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In the Super Bowl (and in life): Different Environments and Teammates Sometimes Make All The Difference

    Super Bowl LII is set.  The perennial favorites, the New England Patriots are returning to the Super Bowl against the up and coming Philadelphia Eagles.  While the game is expected to be entertaining, it will also be showcasing two systems that are open to change.  In order to reach the Super Bowl, each Read the full article…

North Charleston, South Carolina Patients

Due to weather and ice on the roads the Center for Behavioral Health location in North Charleston, South Carolina will have a delayed opening tomorrow (Friday, 1/5) – hours will be from 9 am-12:30 pm. Stable patients will be issued weekend take homes and to plan for treatment center closure on Saturday. Driving when the Read the full article…

Patients Of Our Charleston, South Carolina Location

The North Charleston, South Carolina location will be closing early today (Wednesday, 1/3) due to weather. The Suboxone group is cancelled tonight (Wednesday, 1/3). We currently plan on opening tomorrow (Thursday, 1/4) at 9 am. Please continue to check our website and our Facebook page for further updates  

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Gift of Recovery This Holiday Season

          Let’s face it – holidays are tough.  I said it. We have been raised to believe that the holidays are a time of the year to give thanks, show gratitude and share memories with family and friends.  In reality, for many adults, the holidays are filled with stress, horrible travel, Read the full article…

5 Common Symptoms of Mental Health Disorders (and its Toxic Relationship with Opioids)

  Mental illness and addiction often go hand-in-hand.  Sharing a negative public stigma, mental health and addiction are often linked together by patients that are self-medicating symptoms related to mental health disorders.  This creates a vicious and toxic cycle that often leads to addiction and further fuels the mental health issues that started the use Read the full article…

Veterans Day: A Day of Appreciation and Opportunity for Conversation on How to Best Help Veterans in Need

Veterans Day provides an opportunity for our country and local communities to honor those that have put their country first.  As ceremonies and parades are hosted across the country to honor veterans, it is also a time to have an open conversation about the challenges that many veterans face daily. Center for Behavioral Health’s (CBH) Read the full article…

Face of Addiction: Warning Signs of Opioid Abuse

2017 has witnessed the abuse of opioid addiction grow and become apart of the national discussion.  What was once seen, as a “big city” problem is now apart of today’s cultural fabric all across America.  The face of addiction is no longer the poor or the homeless, but individuals that are holding jobs, contributing to Read the full article…

Rolling Stone Article Sheds Light on Increased Difficulty of Addiction Recovery During Natural Disasters

September has become synonymous with recovery in the national health community.  Under the umbrella of National Suicide Prevention Awareness month, September has been embraced by the larger health industry to focus on recovery by raising awareness, connecting individuals and providing resources and applicable treatment services to individuals in need.   As September comes to a Read the full article…

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Suicide Prevention: New Paths Can Bring Brighter Outcomes

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month   A rallying point for the mental health community, September offers the opportunity to raise awareness, connect individuals, provide resources and when applicable provide critical treatment services.   The topic of suicide, which is often the result of an untreated mental condition, shares many of the same attributes Read the full article…

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