Foundations NewsletterVolume 7, Issue 1 - June 2019
In this Issue
- Voice of Recovery: Shirley, Mark, Tonya
- Make a Plan to Quit Smoking
- Follow Up With Your Doctor After Leaving the Hospital
- Healthy Habits to Prevent Childhood Obesity
You might not be sure what behavioral health treatment is or if you need it. Choose one of these areas to learn about what we do, how we can help, and other information that is important to you.
Learn more about what we do and what it means to be a Community Care member.
Find help for a mental health condition, drug or alcohol addiction, or help for children and youth.
View important information for members, including the Member Handbook.
Pick a behavioral health topic and learn more about it through many informational resources.
Get answers to commonly asked questions about Community Care and behavioral health services.
Quitting tobacco is one of the most important things you can do for better health. Support and medicine can help. Find more tips and resources to take steps toward quitting today.
People can and do recover from behavioral health conditions. Recovery is possible.
Recovery is a process that allows you to make changes in your life. Through change, you can find hope.
Recovery means having the quality of life that you want.
You can define your own goals and make your own path toward reaching those goals.