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To truly help those in recovery, communities must first educate themselves by rethinking how we speak to and about those seeking real, long-term recovery. Simply changing one word can make all the difference in how a struggling person views themselves and how they are viewed by the community. Try this:
In recovery, as in life, language matters. When you use proper terminology, it humanizes those living with addiction as well as those seeking recovery. Try this:
There are many pathways, but the desired outcomes are the same: lives restored, a families strengthened, a communities restored. This is real recovery, and it’s worth celebrating wherever and however it is found.

#MobilizeRecovery #ThisIsRealRecovery

To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php
Knowing the language of recovery can help kill the negative stigma around addiction and help support both experiencing addiction and their loved ones. Try integrating these phrases and terms into your next conversation about addiction:
IMRPOVE is an acronym to help reduce stress. It’s a great coping skill to use wherever you are and can make the unmanageable seem more manageable.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022
"Effectively communicating private information is a key to success. Recognizing that the choice is yours can help you to feel more confident and empowered in your recovery process. Although there are risks, disclosure can create better understanding in relationships and provide opportunities to expand awareness."

To read more about the benefits and risks when it comes to disclosure in your job search, visit: https://www.bhgrecovery.com/blog/effective-disclosure-key-to-success
People Advocating Recovery (PAR) Louisville announced today that it is hosting the 17th annual Recovery Rally from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 17, 2022, at the University of Louisville Quad, located behind the Student Activities Center (SAC) at 2100 S. Floyd St. There they will gather with area residents, students, city and business leaders, and other behavioral health organizations to celebrate the 33rd National Recovery Month and raise awareness for the local, thriving recovery community.

Held every year in September, the Recovery Rally is an opportunity for individuals, families and friends to celebrate new beginnings with those who are in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). The free event includes a DJ, live music, snacks, resource tables, and family activities like face painting, balloon art, and a bubble station. Everyone will take part in a “Recovery Countdown,” celebrating the lives of those who have sustained long-term recovery. At the end of the rally, residents will experience a butterfly release ceremony to honor and commemorate the 2,250 Kentuckians whose lives were taken too soon by drug overdose in 2020 and 2021.

BHG is a proud sponsor of this event, and continues our commitment to our mission of real recovery that goes beyond treatment to include long term solutions for healthier living. We hope to see you there!
There are many pathways, but the desired outcomes are the same: lives restored, a families strengthened, a communities restored. This is real recovery, and it’s worth celebrating wherever and however it is found.

#MobilizeRecovery #ThisIsRealRecovery

To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php
People Advocating Recovery (PAR) Louisville announced today that it is hosting the 17th annual Recovery Rally from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 17, 2022, at the University of Louisville Quad, located behind the Student Activities Center (SAC) at 2100 S. Floyd St. There they will gather with area residents, students, city and business leaders, and other behavioral health organizations to celebrate the 33rd National Recovery Month and raise awareness for the local, thriving recovery community.

Held every year in September, the Recovery Rally is an opportunity for individuals, families and friends to celebrate new beginnings with those who are in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). The free event includes a DJ, live music, snacks, resource tables, and family activities like face painting, balloon art, and a bubble station. Everyone will take part in a “Recovery Countdown,” celebrating the lives of those who have sustained long-term recovery. At the end of the rally, residents will experience a butterfly release ceremony to honor and commemorate the 2,250 Kentuckians whose lives were taken too soon by drug overdose in 2020 and 2021.

BHG is a proud sponsor of this event, and continues our commitment to our mission of real recovery that goes beyond treatment to include long term solutions for healthier living. We hope to see you there!
ACCEPT is an acronym to help reduce stress in difficult situations you might face in day-to-day life. The main purpose of this acronym is to help distract you from the difficult situation that is putting stress into your life until you are in the right mindset to handle the situation. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed from time to time, and none of us is at our best when we’re at our most stressed. When you’re on more solid emotional footing you can tackle the challenges in front of you.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022
Addiction is not a permanent state. Through evidence-based treatment, caring and compassionate support, and recovery-oriented harm reduction those who are now suffering will recover and resume happy, healthy, and productive lives.

