Charlie DiRosa experiences much satisfaction in his role of Recovery Support Navigator for individuals in MiraVista Behavioral Health Center’s Opioid Treatment Program (OTP). He feels much satisfaction, too, in being part of a clinical team whose values when asked to name in three words he describes as acceptance, compassion, and kindness.
As we approach the dawn of a new year, Miravista Behavioral Health Center is championing the spirit of mental wellness by encouraging individuals to set realistic and attainable New Year’s resolutions.
Recognizing the importance of fostering positive mental health habits, Miravista is dedicated to empowering individuals on their journey towards overall well-being.
Recovery is about staying connected. This is true anytime, but especially during the fall and winter holidays with their many triggers that can challenge it. These include increased pressure to meet expectations, financial distress related to gift spending, and loneliness around loved ones no longer present to celebrate them.
The start of a new academic year can be stressful for students of any age, as well as their parents and trusted adult caregivers. It is important to give all …