Since 1927 The Center has worked in tandem with the community to create services that most meet the needs of county residents. Operating under the mission to provide high-quality, recovery-oriented, community-based behavioral health services their goal is to bring hope to individuals struggling with their mental well-being, empowering them to build happy, healthy lives.
According to the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the definition of recovery is “a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.” By definition, we could surmise that recovery is for everyone.
Loneliness is caused not by being alone, but by being without the types of relationships that bring affection and connection. Loneliness isn’t the same as being alone. You can feel alone in a room full of people if the connection to those people is not significant enough.
Josh Wheeler, recovery program manager at the Center for Human Services (CHS) in Bloomington, said CHS would be mainly looking to educate people at a time like this.
ISU will be contracting mental health professionals from the Center for Human Services (CHS), which runs the Behavioral Health Urgent Care facility in downtown Bloomington.