We are Impact Group BHS, a dedicated team of mental health and addiction treatment professionals committed to facilitating lasting recovery and well-being. Rooted in evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, our treatment modalities extend beyond the clinical realm to address the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of each individual.
Our holistic approach aims to uncover and address the underlying issues that contribute to substance abuse and mental health disorders. Upon identifying these root causes, we create an individualized therapeutic environment for each client, offering a blend of counseling, peer-to-peer group support, positive coping strategies, and medication management when needed.
We operate on the belief that addiction is a medically diagnosed illness requiring a comprehensive treatment strategy that involves both clinical and medical expertise. Our mission is to empower individuals by providing compassionate, judgment-free support and to increase community awareness and accessibility to mental health and addiction services.
"At Impact Group BHS, our mission is to empower individuals on their path to recovery by providing a compassionate, judgment-free environment for addressing mental health and substance abuse challenges. We are committed to offering personalized, evidence-based services that pave the way for long-term wellness. In partnership with community organizations, we also strive to raise awareness and extend outreach, making mental health and addiction support accessible to all who need it."
"Impact Group employs Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as the cornerstone of our therapeutic methods but enriches this core technique with additional approaches that cater to an individual's mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Our objective is to unearth the root issues contributing to the client's condition. Upon identification, clients are welcomed into a specialized healing setting tailored just for them. The treatment involves a blend of counseling, group support from peers, cultivating constructive coping mechanisms, enhancing self-awareness, and medication management when required. We hold the conviction that addiction should be medically treated as an illness, and achieving genuine liberation from it requires the expertise of both clinical and medical professionals to address the individual as a whole."