What are people saying about Centers for Behavioral Health?
“This program has helped me to not feel sorry for myself which has been a problem for years. I look at life with a positive attitude. Helps me be honest with myself first. Any staff that is here to help deal with things that would otherwise upset me. Thanks!” ~S.B.
“I come here to do something, to be involved. If I was home, I would probably be watching tv or doing something non-productive. It’s good for me to get out for a few hours. I like the activities now. It was a time when we were not going on trips. Now we are doing a lot of things. I have been coming to Life Skills for about four or five years.” ~A.
“I come to get help with my management skills and life preparation. To participate in the community, get along with people. I want to learn money management. I like the groups, being able to talk my problems, my peers, when other people have the same experiences and thoughts. Learn how to control my thoughts and manage money” ~C.G.
“I attend the program because I like being around my peers. I enjoy the different subjects and topics that the staff offers. I hope to obtain more life skills.” ~D.F.
“I attend the program because there’s always something to do rather than sit home. I enjoy this program because it’s helpful and staff take us places. I hope to gain more independence with my goals.” ~A.R.
“I attend the program to gather with others, to see the doctor and get out the house. I enjoy being at the program because staff takes me out on outings. I hope to gain a new chapter of my life and to stay well.” ~R.F.
“The program gives me a chance to interact with my peers and learn from staff and peers. I enjoy the interaction with others because it pulls me out of my depression and isolation. I hope to gain relief from my symptoms so I can achieve my goals of going back to school and work again.” ~M.S.
“I gain confidence for myself and be happy that is why I attend the program. I enjoy being at Life Skills because I meet people and help people. I enjoy joining in the groups. I can think positive and make myself happy that is what I hope to gain from coming to the program.” ~V.W.
“I like the people here. I like the staff and interacting. It helps me express myself and understand my disability.” ~A.M.