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September Is Recovery Month

Recovery Month 2021 is here, and this year’s theme is “Recovery Is for Everyone.” At Discovery Behavioral Health, we believe anyone deserves access to work on recovering from a substance use, mental health or eating disorder. With the proper treatment and the right support, the path to recovery is within reach. If you are in recovery today or your loved one is on the path to overcoming their battles, this month is dedicated to you.

Recovery Stories Wall

Get inspired or share your own story.

Send a photo, video, piece of artwork, quote or short message to recovery@discoverybh.com so we can add it to the Recovery Stories Wall.

The Recovery Journey

Recovery is a lifelong process. Where are you in this journey?

Feeling Helpless
I feel lost. I feel scared. I don’t know where to turn.

Finding Help
I found a place or person that can help me get through my disorder.

Working to Heal
Through my support system, I’m learning healthy ways to cope, rebuilding relationships and creating goals for myself.

Living a Fulfilled Life
I’m using the skills I learned in treatment to live a healthier life for myself, my family, my friends and my coworkers.

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Community Engagement

Throughout the year, Discovery Behavioral Health participates in community events nationwide to raise awareness of behavioral health and celebrate recovery. Below is partial list of our involvement and sponsorships:

  • National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) Walks Nationwide
  • Rock to Recovery Sponsorship
  • NAMI
  • Alliance for Eating Disorders

We also show our support in other ways. Throughout the calendar year, we provide DBH clinicians access to hundreds of CE events. For patients who are in need of financial help, we offer $2 million in scholarships each year.

Find a Place to Heal

If you aren’t in recovery but thinking about it, or you are in recovery and are struggling, Discovery Behavioral Health is here to help. From alcohol and drug addictions to mental health and eating disorders, find a program that’s right for you. Call 1-855-777-4769 or visit one of our reputable family of brands below.

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