We all experience anxiety from time to time. It’s a normal part of life, a function of the body’s involuntary fight-or-flight response system. Fear of failure before a big test or nervousness ahead of a public speaking engagement, for example, are natural reactions to stress. Short-term anxiety can even be beneficial in certain situations, perhaps motivating us to perform better or prepare more for specific events.
The Transition House
When you find yourself in a position where you don’t know where to turn, we are here to help. Here at The Transition House, Inc., we focus on your transition from where you are to where you want to be. We are here to provide you with the behavioral health services and counseling support that you need to move forward and start fresh.
Our goal is to assist you in accomplishing your own personal goals for a healthier and better life by aiding in the recovery of substance abuse, outpatient counselling, psychiatric care, medication assisted therapy and family counselling. Your next step could involve one of our behavioral health programs, veterans programs, substance abuse programs, permanent supportive housing or work release programs. Through these programs, and with the assistance of our staff, we can help you build a custom care plan that is specific to your recovery needs.
The Transition House has been a valued member of the behavioral healthcare industry for over 20 years, so don’t worry, you’re in good hands.
The Transition House is proud to be accredited by The Joint Commission since 2012. This demonstrates our commitment to providing safe, high quality care and treatment for our residents and patients, no matter where they are in their journey.
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