Members of the Brattleboro Retreat's clinical staff discuss the hospital's philosophy and approach to treating substance abuse and addiction.
I’m often asked by concerned parents and other individuals who have regular contact with young people: “Is it possible to recognize when a teen, or even a younger child, has a drug or alcohol problem? What should I look for?” The short answer is yes, it is possible; but the longer answer can be much more complicated. That’s because it is not unusual for older people to be completely unaware of a young person’s involvement or dependence on alcohol or other drugs.
As a mental health worker (MHW) at the Brattleboro Retreat, you'll play a crucial role in helping patients get the very most out of their treatment. We are proud of our MHW's for their patience, professionalism, kindness and caring.
At the Brattleboro Retreat, we understand it takes courage to ask for help with a psychiatric or addiction challenge. This video provides a sense of the respect, professionalism, compassion and understanding our patients will receive when they arrive in our Admissions Department.
As our nation soldiers on through an economic downturn of historic proportions, many people are faced with the seemingly endless prospect of unemployment (or underemployment) and the gnawing sense of uncertainty that comes with it. When you’re stuck in a difficult situation with no apparent way out, you are a prime candidate for the kind of stress that taxes mind, body and spirit.