In the journey of recovery, whether from addiction, trauma, illness, or any form of struggle, the role of community cannot be overstated. While personal resolve and inner strength are crucial, the support, understanding, and empathy of a community can often make the difference between merely surviving and truly thriving in the process of healing. 1. […]
In today’s fast-paced world, where schedules are packed and responsibilities seem never-ending, it’s easy to overlook the importance of mental health. Just as we prioritize physical check-ups, it’s crucial to give the same attention to our mental well-being. This raises the question: Why are mental health check-ins so important? Mental health has long been shrouded
When supporting a loved one managing chronic mental illness, it is crucial to approach them with empathy and understanding. Mental health challenges can be isolating and overwhelming, but by showing compassion, you can create a safe space for your loved one to open up about their experiences. Empathy and unconditional positive regard are rooted in
Lexington, KY—Meet Brittany Rich, the dedicated Executive Director of Aspire Day School Lexington. With a person-centered approach, she collaborates with clients to build tailored plans, fostering empowerment and active participation in their treatment goals. Passionate about overcoming societal barriers, Brittney extends her commitment to individuals of all ages, making a positive impact on countless journeys.
The Recovery Center of Ohio Team Attends GCR Columbus ┃ Hosted by Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions and Eating Recovery Center
Columbus, OH — Traci Mason, Vice President of Ohio and Tennessee, and Business Development Specialist Shawn Stith recently joined other industry professionals at The GCR Columbus Luncheon, hosted by Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions and Eating Recovery Center teams. This event brought together professionals with a shared goal of promoting recovery and community-focused care. We would like to take a moment
Within the intricate realm of mental health and rehabilitation, the concept of “person-centered care” has become a source of optimism and a route towards authentic recovery. This approach recognizes that those seeking assistance are not simply a set of issues or challenges; they are complete individuals with distinct narratives, beliefs, and desires. By prioritizing the
As the festive season approaches, it’s important to recognize that this time of year can be particularly challenging for those battling with substance use disorder or struggling with cravings. The Recovery Center USA team understands the unique struggles individuals face during the holiday season and is here to provide unwavering support and comprehensive treatment services.
The Alarming Data on Homeless Individuals Battling Substance Use Disorder and Untreated Mental Health: An Eye-Opening Analysis
Homelessness is a complex issue that affects millions of individuals around the world. It is a crisis that goes beyond just lacking a place to live; it often intersects with other pressing challenges such as substance use disorder and untreated mental health conditions. The staggering data on the prevalence of these issues among homeless individuals
Substance use disorder (SUD) continues to be a pressing issue in Kentucky, affecting individuals and communities across the state. As the rates of addiction rise, it is crucial to shine a spotlight on effective treatment options. In this article, we will explore the alarming SUD rates in Kentucky and discuss how The Recovery Center of
September holds great significance as it is recognized worldwide as both Recovery Month and Suicide Prevention Month. These observances aim to raise awareness, provide support, and promote healing for individuals struggling with mental health challenges. In this article, we will delve into the importance of these initiatives, highlight key data, and discuss the significance of