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- Harvest began in 1997 to assist DWI offenders in the Wilmington area in getting their driving privileges reinstated. Now, 16 years later we continue our work in this area and have expanded our services to include psychological assessments and treatment. We provide an array of services and are Wilmington's only "0ne-stop shop" for DWI offenders. We offer substance abuse assessments and four levels of DMV education and treatment, case management, and individual and group counseling.
We are very proud of our exceptional staff at Harvest of Wilmington.
- Candace Small is the Director at Harvest. She has her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology in Substance Abuse Treatment and is licensed as a Clinical Addictions Specialist, Clinical Supervisor Intern and a Psychological Associate-Health Services Provider. In addition to the groups, she also leads the Anger Management classes and does individual and couples counseling. She is also certified in PRIME for Life and leads our ADETS groups.
- Amanda Young is a group facilitator at Harvest. She has her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology in Substance Abuse Treatment and is ready to share her passion in this field with our clients.
- Rachel Crouse is a group facilitator at Harvest. She has her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology in Substance Abuse Treatment and is licensed as a Clinical Addictions Specialist Intern.
- Kirk Mochrie is a group educator. He is a third-year graduate student in the Master's program in Clinical Psychology/Substance Abuse Treatment program at UNCW. Kirk completed an internship at Harvest and looks forward to further increasing his knowledge and experience in this field.
- Autumn Rae Florimbio is a group educator at Harvest. She is a second-year graduate student in the Master's program in Clinical Psychology/Substance Abuse Treatment program at UNCW. She also completed an internship at Harvest and is eager to share her knowledge about a variety of topics with our clients.
- Mallorie Carroll is a group educator at Harvest. She is a second-year graduate student in the Master's program in Clinical Psychology/Substance Abuse Treatment program at UNCW. She also completed an internship at Harvest and wanted to continue to gain more experience in this field.
Why Choose Harvest?
- We have years of experience helping people with DWIs. Our staff is unmatched in their experience, professionalism, and credentials.
- We have same-day appointments available and accept walk-ins. Your assessment results are immediate and are faxed to your attorney's office before you leave ours.
- We are the most affordable facility in Wilmington. We offer discounts to those who pay up front and payment plans for those who can't. We also offer discounts for students.
- You can complete your assessment and treatment at one facility- we offer all levels of outpatient treatment, so your paperwork will not need to be transferred all over town.
- We have a great location. We are located at 773 South Kerr Avenue, at the corner of Kerr and Fountain. We are beside the Goodwill on Kerr (near Dick's Sporting Goods and Wilshire Ave) and on the same street as McAllister's Deli and PT's Grill. We are also on the bus line, with two stops within short walking distance.
- We are professional and will treat you with respect. We have thousands of very satisfied clients and receive new referrals every day from people who have used our services and have come to expect the best.
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