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Individual & Group

All of WakeUp Carolina’s peer-support services are offered at no cost to the individual or family. Our meetings and events aim to bring awareness, education, hope, and recovery to our community.

For Fathers


A safe place for dads who are coping with their children’s substance misuse disorders.

Wednesdays @ 7pm:
857 Coleman Blvd. Suite D, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464


Family Recovery Coaching

A family recovery coach is a trained volunteer in sustained recovery who serves as a mentor for individuals seeking or maintaining recovery. Recovery coaching works to remove barriers and obstacles to recovery by offering strengths-based support, encouragement, and guidance.

Call (843) 972-8154 for appointment.

For Moms

Mothers’ Gathering

A safe place for mothers who are coping with their children’s substance misuse disorders.

Tuesdays @ 4:30pm:
857 Coleman Blvd. Suite D, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Come Together

Siblings Support

A safe place for individuals who are coping with their siblings’ substance misuse disorders.

First Wednesday of Every Month:

Watching someone you love battle rehab and recovery is an exhausting, frightening, tenuous experience. Unless you have lived it, you will never fathom the depth and breadth of the havoc this disease wreaks on a family. Having other mothers that are walking or have walked that walk has provided invaluable support, emotionally and spiritually. This group provides a safe haven, a place for raw, genuine emotions, because “addiction” is not a word, it is a reality. In a word, this group is a “lifeline.”

That is good information and I appreciate the truthfulness. It’s so hard to navigate!

God bless you in the work that you do and thank you for being here just to let me talk it out.

Thank you so much for everything y’all do on a daily basis and thank you fir your help with us. We definitely appreciate the meetings and support.

Nanci and Nate I cannot thank you both enough I just told Sam that Donnie just told me they are leaving in the morning for Georgia you guys are amazing, fast acting, real angels on earth!! Thank you for all you do and for helping us so far away without hesitation and with actual caring and kindness! God bless you all!

I have my son back. This is the absolute best day of my entire life.

Thank you again for everything. Your support is a God send and I’m grateful for you, the family support and WakeUp Carolina.

You’re not confusing me and I appreciate all you’re willing to do to help us! It IS way too hard and goodness we need more people to guide more families like you all.

Thank you so much. You all are such a guiding light for me, my daughter and I appreciate you.

On a positive and appreciative note, and as a sister still coping and trying to navigate a world without her older brother who lost his life to addiction to opioids, I thank you and your people and staff for this site and all the good vibes I feel every time I see your posts. Thank you for indulging my little bit of “control” in this uncontrollable world, and thank you for all you’re trying to do to keep another sister from mourning the loss of a brother.

My heart is full I cannot thank you guys enough.


Creighton’s Story

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Testimonial: Recovery Dharma Gave me true tranquility & understanding

I knew this was the program that would not only save my life but help me see that I deserved an existence I could be proud of. This notion was once radical and preposterous to me.

What Is Recovery Dharma?

Our group is inclusive, free of judgment, and a safe space for anyone in our community.

Finding Peace In Prison (Part 6)

Having access to several recovery pathways of support to the prison system has had its barriers.

“Magnifying Mind” To Attitude Of Gratitude (Part 5)

“Today I believe that reason is to give back and share my testimony with others to give them hope for their future.”

Putting It Out Into The Open (Part 4)

I am currently incarcerated and I am spiritually free.

Don’t Leave ’til The Miracle Happens (Part 3)

Even with the immense tragedy Keegan’s addiction caused, he classifies his initial choice to get sober as a “semi-decision” because it was incredibly daunting.

Where Are Your Feet Today? (Part 2)

“Never give up, just when you give up the next minute could have been when things were going to start getting better.”

Turning A Mess Into A Message (Part 1)

I am truly free today from the inside of a prison.

“You Don’t Drink… Like Ever?”

“Words are important. If you want to care for something, you call it a “flower”; if you want to...

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