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Changing the Conversation

We want people to know and understand that:

Mental illness and addiction are chronic diseases.

 

Both mental illness and addiction can be successfully treated: Treatment Works and People Recover.

 

Recovery is to be celebrated. Individuals in recovery become active and contributing members of their communities.

What Does Recovery Mean to Me?

Recovery Stories

  • For me, recovery means that I have my son back and I am one happy Mom. Mental illness does not mean you should shun those folks, they deserve respect too. -Barb...

  • In 2009 after my 3rd hospital visit, I embarked on a journey of holistic recovery. I am by no means an expert on anything. I have simply found a rhythm that works for me. Recovery Is Beautiful is hopeful to me because it aligns with......

  • This story comes from our friends at the Perry County Tribune’s Profiles in Recovery Series. Her drug of choice – Morphine. As a mother she lost who she was and her values. “I would lie, cheat and steal from people who were always there for......

Recovery is Beautiful Blog

  • “Sober housing is the best thing since buttered bread” Stanley explains in a new video that promotes Perry Behavioral Health Choices’ sober living house named, Evolution. Recovery Is Beautiful couldn’t agree more with Stanley, especially as he goes on to explain that a sober living......

  • As we enter the dog days of summer, Recovery Is Beautiful would like to highlight some tips on self-care, particularly related to the summer.   Plan a Trip – The summer allows for a great time to get away from the day-to-day tasks that can......

  • Recovery Is Beautiful would like to send our sincerest condolences to those who knew Pat Risser, a founding member of the Recovery Is Beautiful Advisory Committee, who passed away last week. Have you ever met someone and immediately thought, “this person is making a difference”?  That’s......