#MobilizeRecovery #ThisIsRealRecovery

To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php
FAST is an acronym that many mental health professionals recommend using to maintain self-love and self-respect daily.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program to help throughout their recovery.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022
Addiction is not a permanent state. Through evidence-based treatment, caring and compassionate support, and recovery-oriented harm reduction those who are now suffering will recover and resume happy, healthy, and productive lives.

#MobilizeRecovery #ThisIsRealRecovery

To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php
"These additional forms of treatment are exciting, but we shouldn’t lose sight of the reason people come to treatment in the first place, which is for recovery. BHG has long said, “Medications support the treatment, and the treatment produces recovery.” This is why we favor the use of “Medication Assisted Recovery” and not “Medication Assisted Treatment.”

To read more from Dr. Ben Nordstrom, M.D discussing the difference between treatment and recovery, visit:
https://www.bhgrecovery.com/blog/talking-treatment-vs-recovery
Journaling is a great way to help you stay centered. Getting your thoughts and feelings down on paper can be such a relief. Try to incorporate a simple journaling routine into your everyday life as part of a regime of healthy habits to practice in your recovery. It’s easy to do—but if you’re having trouble thinking of what to write, here are some prompts to help get you started:

To learn more about healthy habits, visit: https://bhg.today/hh-sept2022
An evidence-based, personalized approach to opioid treatment and recovery care restores lives, strengthens families, and rejuvenates communities.

#MobilizeRecovery #ThisIsRealRecovery

To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Behavioral Health Group is the largest network of Joint Commission-accredited outpatient opioid treatment and recovery centers in the U.S., delivering comprehensive, personalized evidence-based medical and behavioral therapies.

As the largest group of outpatient opioid treatment and recovery centers to deliver comprehensive, tailored evidence-based medical and behavioral therapies, BHG's approach to personalized treatment and recovery care restores lives, strengthens families and rejuvenates the communities in which we serve.

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Timeline photos 23/09/2022

To truly help those in recovery, communities must first educate themselves by rethinking how we speak to and about those seeking real, long-term recovery. Simply changing one word can make all the difference in how a struggling person views themselves and how they are viewed by the community. Try this:

Timeline photos 21/09/2022

In recovery, as in life, language matters. When you use proper terminology, it humanizes those living with addiction as well as those seeking recovery. Try this:

Timeline photos 20/09/2022

There are many pathways, but the desired outcomes are the same: lives restored, a families strengthened, a communities restored. This is real recovery, and it’s worth celebrating wherever and however it is found.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 19/09/2022

Knowing the language of recovery can help kill the negative stigma around addiction and help support both experiencing addiction and their loved ones. Try integrating these phrases and terms into your next conversation about addiction:

Timeline photos 16/09/2022

IMRPOVE is an acronym to help reduce stress. It’s a great coping skill to use wherever you are and can make the unmanageable seem more manageable.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022

Effective Disclosure is a Key to Success in Your Job Search 16/09/2022

Effective Disclosure is a Key to Success in Your Job Search

"Effectively communicating private information is a key to success. Recognizing that the choice is yours can help you to feel more confident and empowered in your recovery process. Although there are risks, disclosure can create better understanding in relationships and provide opportunities to expand awareness."

To read more about the benefits and risks when it comes to disclosure in your job search, visit: https://www.bhgrecovery.com/blog/effective-disclosure-key-to-success

Effective Disclosure is a Key to Success in Your Job Search Effectively discussing private information is a key to success. Knowing the choice is yours helps you feel more confident and empowered in your recovery.

16/09/2022

People Advocating Recovery (PAR) Louisville announced today that it is hosting the 17th annual Recovery Rally from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 17, 2022, at the University of Louisville Quad, located behind the Student Activities Center (SAC) at 2100 S. Floyd St. There they will gather with area residents, students, city and business leaders, and other behavioral health organizations to celebrate the 33rd National Recovery Month and raise awareness for the local, thriving recovery community.

