Horizon Blog

CRAFT: Horizon is Expanding our Family Services!

October 14th, 2021

Horizon Health Services is excited to announce that we are growing our family services with CRAFT! Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is an evidence-based practice that assists family members and loved ones in creating an environment that supports motivation for participation in treatment for substance use and mental health disorders. Whether you’re a spouse, […]

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Children’s Mental Health Services

September 14th, 2020

Horizon is excited to now offer children’s mental health services for ages three and older. Children can benefit from mental health counseling for numerous reasons and we are here to help. Treating a child’s mental health struggles as soon as possible can help reduce issues in their current and future life. Treatment is specialized for […]

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Adolescent & Family Services

April 20th, 2020

Horizon Health offers mental health and substance use treatment for adolescents, ages 13 and older, along with family support and counseling. Our teleservices allow you and your child easy and safe support. We understand that making the decision to reach out for help can be difficult, especially for a teenager. Our experienced counselors are here […]

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Support & Treatment Available During COVID-19

April 13th, 2020

Horizon knows there are many challenges posed from COVID-19. Work, education, childcare and safety being a few that have disrupted our routine these past few weeks. However, taking care of yourself should not be one of them. We cannot emphasize it enough. You have to take care of yourself. If you are not well, whether […]

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Are You Enabling a Loved One?

November 22nd, 2019

If you have a loved one with a substance use disorder, you know that there is a fine line between helping and enabling. While your main focus is to support your loved one through their addiction and recovery, too much help may wind up resulting in enabling behaviors. What is enabling? Enabling behavior shields people […]

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Making Amends: An Important Step in Recovery

March 1st, 2019

“The best apology is changed behavior.”1 Recovery is a journey, not a destination. If you or someone you love is in recovery from substance use disorder, then you are probably familiar with the 12 steps in AA. Two of these steps, both 8 and 9 are about making amends for any pain you caused loved […]

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New: Parent and Family Support Groups

May 16th, 2018

A New Horizon: Parent & Family Support Groups Horizon Health is excited to announce new parent and family groups that will be held three times each month in a convenient location in Western New York. The Journey Back – Run by families for families Together we can better understand chemical dependency and addiction. All meetings […]

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Pledging Gone Wrong: The Dangers of Hazing and Binge Drinking

August 23rd, 2017

On February 4th, 2017 Evelyn and James Piazza received the call that all parents fear: Their 19 year old son, Timothy Piazza was dead. Cause of death was a combination of a skull fracture and ruptured spleen brought on by a night of excessive drinking. Timothy and his brother were attending Penn State University when […]

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