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Graham Sargent SAP, CADC-II-ICADC, IS A033470616

Substance Use Disorder Professional, Interventionist

Founder, American River Wellness

You don't have to stay stuck. Let's get you back on track! Substance abuse robs us of our potential, and creates layers of problems in our lives. It is overwhelming to figure out how, and where to start looking for a solution. Navigating this process is difficult and I am here to help. My goal is to assist you in developing a personalized plan to sustain long-term recovery, on your terms. Let's help you get to a place where you don't need a professional, and are utilizing new tools to build the best foundation for your growth and positive change. There are many paths to recovery, and many ways to start the journey.

If you are considering an intervention for a loved one, or need help getting on track, I can guide you. I utilize multiple evidence based techniques to provide personalized high quality care to meet your needs. My recovery experience spans across the last decade, and my work in various treatment settings includes working with all ages and gender.

With a realistic approach, addiction can be halted and the ability to make sound, healthy choices can be restored. Let’s develop a plan to get you where you want to be. This is about moving forward. It’s time to start thriving.

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My office is conveniently located in the Midtown Sacramento Area, at the corner of Alhambra & O Street. I am located  within 2 blocks of Capitol City Freeway/CA 99, 6 blocks from HWY 50 . There is free parking available. I am currently accepting new clients. Telehealth is available for private counseling sessions. 

Call 916-891-1479 (#does not accept texts)

or email: for availability. 

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