Mira-culous Stories of Impact

“I have stayed committed…I want to live without drugs.”

Committing to sobriety involves relapses, facing regrets, repairing relationships, sometimes dealing with mental health issues, and staying connected to support. It is hard work, but it also means no more …

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“They are capable and can handle more than they think they can.”

Supporting young people in addressing mental and behavioral health challenges is hard work both for patient and staff on MiraVista’s adolescent inpatient unit. It is also life-changing. Programming is designed …

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Recovery “is not a quick fix thing.”

Since opening 18 months ago, MiraVista Behavioral Health Center, which offers psychiatric and substance use recovery treatment, has served 15,000 thousand inpatient bed days, and had over 300,000 outpatient visits. …

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You Can’t Do Recovery On Your Own.

Addiction is a disease, but it is one that can be managed successfully with evidence-based treatment that is individualized and person-centered. This is a message highlighted across the country every …

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Achieving and maintaining recovery is one of the hardest things a person will do. It is important to honor that.

September is National Recovery Month, something Jaime Frazier, a clinician in the outpatient methadone program at MiraVista Behavioral Health Center, knows well as do the individuals she works with in …

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Happy Birthday Takes on New Meaning at MiraVista

Hearing “Happy Birthday” sung is all part of recovery at MiraVista Behavioral Health Center’s outpatient clinic for medication assisted treatment for substance use. It is what Juan Feliciano has happily …

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We’re Here To Care

Often the most difficult step for someone is to ask for help. Our admission coordinators are available 24/7 to listen and to help. We can answer questions about your needs or for someone who is important to you.

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