"Because of your support, help and encouragement, I know I will become someone that you all can be proud of... You have given me hope and shown me the light at the end of the tunnel."
"I'm going to Highland Rivers for Substance Abuse and I thank everyone that has helped me with my recovery. I enjoy going to Highland Rivers. I have been clean for 9 months. Thanks again."
, R.R. Posted on HRH FaceBook Page, August 12th
"As for myself, my work here is my passion not just a place where I'm employed. Each of the mothers I work with are women of worth even if they haven't realized it for the moment. I love people, and care for their well being."
Highland Rivers Health's business strategy is built on a rock solid belief in and commitment to recovery for people with mental illnesses and addictive disease.
“I have come to truly love who I am and enjoy what I do. I have learned how to set a goal and do what it takes to succeed. The most important thing I learned through this experience after getting to where I am now is that this in not the end by all means.”
"I wish I could write every single one of you a letter but I believe I would repeat in each letter how wonderful and supportive each and everyone of you are. I have been truly blessed by every single one of you."
“ I feel like I'm experiencing some of the happiest days of my life, but I know the best days are yet to come. I have been through a lot of things in my life, but I am grateful for it all because I have never been able to appreciate life and see the beauty in living as much as I do now.”
I am the proof that recovery is possible. It is possible for me and for you. Remember that recovery is a journey. So keep your head up and allow yourself to be human.
"I am thankful for Highland Rivers. My thanks goes out to Womens' Outreach in Rome, Ga, they forever changed my life and my way of thinking. I am now loving the Peer Support Group in Dalton, Ga. I am living a normal VERY HAPPY and productive Life."
, S.C. Posted on HRH Facebook Page, June 20th
“I look at my bills as if there a reminder from God that I have a roof over my head, a car to drive, and a great job working for the same agency and in the same program that not only helped me move forward in my recovery, but help me better myself as a person and a member of my community.”
“I am the proof that recovery is possible. It is possible for me and for you. Remember that recovery is a journey. So keep your head up and allow yourself to be human.”