We have so much appreciation for the foundations and organizations who support the work that we do at PIVOTPoint WNC and those in recovery from substance use disorder.
We work to instill a sense of community and connectedness for our clients, and that message is echoed and returned in the various forms of support offered by our community partners.
Whether through collaborating in service to our community; sharing of resources, expertise, and experience; providing unique and effective platforms for education, advocacy, and development; and so much more – our work is made possible by many tremendous organizations and individuals.
Thank you to those below (and for those who choose to help silently) for your continued support of our mission to help those in recovery to get outside, get connected, and heal!
Addiction Professionals North Carolina influences change in policy, systems and institutions. Supported by the latest evidence, we advocate for change in policy and practice within government, society and business. Raising awareness about the problems related to addiction and its stigma. Promoting best standards in research in the addiction field.
Everyone is unique. We assist you with comparing treatment -> transition facts & options for your kids.
Our initiatives have stimulated economic development, influenced public policy and supported the growth of thousands of local and regional businesses. We are the convener, the connector and the cultivator of leaders and influencers.
We are a team of specialized coaches that help turn insight into sustainable action, supporting individuals and families to move towards a healthier life.
The Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) is the premier organization dedicated to serving the needs of recreation and education professionals in non-profit settings. Through AORE, members have a mechanism to interact with and affect decisions made by public land managers and the human powered outdoor recreation industry. AORE is committed to promoting ecologically sound stewardship of the natural environment and serves as a collective voice for its members regarding topics of regional and national concern.
COME FOR THE MOUNTAIN, stay for the people. Less than 40 minutes west of Asheville, at delightfully cool elevations approaching 3,700 feet are 4,400 breathtaking acres home to adventurous spirits who share a deep and abiding commitment to both their community and the natural world.
The North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s Division of Juvenile Justice partners with Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils in each county to galvanize community leaders, locally and statewide, to reduce and prevent juvenile crime. Juvenile Crime Prevention Council board members are appointed by the county Board of Commissioners and meet bi-monthly in each county. The meetings are open to the public, and all business is considered public information. NC DPS Division of Juvenile Justice allocates approximately $23 million dollars to these councils annually—funding is used to subsidize local programs and services.
Other Parents Like Me (OPLM) is an online peer support community designed for caregivers of children struggling with mental health and/or substance use issues. Other Parents Like Me has an extensive resource hub, daily peer led support groups and live weekly speaker talks as well as a monthly expert panel. This membership-based platform and virtual community is designed to create a safe space with the access and support parents need as they move from crisis to healing. Parents discover they are not alone.
Beach Hensley Homes embodies the values of Western North Carolina with our sensibly built homes. Because we build green-certified, energy efficient homes on mostly urban, residential land, our craftsman homes help protect the remarkable ecology of Western North Carolina.
Ben Phantom is a songwriter, videographer, multi instrumentalist, music producer, traveler, and long distance hiker. His path, carved by music, has taken him from the North American wilderness to Vietnam, Cambodia, Israel, Central America, and finally to his mountain home in Asheville, North Carolina.
Camp Grier made a commitment almost 50 years ago to provide outdoor experiences for all children. We’re still more committed than ever to this value. As kids spend more and more time in front of screens indoors the need for outdoor play has become critical.
WHERE DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE COMES FOR Creative Cuisine & Craft Cocktails Since 2012 Chestnut has been making a gustatory impression on Downtown Asheville. Located at 48 Biltmore Avenue Chestnut is in close proximity to some of the city’s favorite venues including the Fine Arts Theater, Diana Wortham Theatre, and The Orange Peel.
Since early times, our house has been associated with food. In the 1930s, Charles Jennings lived in the house and started a restaurant known as The Biltmore Café, near the train station, which evolved into the famous Hot Shot. For most of the past thirty years, 3 Boston Way has been operated as a restaurant. We love the beauty and warmth of these lovely homes that were so carefully designed and built more than a century ago. We hope to share some of that with you and enhance your enjoyment of the village.
We are Asheville’s original indoor climbing gym and one of the oldest climbing facilities in the entire country, bringing the spirit of the mountains into the heart of the city. For over 29 years, we have provided climbers of all abilities access to indoor terrain, expert instruction, and quality equipment. Specializing in varied and unique bouldering terrain, we’re the perfect place to begin your climbing journey or hone your strong skills.
