Behavioral Health Resources
Behavioral Health Resources
Behaviors can be traced to some stimulating catalyst, whether it is a thought, feeling or a combination of the two. However, when mental disorders develop, their manipulative impact can warp an individual’s cognition, emotion and his or her resulting behaviors can create distress in his or her life. Even after receiving treatment or care for one’s respective condition, managing behavioral health is a full-time responsibility.
Sovereign Health provides its patients and alumni with the adequate resources they need to survive and succeed in the real world.
To aid potential and current patients, as well as their families and friends, Sovereign has provided several links listed below to provide anyone with information on the road to recovery. Please note that while these links are meant to be useful, the company cannot attest to the accuracy of the information provided on these outside websites. These links do not constitute an endorsement by the Sovereign Health Group or any of its employees for any of the site’s sponsors or presented products.
Sovereign Health Group is a residential rehabilitation treatment company for substance abuse, mental health disorders and dual diagnosis. Our expert staff provides our patients with cutting-edge treatment programming and a full continuum of therapeutic care monitored by various licensed health professionals.
- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) – This provides information on preventing and curing mental illnesses
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – This is a non-profit, self-help and support organization for consumers, families and friends of those with severe mental illness such as bipolar disorder, depression and schizophrenia
- Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) – A site with information on depression and bipolar disorder, along with lists of patient support groups around the U.S.
- Emotions Anonymous (EA) – A 12-step program for those who are seeking emotional health
- Mentalhealth.gov – Provides access to the U.S. government’s information about mental health. This includes basic facts and additional information on different disorders and forms of treatment
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – SAMHSA effectively provides information on substance abuse and mental health services to the people who need it most. This website also offers research that is easy to understand, making information easier to access for those in the general care system
- National Institute on Drug Abuse – The mission of NIDA is to bring the power of science into the treatment of drug abuse and addiction
- CASA Columbia – This think-tank website focuses on the study of substance abuse and its effect on society
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Schizophrenia Support
- Help Preventing Suicide
- Help with PTSD
- Help finding insurance