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Christa Graves photoCertified Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Counselers

Our counselors are among the best trained, most compassionate clinicians in the area. Our therapists are a mix of Masters-Level therapists with LCAS, CSW, and CSAC credentials, and are Certified Clinical Supervisors.

We provide high quality outpatient treatment and counseling services. Read our Testimonials page to see what our clients have to say about us.

We are fortunate to network with so many wonderful clients, families, attorneys, probation officers, doctors, therapists, treatment centers, community services, department of social services, and with our schools and university. We appreciate each of you!

Christa Graves

Position: Clinical Director; PRIME Solutions Instructor and Anger Management Instructor

Education: Masters of Arts, Professional Counseling
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Interpersonal Communications & Psychology

N.C. Certifications: Licensed Clinical Director; CSAC Supervisor; License Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS); PRIME Solutions Instructor; PRIME For Life Instructor (ADETS); and Certified Anger Management Instructor (CAMS).

About Christa: Christa is a native of North Carolina. Christa is a licensed clinical director and the founder of Champ’s. She has 13 years of clinical experience including detoxification, residential treatment, and outpatient treatment. Christa is a qualified clinical alcohol/drug counselor and has performed alcohol/drug & dual diagnosis assessments and referrals. She has facilitated alcohol/drug treatment groups (short and long-term); and facilitated PRIME For Life/ADETS. She has served as a liaison with legal agencies to assess clients' mental health and substance abuse needs to reduce their recidivism. Additionally, she is qualified to teach Anger Management classes.

Interests: God – Faith. Family. Knowledge. Animal Activist.

Favorite Quote: Be the Change You want to SEE in the World ~ Ghandi

Christa is also known as “Sunshine” by her colleagues and clients. Once you meet her, you, too, will know why she is known as Sunshine!

Carol Loftus photoCarol Loftus

Education: BA, Sociology/Social Work

Position: Independent Contractor - PRIME For Life Instructor (ADETS)

N.C. Certifications: CSAC Supervisor; License Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS); Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); and PRIME For Life Instructor (ADETS)

About Carol: Carol Loftus is a native of California. She has 28 years of experience as Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor. She continues to share her expertise in the substance abuse field in both Alamance and Guilford County – her expertise continues to grow!

Counseling Background /Areas of Competence: Carol has counseled clients in an out-patient clinical methadone unit. Additionally, she has helped clients through Harm Reduction, Dual Diagnosis assessments and referrals, and Case Management. She has facilitated alcohol/drug treatment groups (short and long term, and intensive out-patient/IOP), and she has facilitated educational groups and the 12 Step Program. Carol also serves as a liaison with legal agencies to assess clients' mental health and substance abuse needs to reduce their recidivism.

Interests: Family,my grandchildren, my FAITH!, and technology.

Favorite Quotes: Surrender to WIN! Knowledge is power. Nothing changes if nothing changes…conflict cannot happen without your participation.
Carol has a love for people – upon meeting her for the first time you will feel as if you have known her your entire life. She has a quit-wit sense of humor that will make you feel most Welcomed at Champ’s!

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."

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TTY: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)