At Vantage Point of Northwest Arkansas, it's never too late to turn your life around. We provide mental healthcare to children, teens, adults and seniors.
Serving Fayetteville, Arkansas for the past 25 years, Vantage Point of Northwest Arkansas is a premiere, full service hospital dedicated to providing quality mental health and substance abuse services to children and teens (ages 5-17), adults, and seniors (ages 55 and up). Staffed by highly qualified mental health professionals, nurses, and teachers under the supervision of exceptional psychiatrists, patients receive treatment catered to their specific needs. With treatment offered in a safe, healing, and caring environment, programs incorporate a number of medical and therapeutic techniques geared towards maximizing each patient’s functioning, skill building, and quality of life. Vantage Point also has two satellite outpatient centers in located in Bentonville and Harrison, Arkansas which offer the same quality of care to those who require it. Successful treatment completion is the main focus, with programs designed to help patients continue their success even after discharge. Offering drug and alcohol detox, inpatient and outpatient care, residential treatment, therapeutic day treatment, and intensive outpatient services, Vantage Point treats a number of mental health conditions, in addition to providing addiction recovery for several substances. With a Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission, Vantage Point also involves a patient’s family members in treatment so as to ensure ongoing support in the recovery process. A multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of mental illnesses and substance abuse/dependence is proven to be effective, and Vantage Point prides itself in utilizing this approach and treats each patient with the utmost compassion and respect.
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If you set any goals for yourself for 2021, this is an excellent time to check in on your progress. Consider what has been working well, and identify any changes that may be beneficial. Most importantly, don't view minor setbacks as permanent failures. Stay positive and treat yourself with kindness and compassion. http://ow.ly/lOUI102zuin
February 17 (that's today!) is Random Acts of Kindness Day. During particularly dark or difficult times, it's important to remember that kind words and compassionate gestures have a powerful effect. Each day contains myriad opportunities to make the world a slightly better place. This is the ideal time for us all to consider how we can add more kindness to our lives. Here are some easy ways to get started: http://ow.ly/Hi3O102zt1a
Let's face it: Nowadays, smartphones are practically connected to our hands. And when they're not in our hands, they're rarely far away. But when screens capture so much of our attention, we miss out on what's happening right in front of us. How do you encourage yourself to put your phone down?
It's no secret that 2020 was a difficult year, especially for those who are struggling with addiction and mental health concerns. Sadly, the fear of judgment stopped some people from getting professional help. Together, we can end the stigma in 2021. http://ow.ly/1VZl102wiF9
During the holidays, you were focused on giving, but as you put another year behind you, it's the perfect time to self-reflect. Pause for a moment and repeat positive affirmations that remind you to offer yourself the same love and compassion as you do others.
Putting other people first is an act of kindness, but it can also keep you from meeting your own needs. Set a goal to prioritize your physical and mental well-being throughout 2021.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s commitment to civil rights had a compelling impact that won't soon be forgotten. Dr. King believed in following a nonviolent path to achieve racial equality for Black individuals in the U.S. Today, we remember Dr. King's legacy and his vision of an equitable nation.
As a new year starts, you may feel pressure to set strict resolutions, but doing this can quickly lead to frustration. Instead, try identifying more obtainable goals. Here are a few tips for how to stick to your resolutions: http://ow.ly/IB9D50D8FkI
verywellmind.com Are you making a New Year's Resolution this year? Here are some tips that can help you stay on track and keep your goals all year long.
On behalf of our team, Happy New Year! 2020 undoubtedly challenged us in ways we never expected, but today is an opportunity to start anew. Now is the ideal time to reflect on all that you're grateful for and create a positive plan for the year to come.
If you're taking part in any New Year's celebrations tonight, please be safe and remember to not get behind the wheel if you're impaired. In recognition of National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, we ask that you arrange for safe transportation, whether you order a rideshare, take a train, or choose a designated driver. Let's ring in the new year responsibly! http://ow.ly/G5g8102vZps
While this is often a season of joy and cheer, many people feel stressed, depressed, or anxious during the holidays. Here are a few things you can do to practice self-care during this season: http://ow.ly/Ew3M102vrA9
Ideally, everyone's holiday season would be filled with shared joy and abundant love. Unfortunately, the holidays can also be a time of great stress. If you're struggling, here are some tips that can help. How do you de-stress? Let us know in the comments!
Everyone who is recovering from a substance use disorder or healing from a mental health concern has a unique experience. Please don't compare your progress to anyone else's. As you look back on 2020 and prepare for the new year, focus on all you've accomplished and plan to make 2021 your best year yet!
Forgiveness can be a vital part of the healing process. Regrettably, many people fail to realize that forgiveness isn't just something to extend to others. Please never forget to be compassionate and forgiving toward yourself, too.
The holiday season is a time when many people reflect on the things they're grateful for. While giving thanks is a yearly holiday tradition for countless people, did you know that expressing gratitude can also positively impact your mental health?
health.harvard.edu November kicks off the holiday season with high expectations for a cozy and festive time of year. However, for many this time of year is tinged with sadness, anxiety, or depression. Certainly, major depression or a severe anxiety disorder benefits mo...
May you have a safe and spectacular Thanksgiving!
