Creighton's House

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A Commitment To No One Feeling Alone

Once a month we host Creighton’s Night Out, which includes activities such as bowling, miniature golf, walking the bridge, movie & pizza nights, game nights, etc. If you are interested in participating, please contact us at (843) 972-8154 to inquire about specific dates and details.

Creighton’s House is a community center that provides a safe space to offer peer-support services, meetings, and training to people seeking and maintaining recovery. We believe in improving lives through hope, healing, and recovery. We provide a community of unwavering support, compassion, and love for individuals and families seeking or maintaining recovery from substance use disorders and providing a recovery-focused community where individuals and families affected by addiction feel safe, accepted, and supported while navigating the road to recovery.

Creighton’s House is a community of people gathering together to create an environment where individuals seeking recovery can receive unwavering support. Honoring all pathways of recovery; aim to empower those seeking recovery with the tools and support to successfully take charge of their lives, and enhance their physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being.

Creighton’s House became a service provided within WakeUp Carolina’s Recovery Pillar in April 2018. June 2018 was the first all-recovery young adult Creighton’s House meeting. The meetings are held in space that we rely upon by community partners. It is our hope, that in the near future we will have a permanent location for the many services Creighton’s House.

WakeUp Carolina has worked very hard to build an unwavering, strong, unified team that believes in real community impact. An impact that is built around a solid mission and culture, talented people, and programs tied to proven and evidence-based models that are tailored to a community voice that speaks to what their community is lacking.

Creighton‘s House has been an amazing way for me to connect to my community. I have learned so many tools and have gained access to so many resources to help me cope with my addiction. As a young woman in recovery in Charleston, I thought it would be hard to make connections friends and to have fun sober. But Creighton‘s house has given me a place where I have found all of those things and so much more. It’s been a truly amazing experience for me to share what I’ve been through with others who can relate, in the hopes of helping someone along the way. Creighton‘s house is doing amazing things to bring awareness and help to our community and especially to the youth and young adults struggling with substance abuse issues. I am so grateful to be a part of such an amazing organization.

“I can’t even describe how CH has changed my life. When I got out of rehab they were the first group there for me. Very supportive and laid back and if I could pick one place to go to early sobriety CH would be my first pick.

Creighton’s House has provided me with a space to show up as my authentic self and speak candidly about what it’s like being a young person in recovery

“Thank you! My son left happy tonight and looking forward to coming back. We are so happy to find this group!

Who We Are

Our Team & Leadership

We work to demonstrate the power and promise of Recovery from addiction, and the value Recovery provides to individuals, families, and entire communities throughout the Lowcountry.

Boundaries & Refusal Skills in Substance Use Recovery: What Loved Ones Should Know

We explore what individuals in recovery want their loved ones to understand about their commitment to boundaries and refusal skills and how to interpret these behaviors positively and be supportive.

Holiday Triggers: Understanding Stress, Family Dynamics, and Unresolved Issues

While holiday triggers can be formidable, they can be managed with the right strategies and support.

Holidays with a Loved One in Recovery: A Guide for Family Members

If you feel nervous or awkward around your loved one in recovery during this time, you’re not alone.

Soaring Above Temptation: Your Guide to Sobriety Strategies for Thanksgiving Eve

Thanksgiving Eve, often referred to as “Blackout Wednesday,” is known for its heavy drinking and partying. We explore a range of strategies to help you navigate this potentially tricky time with grace and resilience.

Cultivating Gratitude: The WakeUp Carolina Gratitude Challenge

We invite you to embark on a life-changing journey with us—the WakeUp Carolina Gratitude Challenge. Discover how daily reflections on gratitude can enhance your recovery and bring joy to your life.

Delta Vapes & Panic Attacks Among Teens

These devices can potentially cause panic attacks in teenagers, as they can have significant effects on mental and emotional well-being.

Embracing Mindfulness: Finding Serenity in Halloween

We recognize the unique challenges this time of year can pose for individuals navigating their paths to wellness. We invite you to explore the practice of mindfulness and discover how it can help you find serenity amidst the Halloween festivities.

How The Rise of Ketamine & Xylazine Harms Young Adults

These drugs are not only illegal when used recreationally but also carry specific risks and consequences that can negatively impact the health and well-being of individuals in this age group.

Alcohol Is OK For Adults? Widely Accepted Consumption Affects Teens

With fentanyl and other opiates dominating news headlines, we can overlook the dangers of alcohol consumption, especially when it’s widely accepted among adults.

Building Bridges of Empathy: The Impact of Substance Use Disorder Education on Peer Support

When teens are educated about the challenges of substance use disorder recovery through drug prevention programs, they become not only better informed but also more empathetic and supportive of their peers who are in recovery.

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