This is the latest in a series of monthly segments with Rogers Memorial Hospital, called “Mental Health Moment.” Each segment focuses on a different mental health topic and includes a story of recovery. Our goal is for people to feel comfortable talking about mental health and seeking out effective help. Here to discuss this link, other facts you need to know, treatment options, and prevention are sue McKenzie and Dr. Amy Kuechler from Rogers Memorial Hospital. For more information visit RogersInHealth.org
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Tour and testimonials of Sacred Heart residential inpatient substance use disorder treatment program located on a 126 acre campus in Memphis, Michigan. The facility went through a major renovation and the organization has been providing care since 1967.
Treatment is covered by most insurances. We provide expert assistance to prospective clients to determine additional financial options for the uninsured.
Residential clients have access to our medical detoxification wing and services.
If you or someone you know is suffering from an alcohol or drug addiction, we are here to help. Come take a look inside Daylight Detox and Recovery Center. What this video to learn about all our levels of care within our treatment continuum, hear testimonials, and learn what Daylight is all about. If you or someone you know is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, we can help. Call us anytime: (888) 788-8059.
Michael Neatherton, President and CEO of Northbound Treatment Services, speaks about Northbound’s core values and the building of an effective drug addiction treatment program. If you have a loved one suffering from addiction, call 888-919-2370 to discuss treatment options or visit http://www.livingsober.com.
Organizational health is key as is self improvement in the staff who strive to lead by embodying what they teach. When Michael Neatherton joined Northbound Treatment Services he had one non negotiable, which was that he would only work at a company that was healthy from the top down, and that sober living started with him.
Northbound’s core values run through a staff who follow the example of their leaders who are genuinely dedicated. The Northbound staff work hard to identify any issues they may have been carrying, in order to place total concentration on the client’s recovery process.
Organizational health and keeping a positive, open environment are parts of Northbound’s core values and make this company better for our clients. We believe that an effective drug treatment center like ours encourages having a good time together, supporting each other, and being honest and genuine with our co workers. These values are what bring balance into a process that isn’t an easy one. When dealing with addiction and recovery, we present positive opportunities and a staff who are striving as hard as they believe their clients can, insuring that every client’s experience is as unique as the clients themselves.
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This documentary tells the story of the successful implementation of integrated treatment through the experiences of consumers, policymakers and practitioners in two former COSIG States, Connecticut and Louisiana. Visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/co-occurring to learn more about how SAMHSA supports integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders.