This is Why We Rock

Rock for Recovery 2017 September is recognized as National Recovery Month and raises awareness and understanding of substance use disorders and celebrates that recovery is... Read more »
Gayle Aycock

Recovery is Possible

Problems with mental illness and substance use disorders are common throughout our community. According to a 2012 survey by the federal government, 8.4 million American adults reported having co-occurring disorders, meaning they have both a mental health and a substance use disorder. While co-occurring disorders are common, so are stories of recovery. In fact, there are people in every walk of life in the Midlands who are on a path to mental and physical health. And as they work on their recovery journeys, they contribute to our communities, participate in business and provide for their families.