JIM WARE, MS, MAC, CAC, SAP 

Jim Ware is the co-owner and president of Recovery Resources, located in Daphne, Alabama. Since 1991, Recovery Resources has helped clients learn how to break free from the addiction and codependency cycles that hold them back in life.

 

While Jim's primary specialties include addiction, codependency, and the Adult/Child Syndrome, he also has extensive experience with:        

  • Process Addictions

  • Relationship/Intimacy/Infidelity Problems

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Interventions

  • Return To Duty Process for DOT Substance Abuse Violations

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BACKGROUND & CERTIFICATIONS

Jim holds a Master of Sciences degree in Professional Counseling from the University of South Alabama. He is a Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC),  a Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), and a longstanding member of the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC). He is also a Qualified Substance Abuse Professional for the Department of Transportation.

 

He was a founding board member of Veteran’s Recovery Resources, located in Mobile, Alabama. He is a member of the advocacy organization FAVOR (Faces and Voices of Recovery), and he serves on the advisory committee of the Treatment and Recovery Network, a local group of professionals that addresses the need for substance abuse services in Mobile and Baldwin counties.

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OUR HISTORY

Originally founded by Carroll and Joe Petersen, Recovery Resources has long been an anchor of the Eastern Shore. After 40 years of professionally working in the field, the Petersens discovered those afflicted and affected by addiction and other dysfunctional issues wanted help but did not always need full inpatient treatment. The Codependency Workshop became their vision to provide services to these people.

They passed the torch to their son Jim, who has more than 25 years of professional experience working in the field of behavioral health. His perspective has been heavily influenced by many pioneers in the field of addiction and mental health: John Bradshaw, Patrick Carnes, Claudia Black, Terrance Gorski, and Pia Mellody. His philosophical and spiritual perspective has been heavily influenced by the 12-Step fellowship. He is a passionate force in the support of healing, hope, and sustainable recovery.