COVID-19: Here to Help

IHR continues its work state-wide. We are working hard to protect our staff, clients, and colleagues, shifting how we offer services in this unprecedented time and we want to let you, an important member of the IHR family, know what we’re doing.

Our Work Continues

Institute for Health & Recovery provides direct services, program & policy development, training & capacity building

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Family helped by IHR.
COVID-19: Here to Help

IHR continues its work state-wide. We are working hard to protect our staff, clients, and colleagues, shifting how we offer services in this unprecedented time and we want to let you, an important member of the IHR family, know what we’re doing.

Our Work Continues
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Supporting Family Recovery Since 1989

IHR specializes in innovative services, training and evaluation focused on addressing the unique needs of underserved families, women and youth. IHR’s treatment programs provide holistic interventions for hard to reach and high-risk individuals and families. Our mission is to develop a comprehensive continuum of care for individuals, youth, and families affected by alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, violence/trauma, mental health challenges, and other health issues.

3,000+ Families
Helped each year to foster resilience & support recovery
Over 30 years
Of addressing drug & alcohol use, mental illness & trauma, and homelessness
A CARF Accredited Organization
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If you are looking for help and struggling with mental health and/or substance use, call our outpatient intake coordinator at 857-285-6264.

If you are a pregnant woman struggling with drug and/or alcohol use, call the Pregnant Women’s Statewide Access Line at 866-705-2807. We can help you find the right treatment for you and for your baby.

IHR provides family-centered outpatient behavioral health treatment. We can see you in the location that works best for you: home, office, or community. Please call us at 857-285-6264.

IHR offers access to services statewide for pregnant people struggling with substance use. Please call us at 866-705-2807.

What We Do

IHR’s mission, since our founding in 1989, has been to develop and support a comprehensive continuum of care for families, individuals, youth, and pregnant and parenting women affected by alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, violence/trauma, mental health challenges and other health issues, while advancing principles of health equity and social justice.

I rarely talk about my problems or situations. I just kind of bottle it up and kind of like deal with it or try to handle it. [My therapist] never gave up...[they were] persistent and did not give up on me.”
IHR Client
I really appreciate everything my therapist did for me. They went out of their way to help, and if I could keep them forever I would.”
IHR Client
[My clinicians] are amazing people and go above and beyond for the entire family, not just the child. Never once did I feel uncomfortable letting them into my home—it felt more like family was coming to visit. They gave me a sense that everything was going to be okay, and I just had to take it one step at a time.”
IHR Client
[My therapist] was genuinely concerned about my wellbeing and got to know me as a person. [My therapist] learned who I was growing up, as well as my experiences being in an abusive relationship and becoming addicted to drugs.”
IHR Client
I have never taken to a therapist like I did with my therapist at the Institute for Health and Recovery"
IHR Client
[My IHR therapist] is the first therapist I have ever been able to fully trust and open up to… they helped me gain so much insight as to why I made certain choices in my life. They helped me recognize my triggers and worked with me to find tools to manage my anxiety. We worked on self-love, forgiveness, acceptance, and boundaries. My therapist has played a huge role in why I am clean and sober today. They are AMAZING!”
IHR Client

Work at IHR

IHR offers a rewarding work environment with a strong commitment to equity and diversity. We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

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