What We Do

TRIAD is best known locally for its meeting space which provides a safe environment for several different recovery meetings. What you might not know is the variety of other services we offer free of charge to anyone in the community suffering with drug or alcohol addiction.




Individual Counseling

One on one counseling can be an effective way to begin your treatment process. It is important to be able to share your experiences with someone who has been there and really understands what you’re going through.

Emily Evans
Emily B. Evans is a Licensed Associate Counselor of Mental Health (LACMH) in the state of Delaware. She earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wilmington University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies from Towson University.

Emily joined the staff of Triad in October of 2015 as acting executive director and clinical counselor. Prior to 2015, Emily worked as an outpatient counselor in community mental health agencies, and as a clinical counselor on an inpatient behavioral health unit. She has experience treating addictions and mental health disorders in adults and adolescents, and treats individuals, couples, and families. Emily specializes in the treatment of chemical and process addictions, co-occurring and dual diagnoses, developmental trauma, and mood disorders. She has received specialized training in the neurobiology of trauma & attachment, mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). She utilizes a person-centered, existential, humanistic approach to collaboratively develop treatment goals with clients.





Meeting Room

Our meeting room hosts several recovery programs, seven days a week. On any given day, two hundred people can walk through those doors and feel at home. Their friends, coworkers, and family are sometimes seated next to them. They have all found the strength that comes from belonging to a fellowship that genuinely cares for their health, well-being, and success in life. Any person who desires a better way of living through recovery is encouraged to attend.

Triad Meeting Room

 

 


Partner Interactions

Our partnerships within the community are essential to assist people with basic needs-ones that most people take for granted like sober living, food, and medical benefits. Many of them also need intensive in or outpatient care at first. We are able to guide them in the right direction by having these connections within the recovery community.

Some of our partners include:





Navigating Treatment

Getting a foundation in recovery can be frustrating and confusing. Often, people just don’t know where to begin. We hope to simplify the process and show you how many have found peace and happiness in their lives. It’s not as difficult as it may seem, and having experienced professionals to guide you on your journey makes it very manageable.




 

TRIAD Speaker Series

Alcoholism and addiction are complicated and often misunderstood. In our speaker series, we invite professionals from all aspects of the treatment community to share their knowledge and experience with the general public. This setting allows not only education but a time to speak with the presenter and other attendees who share a common purpose. These events are held quarterly, but with increasing attendance, we may do them more frequently. For more information, please contact us.