There is no such thing as an outsider in our community. The Task Force promotes initiatives and programs making this is a place where anyone can successfully recover and/or manage a substance abuse condition.
Recovery – What is “recovery?” Professionals use many definitions. The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence defines recovery as “a complex and dynamic process encompassing all the positive benefits to physical, mental and social health that can happen when people with an addiction to alcohol or drugs, or their family members, get the help they need.” Any way one defines it, it starts with treatment, and it often involves significant changes. Treatment providers discuss the best plan of recovery for each individual and family.
These resources highlight our community’s facilities, programs, and opportunities that promote recovery and/or management of substance use conditions. This page also provides links to resources that support successful recovery and/or management of substance use conditions.
Read the purpose and benefits patients and family members receive by attending the Bipolar Support Group.
This is a brief Bio about Andre’a Grace Phillips
Here are some related links and information from local organizations represented on the Mayor’s Substance Abuse Task Force.
Are you exhausted, overwhelmed, stressed out, heartbroken, alone, terrified, and generally desperate for some relief and advice on how to survive and even Thrive as the Mother of and Addict?!
Grace Gathering Retreats are a place where you can Share Without Shame, Connect with other Moms of Addicts who are on a similar journey, push the reset button, and learn about how Your Life Matters as much as your addict’s life does…
At Brentwood Springs, our goal is to change our patients’ lives. We ask ourselves these questions every day, "How can we be sure that our programming is making a difference? Would we be proud to have a family member in our hospital?"
With those questions in mind, we are continuously assessing our programs and how we deliver our care. Here are the things that we think make us different from our competitors.
Find us at:
4488 Roslin Road
Newburgh, Indiana 47630
St. Vincent Adult Behavioral Health offers individualized care with a multi-disciplinary approach. Our psychiatrists and therapists will develop a course of treatment that is right for you.
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare:
Stepping Stone Outpatient Services:
Stepping Stone Residential Services:
Stepping Stone offers Alumni services which support groups of alumni that can serve as mentors to those completing the intensive program at Stepping Stone. This opportunity also organizes regular on-site support group meetings and other special social events for continuous accountability and encouragement.
When you or someone you love is suffering from a mental health issue, every aspect of your life is affected. We are experts in helping patients manage or even overcome emotional, behavioral, or chemical dependency problems.
Transforming lives of individuals, families and communities since 2007, SelfRefind is a CARF accredited and nationally recognized outpatient addiction treatment healthcare organization that focuses on bringing affordable, high quality services to communities nation-wide.
Caring for thousands of patients, the SelfRefind integrated recovery model offers an umbrella of services targeting the specific needs of each individual patient to include: individual and group counseling, addiction and recovery education, skill building, case management and physician services.
SelfRefind works hard to ensure access to treatment is not an issue by participating in Indiana Medicaid and select commercial insurance plans.
A remarkable speaker and storyteller, Marti delivers high-energy presentations to your audience. With humor and a genuine, down-to-earth style, Marti shares messages of inspiration, insights on overcoming adversity, and truths about addiction and recovery.