mental health treatment

Out Of Town Treatment

Out Of Town Treatment

When It Comes To Addiction Treatment: Stay To Closer To Home... Or Travel Out Of The Area For Treatment?

Here’s the scenario: Either yourself or a family member (or loved one) has made the COURAGEOUS decision to seek out professional treatment for their alcohol or substance abuse addiction.

Now the question becomes: Should this person seek out treatment close to home… or are there benefits to traveling out of state for treatment?

3 Early Warning Signs of Active Addiction

3 Early Warning Signs of Active Addiction

Addiction can be defined as self-induced changes in the neurochemistry of the brain that result in negative consequences and unhealthy behavior.  Many individuals employ various methods to change their neurochemistry in healthy ways such as meditation, exercise, certain forms of therapy, and others.

7 Tactics to Discuss Treatment With a Loved One

7 Tactics to Discuss Treatment With a Loved One

It can often be challenging speaking to a loved one about their substance use.  In the past, when we have tried to do so we have most likely met with resistance, denial, and anger.

Changing the Stigma of Addiction

Changing the Stigma of Addiction

When alcoholism finally brought me to my knees, and I had nowhere to turn I found my answer. Through treatment and membership in a 12 step fellowship I was able to understand why I felt the way I did. I was also offered a solution. I have accepted that solution and have since been able to enjoy a life beyond my wildest dreams. A life of purpose, meaning, and connection.

Here We Grow Again

Here We Grow Again

Our Recover Strong program is now at the literal as well as existential heart of Granite Mountain. Clients come to the center in the morning and can receive all their programing in one location. Our staff and clients can meet each day in one location and our open door policy is ever evident  as clients and staff  connect as fellow community members building bonds and friendships that can last a lifetime.  Our new building looks as if it was purpose built for us, though it was not.  For us, it is proof positive that doing the right thing for the right reason has its benefits.  

How to Identify Opioid Abuse and Addiction in Your Household

How to Identify Opioid Abuse and Addiction in Your Household

One of the most difficult aspects of dealing with any addiction is admitting or identifying when the addictive cycle has gotten a hold of an individual.  This is especially true when the individual is a loved one.  We all want the best for our loved ones, and hate to think of them as having a personal problem especially one they may not be able to solve on their own.