The term "self-talk" refers to the thoughts, beliefs, and opinions that you have about yourself. Two days ago, we encouraged you to take a moment to engage in positive self-talk. You may already understand that positive self-talk can improve your mindset, but you might not have realized that this practice can also lead to improvements in your physical health and your stress management skills. Here's an interesting article on the many potential benefits of positive self-talk: http://ow.ly/kF8R102sT7k
healthline.com Shifting your inner dialogue from negative to positive can boost your mental health and overall outlook on life. We’ve got tips and strategies for training your brain in positive self-talk.
Gratitude can help us find happiness in the simplest things or turn an ordinary day into a blessing. What fills you with gratitude lately? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!
When you're discussing a friend, family member, or other loved one, you probably find it very easy to highlight the many wonderful qualities that make them so special. Unfortunately, many of us have a hard time speaking or thinking positively about ourselves. Today's challenge is to start the week with positive self-talk. Take a moment to think of at least one kind or compassionate comment you can make about yourself. Feel free to write it down, share it here in the comments, or just hold it close in your heart.
At the beginning of the month, we shared a post about the importance of gratitude. Expressing your heartfelt thanks for those who have helped you is an excellent way to encourage others to share support. But incorporating gratitude into your daily life can lead to many additional benefits. Please take a moment to read this article about the relationship between gratitude and improved well-being: http://ow.ly/3sOd50CqQSx
nami.org Practicing gratitude is a simple and effective way of improving your positive well-being. Discover the many benefits of being grateful for what you have.
Michael, a former patient, shared with us how our help bringing a new (furry) addition to his home has given him “a chance at a better life.” Read the beautiful note he sent us ⬇️
"Based on your letter, our landlord was okay with us getting a dog to train for service for Michael. We found a certified trainer in Dallas who is willing to help with training via virtual sessions, and finally got Michael’s dog from a no kill rescue Wednesday (See attached photo to see how Michael is doing). Just thought in the profession you are in, you might like to know that what you do matters. He may not stay out of hospitals indefinitely, but this is helping him now. For the first time since he was 3 last night, Michael asked me to turn off the light while he slept. He didn’t need it. Michael says feel free to share his photo. You have our permission to share his story and this picture to encourage others. He named the dog “Chance” because it’s going to give him a chance at a better life."
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These days, the daily flood of bad news from around the world can quickly become overwhelming. Finding reasons for gratitude can combat this negative emotion. But this habit isn't limited to being thankful. When you incorporate gratitude into your daily life, you will begin to pay more attention to where you are spending your emotional energy. Practicing gratitude doesn't require you to look away from the more troubling aspects of life, but it does remind you that seeking sources of joy and inspiration can help you maintain a healthy outlook on life. http://ow.ly/ZHFi50CjcyK
forbes.com You know it's good to "count your blessings" but "thanks giving" can be a tough ask when there's so much pulling you down. If you often find yourself focused on what's wrong, what's missing or whose to blame, learning to "live from gratitude" will transform your experience of life.
Day in and day out, the members of the U.S. military demonstrate an unwavering commitment to our nation’s highest ideals of duty, honor, and service. Today, on Veterans Day, please join Vantage Point Behavioral Health Hospital as we pause to honor the brave heroes who have given so much to protect our country and preserve our freedoms. http://ow.ly/mJ18102rM6l
Did you get your flu shot yet? Flu season is already underway, but it’s not too late to get this year’s vaccine. The CDC recommends the flu shot for everyone age 6 months or older. This year, with the COVID-19 pandemic still impacting communities across the nation, it’s especially important to do all we can to keep ourselves healthy. Give yourself and your loved ones the gift of increased safety and greater peace of mind — get your flu shot today!
Everyone who is recovering from a substance use disorder or healing from a mental health concern is on a unique journey. But no one walks this path alone. As you reflect on the progress you've made, it's important to acknowledge those who have provided guidance, support, and compassion along the way. To emphasize the value of gratitude, we welcome you to share the name of someone you're grateful for in the comment section.
The continuing impact of the COVID-19 crisis has forced us all to make many changes in our lives. Even our voting process has been impacted. For example, many states have reported record numbers of early voting, including citizens who voted by mail. But experts expect that millions of Americans will still show up at polling places on Election Day to cast their ballots. If you intend to vote in person on November 3, you should review a few basic but important safety tips first. This article contains a wealth of valuable information about protecting your health while voting: http://ow.ly/4f9T102r1Nf
healthline.com Here’s how to protect yourself from COVID-19 if you’re planning to cast your ballot in person on November 3rd.
Serving Fayetteville, Arkansas for over 35 years, Vantage Point of Northwest Arkansas is a premiere, full service hospital dedicated to providing quality mental health and substance abuse services to children and teens (ages 5-17), adults, and seniors (ages 55 and up). Staffed by highly qualified mental health professionals, nurses, and teachers under the supervision of exceptional psychiatrists, patients receive treatment catered to their specific needs. With treatment offered in a safe, healing, and caring environment, programs incorporate a number of medical and therapeutic techniques geared towards maximizing each patient’s functioning, skill building, and quality of life. Successful treatment completion is the main focus, with programs designed to help patients continue their success even after discharge. Offering drug and alcohol detox, inpatient care, residential treatment, and intensive outpatient services, Vantage Point treats a number of mental health conditions, in addition to providing addiction recovery for several substances. With a Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission, Vantage Point also involves a patient’s family members in treatment so as to ensure ongoing support in the recovery process. A multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of mental illnesses and substance abuse/dependence is proven to be effective, and Vantage Point prides itself in utilizing this approach and treats each patient with the utmost compassion and respect.
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