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Helping People Live Healthy Lives

We need your help to complete the construction on Harvest Home so we can be open by January 2018!

Harvest Home is a new residential treatment facility located in Olympia, Washington that will provide services to pregnant and parenting women who are struggling with a substance use disorder as well as mental health symptoms.


BHR’s Harvest Home will provide safe and stable residential care with a newly refurbished 16-bed facility. Participants of this program will be women and their small children (up to age 3). Participants will receive substance use disorder services in a timely, focused, and individualized manner from healthcare professionals experienced in SUD service provision in a residential setting.


At BHR, our clients use their resilience to focus on their strengths and their ability to live a recovering lifestyle. We are always inspired and taught by their courage and their grace. Through their example, we know that hard work can result in a healthier and happier life in the community. We feel privileged to help our clients reach their optimum of mental health and recovery from chemical dependency.

As a multi-county provider of mental health and addiction recovery services, BHR offers the information on this web site to assist people who wish to learn more about mental health and chemical dependency issues and recovery system.


What is Mental Health?
Mental Health and Mental Illness are not polar opposites but may be thought of as points on a continuum. Dependent on a person’s circumstances, we know that mental health is a state of successful performance of mental function, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships with other people and the ability to adapt and change and cope with adversity. Further, mental health is indispensable to personal well-being, family and interpersonal relationships, and contribution to community or society. It is easy in either families or communities to overlook the value of mental health until problems surface or system changes occur.

 
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