Nizhoni Health Shares Five Things to Know During Mental Health Awareness Week
Our dedicated team at Nizhoni Health works year round to improve the lives of those who struggle with mental illness, combat the stigma surrounding mental health treatments and provide resources to communities that need them the most. Here are five things to be aware of during Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Six Steps to Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness
Wayne Barker, RN is one of our clinical nurse managers based out of our Peabody office. Wayne outlines a common misconception about mental illnesses in this blog post and shows how anyone can help reduce the stigma associated with mental illness in just six steps.
Throughout our company's history, Nizhoni Health has made efforts to hire the most thorough clinicians with a knack for seeing emerging trends in health care. We choose those that are dedicated not only to treating our clients effectively, but also finding ways to ensure our services become better each and every day. Our clinicians are truly dedicated to the communities in which they live and work.
On occasion, one of our clinicians will earn an award or demonstrate expertise through a quote in the media. We’re happy to say that one of our longest-tenured clinicians is featured in a recent post for Wicked Local Watertown.
Help Someone with Substance Abuse Treatment During National Recovery Month
Each year, National Recovery Month takes on a new theme to emphasize the importance of guiding others through the long process of recovery. The theme for National Recovery Month 2016 is “Join the Voices for Recovery: Our Families, Our Stories, Our Recovery!” Help from a family member can make all the difference for those in recovery. Telling personal stories is an effective way to share successes and inspire others battling drug or alcohol addiction.