Connie Barnes, Executive Director of Behavioral Health Specialists, Inc., is excited to invite Northeast Nebraskans, and beyond, to attend the 9th Annual Norfolk Recovery Rally being held September 23, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Sunrise Place program located at 923 East Norfolk Avenue in Norfolk NE.
Enjoy a free great meal, inspiring speakers, fellowship, and fun. Festivities include raffles, bounce houses and other kids activities, and a ceremonial balloon release. The event is fun for all ages. Virginia L. Thompson, author of “The Beginners Handbook to the Art of Guided Imagery” will be the keynote speaker and is described as “a very engaging and dynamic” presenter.
She is a dedicated professional with extensive experience. She is recognized for her exceptional work in fostering and promoting that wellness and recovery are indeed attainable. Ms.Barnes noted that community partners represented at the Recovery Rally, including other provider Agencies, are instrumental in encouraging a teamwork approach that directly impacts local families and communities as a whole.
A strong, healthy environment creates strong and healthy recovery outcomes.
SAMHSA’s Recovery Month, which is a national observance, is held every September to educate Americans that services are available that can enable those affected by a mental health and/or substance use disorder live healthy and rewarding lives, as well as celebrates the gains made by those in recovery. There are millions of Americans
whose lives have been transformed through recovery. Since these successes often go unnoticed by the broader population, BHS, Inc.’s Recovery Rally provides a vehicle to celebrate the accomplishments of those within our community.
Please come and learn about the quality services available in our area. Our caring, professional staff excel in the provision of effective, recovery-based interventions to support your loved ones, co-workers and friends struggling with addiction and mental health disorders. Prevention works, treatment is effective, and people do recover.