can find a new sense of purpose, happiness, and belonging in recovery at Momentum Recovery in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Gender-Specific Addiction & Mental Health Treatment
The Map to a Better Life
Primary Addiction & Mental Health Treatment
Extended Care/ IOP
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Start Your Journey
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Meet Your Guides
At Momentum Recovery, we believe that everyone deserves and can find recovery with the right community and the right tools. Our caring and empathetic experts have the personal and professional experience to help guide you in building a better, happier life free from the chaos of substance abuse and mental health disorders.
MSW, LCSW, LCAS, MAC, CCS, MBA
Co-Founder and CEO
Co-Founder and COO
MMS, PA-C, CAQ-Psych
Momentum is an incredible addition to Wilmington’s vibrant recovery community. I’ve seen so many individuals have success through this program and the team provides creative wraparound care. If a family member were struggling with addiction, this would be the first place I would send them.
Momentum helped me properly prepare to transition back into the real world by slowly reintroducing normal freedoms you may not have in the beginning of your recovery and new life.
Momentum Recovery is a first-rate transitional living and recovery program with wonderful facilities in Wilmington, NC. The founders, administrators, and clinicians are top-notch. All are extremely qualified, committed, personable, accessible, and passionate about helping young adults to find purpose, autonomy, and fun in recovery.
Space to Heal
From its inception, the landscape of addiction treatment has been focused predominantly on studying and treating the effects of substance abuse on men. But women experience addiction differently — physically, psychologically, and socially. Download this free e-book to learn more about the unique complexities of helping women heal and what an effective treatment program entails.