The Navajo Department of Behavioral Health Services offers so much more than just a group or personal counseling for alcohol and drug abuse. They offer programs…
The Navajo Department of Behavioral Health Services offers so much more than just a group or personal counseling for alcohol and drug abuse. They offer programs for family development, domestic violence, parenting programs, employment and training assistance, elder care and development, and much more. If you or someone you know needs treatment to get off the streets or into a halfway house or other residential program, you can trust that someone in the Navajo Nation will help. They are committed to finding a solution for people and helping them through their recovery.
The goal of the Navajo department of behavioral health services is to focus on the entire family, from the youngest to the oldest member. It doesn’t matter if someone is young, old, in a crisis or dealing with a crisis at home, they are all welcome and given the compassion and attention they need. It doesn’t matter if the person is an addict or not, they are still family. This is what’s so unique about this transitional living home: it isn’t for just one family. It’s for everyone.
Alcohol and drug abuse is something that effects everyone. Sober living takes all forms of addiction and works with those who have a variety of mental and physical problems to find the road to recovery and to keep it that way. Sober living in Tuba City allows a loved one to go on with their life while giving them the tools they need to live healthier, happier lives. Getting into an alcohol or drug treatment program should never be seen as an option, but as part of the regimen needed to get back on track, to feel good about themselves again.