Dogwood Health Trust is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Our commitment is to foster an environment that recognizes and respects all people in this region, their values and each community’s unique qualities and attributes. At Dogwood Health Trust, we believe that embracing diversity, equity and inclusion as an organization is the absolute best and most intentional way to live into our purpose, values and guiding principles. This supports our strategy, partnerships and collaboration to achieve the greatest impact across Western North Carolina.
A simple husband and wife managed team based out of Asheville, NC with a mindset to serve the real estate needs of our clients anywhere in the world. Our group has this promise—this goal—to create an experience that you really cannot imagine being any better. Our systems and everything we do are designed around delivering on this promise. Let us be of service.
Unique, creative spaces are our specialty and happy clients are our primary goal. We offer guidance in all aspects of design and plan your space from start to finish, from accessories to furniture, and everything in between. You can rest assured that from initial concept to final installation that every step of the process will be carefully managed. with enthusiasm and joy.
Making Whole is an addiction recovery program built into the framework of a traditional apprenticeship. Mentorship is provided by master craftsmen while creating fine furniture and architectural objects across multiple disciplines.
NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals, represents the professional interests of more than 100,000 addiction counselors, educators and other addiction-focused health care professionals in the United States, Canada and abroad. NAADAC’s members are addiction counselors, educators and other addiction-focused health care professionals, who specialize in addiction prevention, treatment, recovery support and education. An important part of the healthcare continuum, NAADAC members and its 47 state and international affiliates work to create healthier individuals, families and communities through prevention, intervention, quality treatment and recovery support.
The Department of Health and Human Services manages the delivery of health- and human-related services for all North Carolinians, especially our most vulnerable citizens – children, elderly, disabled and low-income families. The Department works closely with health care professionals, community leaders and advocacy groups; local, state and federal entities; and many other stakeholders to make this happen.
Sober living in Asheville, NC is the perfect place to begin recovery. Our male sober living transitional houses provide a safe, healthy environment for clients to make a full recovery. A sober living home can be the difference between staying sober or returning to previous behaviors for many individuals in the early stages of recovery. With Oak Tree Recovery’s sober living program, you can feel confident that you will be able to transition back into daily life right after treatment without experiencing any issues or drawbacks.
The aim of OpenDoors is to promote equity by providing access for children who are growing up in poverty, and who face barriers to educational success. We are united in our commitment to fairness, and we work together as a team to change children’s lives.
We are a multi-agency model serving people in the criminal justice system with diversion options, connecting them to community services such as mental health and substance abuse treatment, transportation, career, public assistance, education, and legal. The goal is to provide a comprehensive model where individuals receive a foundation that will lead them to a productive, self-sufficient, healthy life.
Founded in 2013 by a small group of gear manufacturers, Outdoor Gear Builders of now includes more than 75 members, and is made up of businesses and organizations representing the entire outdoor industry in Western North Carolina. Our members include: Gear Builders, Experience Providers, Skills Instructors, Outfitters, Retail Shops, Supporting Businesses, and Nonprofits.
As parents consider the education and personal growth of their sons and daughters, there is anxiety even in the best of family situations. Concern grows dramatically when parents must face the challenges of a young person who is struggling. Effective decision-making means taking stock, moving through the anxiety, weighing creative alternatives, and making well-informed decisions. We are here to help you navigate the decision-making challenges and support your family through the healing process.
We work with young adults, ages 18 to 30. You will build a powerful, effective, values-driven life with our help. We will help you get moving powerfully and effectively in your world…again.
Sana Counseling is a private concierge healthcare company in Charlotte, NC, owned and operated by Patrick Balsley. Patrick is a North Carolina Addiction Specialist Professional Practice Board Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and has been working with families affected by substance use for nearly a decade. Patrick offers in-office, telehealth, and in-home services to individuals and families at every stage of the recovery process.
The mission of the Buncombe County Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) is to promote public safety through accountability and responsibility. We assist and support Veterans and their families as they move through a coordinated effort among the court and community-based Veteran services, while improving their quality of life, thereby leaving no Veteran behind.
WNC Bridge Foundation exists to connect our communities to a healthier future and to create lasting change through local partnerships. Our efforts are focused on expanding access and equity for vulnerable populations in our communities.
YATA promotes young adult residential transitional schools and programs that support issues and practices of common interests and enhance the quality of care for young adults and their families.