What's Your New Year's Resolution?

There’s something about the feeling of accomplishing your New Year’s Resolution that warms the heart. Often, people make a resolution on New Year’s with no intention of following through, but we at Bellwood know that a real commitment starts with a true intention for change. Recovery from addiction is a lifelong journey, and reaffirming your commitment to it at the start of each new year is an opportunity for celebration everyone can share in.

As the turn over to 2014 approaches and we look back on 2013, let’s consider how we can support each other through the process of recovery. Whether you or someone you know are in rehab or long-term recovery, New Year’s Eve will be a chance to come together in continued support.

Did you achieve your resolution from last year? Did you think to include sobriety in that resolution?

Share your stories with us in the comments, and let us know– what will be your resolution for 2014?

Happy New Years from the team at Bellwood Health Services

Safety precautions against COVID-19

COVID-19 should not prevent someone from being able to receive life-saving addiction and mental health treatment. Rest assured that we are taking every step possible to protect our current patient population from contracting the infection.

Our facilities have policies and protocols in place to protect patients, including screening new patients, limiting visitors, and moving aftercare groups to online meetings.

Continue to our action plan to see what we are doing to protect our patients from COVID-19.