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Welcome to Champ's Counseling Center. We are dedicated and licensed professionals committed to providing quality counseling, intervention, and substance abuse services. It is our goal to enhance the quality of life for our clients and their families.

Our counselors continue to develop professionally by participating in training programs to further our understanding of addictions, anger issues, and other issue that affect the lives of our clients.

Our Vision
It is our vision that Champ's be the provider-of-choice for alcohol and drug out-patient treatment and anger-management services in Alamance and surrounding counties.

 Our Mission
It is our mission to assist people who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction, and to provide compassionate care while maintaining our commitment to Choice Theory. We also assist individuals with anger issues to overcome their behavior by utilizing the Shame Model. Regardless of the challenges our clients face, we ensure that each client we serve receives exceptional care.

Through using proven and effective counseling techniques, we help those who feel they have reached the end to make a new beginning. We try to be a shining light for those who can't see their way out of the darkness. And we offer hope for those who have lost hope in themselves.

 Our Values
The staff at Champ’s believes our success is directly related to the values we uphold. We reflect these values in the quality of work, care, and communication we extend daily to clients and their families, attorneys, probation officers, doctors, therapists, treatment centers, social service and community service workers, and to schools and universities. We believe our unwavering commitment to our values creates a win-win situation for everyone!

B.W. —

"Christa Graves will get you results. She sets clear, high expectations and does what it takes to get them for you. Christa is very knowledgeable and has outstanding communication skills. She is an excellent presenter, knows her material and adjusts her presentations for each audience. She is very flexible and very consistent. She is the best."

Program Graduate —

"Thank you very much for seeing me as a person—a normal, good person who made a mistake, but is working hard to become emotionally healthy for myself and others.

When I first came in, I was extremely guarded, ashamed, and torn inside. And you, Ms. Graves, were compassionate, honest and empathetic. I will never forget your kindness."

J.B. —

"I have been a good example of what not to do for friends and family. I used to be the guy, 'Oh, I won't het caught; I'm fine to drive!' But since my DWI, I have completely changed my outlook. I have learned so much from the course that I catch myself talking to others about things I've learned."

24 Hour Crises Hotline

Alamance/Caswell Access Line:
711 then 1-888-543-1444

National Suicide Prevention/Veterans Crisis:
Toll Free: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
TTY: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)