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    “Freedom From Anxiety: How to relieve Anxiety With Holistic Methods

    At Harmony Recovery Group, we believe in holistic anxiety relief—treating the underlying causes of anxiety in their physical, emotional, and spiritual underpinnings rather than attempting to play whack-a-mole with anxiety symptoms. The concept of ‘holistic relief’ emphasizes a comprehensive and integrated approach to managing anxiety, focusing on promoting overall well-being and balance. The Harmony Recovery…

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    Thriving in Sober Living: Rediscovering Passion and Purpose

    For individuals who have completed a detox and residential treatment program, sober living can be a significant intermediate step for those attempting to secure their hard-fought recovery into the long term. Sober living, a sober home or (erroneously) a halfway house, is a supportive and structured living environment designed to assist individuals recovering from substance…

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    I drink every night…am I an alcoholic?

    Am I an alcoholic? The question predates introducing the term “alcoholic” into the English language. Human beings have been drinking alcohol for thousands of years. And almost assuredly, alcohol addiction is nearly just as old. Alcohol use disorder, or alcoholism, as it’s commonly known, has been with humans nearly as long as anything else. However,…

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    Heroin 101: Understanding Withdrawal Symptoms

    Heroin is among the most widely abused and addictive substances in 21st-century America. The National Institute on Drug Abuse defines heroin as “an opioid drug made from morphine, a natural substance taken from the seed pod of the various opium poppy plants grown in Southeast and Southwest Asia, Mexico, and Colombia. Heroin can be a…

  • Growing up with a Parent Battling Substance Use Disorder: It’s a Family Matter

    When it comes to parenting, there’s no one-size-fits all approach – but some aspects of parenting are universal. Take worry, for example. As children grow, a parent’s worries grow as well. Elementary school-level worries about planning playdates and fostering friendships evolve into middle and high school-level worries about more distressing topics like, “Does my child…

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    How to Save a Life: Signs & Symptoms of a Drug Overdose

     It’s easy to miss the rolling tragedy of the modern opioid epidemic in this country (and beyond!). According to the CDC, over 100,000 people died in the United States from drug-related overdoses in 2021. Take a moment to appreciate that number. It’s an antiseptic set of digits on the screen, a handful of keystrokes that…

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    What is Self-Care & Why Is It So Important?

    In our fast-paced world, self-care often takes a back seat to our often frenetic lives. But prioritizing self-care is not just a luxury – it’s a necessity. It involves purposefully taking care of ourselves physically and emotionally, rejuvenating our energy, and reducing stress levels. Self-care is the foundation upon which we build our lives, supporting…

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    Loneliness: An Overlooked Contributor to Mental Health Issues

    In our modern and interconnected world, loneliness may seem like an unlikely concern. With social media, video calls, and instant messaging, we have more ways than ever to connect with others. However, beneath the illusion of apparent connectivity, an alarming number of individuals worldwide experience profound feelings of loneliness, which can have a severe impact…

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    Breaking Barriers: Raising Awareness of Mental Health in Minority Communities

    Many people from minority communities face significant barriers to accessing mental health care and support, which can have serious consequences such as higher rates of untreated mental health issues, increased risk for suicide, and a lower quality of life. Despite the prevalence of mental health issues in these communities, there is still a lack of…

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    Native American and American Indian Mental Healthcare: Removing the Obstacles and Increasing Access

    During National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month – and every month – let’s unite to support and empower historically underrepresented communities in their mental health and substance use disorder journeys. In this blog, we’ll explore Native American and Alaska Native mental health – and learn how we can work together to eliminate disparities and stigmas…

  • Fireworks Spark Patriotism, Parades…and PTSD

    Uncovering the Facts – and Myths – About PTSD Fireworks spark happiness for most people, evoking fond memories like watching the sky light up after a fun-filled day of all-you-can-eat hotdogs and watermelon on the Fourth of July. But for some, fireworks ignite something more distressing – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). For certain individuals…

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    Self-Care for Anxiety or Depression

    Living with Anxiety or Depression Depression or anxiety can introduce some real challenges into your life. Living with either of these mental health conditions (or both) often feels isolating and overwhelming. Like any mental health issue, depression and anxiety change the way we experience the world. They can distort the lens through which we see…

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    Do I Have a Trauma Disorder?

    How Do I Know if I Have a Trauma Disorder? Trauma can have a profound impact on an individual’s mental health, often leading to the development of trauma-related disorders. If you’re wondering, “Do I have a trauma disorder?” then you’re in the right place. Sometimes, recognizing when more intensive care, like residential mental health treatment,…

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    Do I Need Residential Mental Health Treatment?

    Deciding on Mental Health Treatment When it comes to the people we love, we always want what’s best, especially regarding their physical or mental health. But sometimes, recognizing when more intensive care, like residential mental health treatment, is necessary can be a challenge. It’s difficult to stay objective when complex emotions are involved. You may…

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    Learning How to Love Yourself

    Is Loving Yourself Selfish or Conceited? The concept of self-love has become a little muddled in the modern age. Some people even confuse the idea of self-love and wellness with self-centeredness or narcissism. This misunderstanding can be detrimental in a number of ways. First, it may cause people to unfairly judge others who embrace the…

  • Harmony Oaks Recovery Center Adds Evernorth/Cigna to Expanding Portfolio of In-Network Providers

    Chattanooga, TN, August 1, 2023 – Harmony Health Group announced today that Harmony Oaks Recovery Center, the company’s top-rated treatment center in Chattanooga, TN, is now in-network with Evernorth Health Services (formerly Cigna). Covered services include mental health and substance use disorder treatment for both commercial and individual family/marketplace plan members. Chief Executive Officer Dr.…

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    Harmony Health Group Adds Three Former Delphi Facilities to Their Growing Portfolio

    Charlotte, NC, June 10, 2023 – Harmony Health Group (HHG), in partnership with Thrive Healthcare and Brightwood Capital Advisors, LLC, is proud to announce its expansion with three Serenity at Summit facilities, replacing outgoing operator Delphi. This strategic move reinforces HHG’s commitment to providing evidence-based behavioral health services and addressing the urgent need for quality…

  • Harmony Health Group Announces a Change in Branding Strategy

    CHARLOTTE, N.C., Apr. 7, 2023 – Today, Harmony Health Group announced that they have rebranded with a new name and logo and are undergoing a full rebrand to roll out in the upcoming months. This change was part of an initiative to reinvest and revitalize their portfolio. CEO Dr. Deja Gilbert has been instrumental in…

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    Where Does Depression Come From?

    Depression affects at least 18 million adults in the United States in any given year. That’s one out of ten American adults. There are several different types of depression which can be diagnosed, but what they all have in common is persistent periods of low mood. But, where does depression come from? What can a…

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