Trauma Informed Care

As the staff at LRADAC work to help individuals and families prevent and recover from substance use disorders, we have embraced a movement within the... 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.