Our Philosophy

FullCircle is an alternative peer group centered around the idea that young people will stop their self-destructive behavior only if they are offered an alternative that is both fun and fulfilling.

Anonymous surveys of high school and college age young people show that the most common reason they used drugs or alcohol is to have fun. Therefore, any lifestyle without drugs and alcohol must be more attractive than a life of drug or alcohol use.

For a young person to gain sobriety and happiness, meeting their social and emotional needs is critical.

We provide an outlet for teenagers to be themselves while gaining tools to achieve a sober foundation to build upon throughout their life. The goal of our approach is to allow a young person to remain true to themself while improving their self-worth and interpersonal relationship skills.

To achieve this, we provide a young and energetic peer support staff who is available to support group members for help and guidance at all events.

We work diligently to provide an atmosphere of caring, support, and fun and all our events, weekend social activities, and 12 step meetings for young people.

We would like to help

If you or someone you love is struggling, or you just have questions about a particular matter, we would like to help. Often conventional help, be it advice, therapy, or rehabilitation, while well-intentioned, does not provide a spiritual solution and allows young people to slip through the cracks.

While so often our children’s problems are emotional, the solutions are spiritual. This includes helping young men and women utilize the 12 Steps tailored to them as well as faith-based principles and values.

Our aim is to provide a program that gives support to the entire family, responds to individual needs, affirms your strengths. Above all we want our program to serve as a safety net so that our children will not fall through the cracks.

Our Programs currently operate in Arizona, Boulder Charlotte, Denver, Georgia, Kansas City, and North Kansas City.