Held every year in September, the Recovery Rally is an opportunity for individuals, families and friends to celebrate new beginnings with those who are in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). The free event includes a DJ, live music, snacks, resource tables, and family activities like face painting, balloon art, and a bubble station. Everyone will take part in a “Recovery Countdown,” celebrating the lives of those who have sustained long-term recovery. At the end of the rally, residents will experience a butterfly release ceremony to honor and commemorate the 2,250 Kentuckians whose lives were taken too soon by drug overdose in 2020 and 2021.

BHG is a proud sponsor of this event, and continues our commitment to our mission of real recovery that goes beyond treatment to include long term solutions for healthier living. We hope to see you there!

Timeline photos 15/09/2022

There are many pathways, but the desired outcomes are the same: lives restored, a families strengthened, a communities restored. This is real recovery, and it’s worth celebrating wherever and however it is found.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

15/09/2022

People Advocating Recovery (PAR) Louisville announced today that it is hosting the 17th annual Recovery Rally from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 17, 2022, at the University of Louisville Quad, located behind the Student Activities Center (SAC) at 2100 S. Floyd St. There they will gather with area residents, students, city and business leaders, and other behavioral health organizations to celebrate the 33rd National Recovery Month and raise awareness for the local, thriving recovery community.

Held every year in September, the Recovery Rally is an opportunity for individuals, families and friends to celebrate new beginnings with those who are in recovery from substance use disorder (SUD). The free event includes a DJ, live music, snacks, resource tables, and family activities like face painting, balloon art, and a bubble station. Everyone will take part in a “Recovery Countdown,” celebrating the lives of those who have sustained long-term recovery. At the end of the rally, residents will experience a butterfly release ceremony to honor and commemorate the 2,250 Kentuckians whose lives were taken too soon by drug overdose in 2020 and 2021.

BHG is a proud sponsor of this event, and continues our commitment to our mission of real recovery that goes beyond treatment to include long term solutions for healthier living. We hope to see you there!

Timeline photos 14/09/2022

ACCEPT is an acronym to help reduce stress in difficult situations you might face in day-to-day life. The main purpose of this acronym is to help distract you from the difficult situation that is putting stress into your life until you are in the right mindset to handle the situation. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed from time to time, and none of us is at our best when we’re at our most stressed. When you’re on more solid emotional footing you can tackle the challenges in front of you.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022

Timeline photos 14/09/2022

Addiction is not a permanent state. Through evidence-based treatment, caring and compassionate support, and recovery-oriented harm reduction those who are now suffering will recover and resume happy, healthy, and productive lives.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 12/09/2022

FAST is an acronym that many mental health professionals recommend using to maintain self-love and self-respect daily.

BHG implements these different skills in the clinical services we offer for people in our program to help throughout their recovery.

To learn more about our clinical services, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022

Timeline photos 12/09/2022

Addiction is not a permanent state. Through evidence-based treatment, caring and compassionate support, and recovery-oriented harm reduction those who are now suffering will recover and resume happy, healthy, and productive lives.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Talking Treatment vs. Recovery with Dr. Ben Nordstrom 10/09/2022

Talking Treatment vs. Recovery with Dr. Ben Nordstrom

"These additional forms of treatment are exciting, but we shouldn’t lose sight of the reason people come to treatment in the first place, which is for recovery. BHG has long said, “Medications support the treatment, and the treatment produces recovery.” This is why we favor the use of “Medication Assisted Recovery” and not “Medication Assisted Treatment.”

To read more from Dr. Ben Nordstrom, M.D discussing the difference between treatment and recovery, visit:
https://www.bhgrecovery.com/blog/talking-treatment-vs-recovery

Talking Treatment vs. Recovery with Dr. Ben Nordstrom “Treatment” and “recovery” are different terms. Too many people think they are one and the same. BHG helps heal individuals, families, and communities.

Timeline photos 09/09/2022

Journaling is a great way to help you stay centered. Getting your thoughts and feelings down on paper can be such a relief. Try to incorporate a simple journaling routine into your everyday life as part of a regime of healthy habits to practice in your recovery. It’s easy to do—but if you’re having trouble thinking of what to write, here are some prompts to help get you started:

To learn more about healthy habits, visit: https://bhg.today/hh-sept2022

Timeline photos 09/09/2022

An evidence-based, personalized approach to opioid treatment and recovery care restores lives, strengthens families, and rejuvenates communities.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Community Based Organizations - What is NARCAN® (naloxone) Nasal Spray 08/09/2022

Community Based Organizations - What is NARCAN® (naloxone) Nasal Spray

BHG’s Poplar Bluff location is excited to announce the arrival of our Narcan Vending Machine. There will be a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, September 14 at 1:00 pm. BHG’s Poplar Bluff Treatment Center will be the second location in the area to have a Narcan/Naloxone vending machine for public access. We are proud of our team and excited for the local community to have this important harm reduction tool easily accessible to them. To learn more about BHG, visit: https://www.bhgrecovery.com/

To learn more about Narcan/Naloxone and receive training on how to use it, visit: https://www.narcan.com/narcan-for-community-based-organizations/

Community Based Organizations - What is NARCAN® (naloxone) Nasal Spray COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS NARCAN® DIRECT QUALIFIED ENTITIES One evidence-based strategy to help address opioid overdoses is targeted based naloxone distribution. Why this strategy helps By equipping individuals with naloxone and training to identify and respond to an overdose, the potential del...

Timeline photos 07/09/2022

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) enables one to build the skills to battle certain cognitive distortions one might have when entering recovery. To learn more about entering recovery with Behavioral Health Group, visit: https://bhg.today/pf-sept2022

Timeline photos 06/09/2022

Behavioral Health Group is proud to be a sponsor of the Across America Bus Tour. To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit: https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 05/09/2022

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be effectively used to help treat those suffering from opioid use disorder. BHG is now integrating CBT into our clinical services as part of our continual effort to provide the gold-standard of care to people in our programs. To learn more, visit: https://bhg.today/clinicians-2022

Timeline photos 04/09/2022

Real, long-term recovery is the goal. Treatment is how you get there. Medication makes treatment possible.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 03/09/2022

There are 332,403,650 people living in the United States today.
7% of them are in recovery. Chances are, you know one of them.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 02/09/2022

A balanced diet is a crucial but often overlooked component of recovery. Putting nutritious foods into our bodies helps us to get better sleep, increases our energy level, and contributes to our overall sense of wellbeing. All of which are important factors in pursuing real, long-term recovery. Choosing better foods, those that are not processed and prepackaged, can be difficult in areas with few grocery stores and loads of fast-food options, which is why community gardens are a great local resource. Supporting our local community gardens connects us to others in our communities, beautifies our public spaces, and supports healthier lifestyles by introducing fresh produce into our diets and providing us with opportunities to spend time outdoors. To find a local community garden in your area, visit: https://www.nal.usda.gov/legacy/afsic/community-gardening

Timeline photos 02/09/2022

Recovery restores lives.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Timeline photos 02/09/2022

Behavioral Health Group is proud to be a sponsor of the Across America Bus Tour. To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit: https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Mobilize Recovery 2022 01/09/2022

Mobilize Recovery 2022

Behavioral Health Group is proud to be a sponsor of the Across America Bus Tour. To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit: https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Mobilize Recovery 2022 Join us in 2022!

Timeline photos 01/09/2022

Recovery supports recovery.



To learn more about a tour stop near you, visit:
https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php

Safety Organization - National Safety Council 31/08/2022

Safety Organization - National Safety Council

Knowing the signs of an overdose is important. Click the link to learn more on what an overdose looks like and how you can help save a life: https://www.nsc.org/nsc-membership

Safety Organization - National Safety Council Joining a Safety Organization with the National Safety Council provides access to thousands of safety resources, products, training, and services.

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