Resources

Supporting families that are affected by mental health and substance use disorders.

We offer several different services and resources, including:

  • Family Support easily accessible! Funded by The Robert J. and Martha B. Fierle Foundation you can email FamilySupport@horizon-health.org or call 716-650-5552 to ask questions and obtain support.
  • Mental Health Awareness Guide – Your path to hope Use this amazing resource from the Buffalo News to learn more about the signs and symptoms of mental illness along with the resources in the community that are readily available! Find out more…
  • Family Support Groups – Meetings are held three times a month. Find out more…
  • Opiate Overdose Prevention – Free trainings and narcan kits are available to those with a loved one who is abusing opioids. Find out more…
  • Community Outreach & Education – Horizon’s Parent and Family Support Coordinator, Colleen Babcock, specializes in presentations for schools and organizations. Find out more…
  • Horizon Blog – Our blog is filled with hundreds of educational articles and information. Find out more…
  • Private Counseling through Horizon Therapy Associates. Find out more…
  • Check out the myStrength online platform and mobile app!! myStrength offers clinically reviewed wellness resources to help individuals build resiliency, manage stress, improve their mood, develop coping strategies, sleep better or to simply find daily inspiration. Members are able to track their health across a range of dimensions. Find out more…
  •  Check out bekindtoyourmind.com BK2YM is a mental health awareness clothing line and self care brand where 10% of proceeds are donated to Horizon Health Services.

Horizon Health Services is an active member of the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network, a clinical collaboration of quality health care organizations that share a philosophy about the best evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, as well as a commitment to improving patient outcomes.

Members of the Hazelden Betty Ford Patient Care Network have contracted with Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation (the “Foundation”) and agreed to put in place certain processes and procedures intended to facilitate continuity of care for patients. Members are independent providers and are not staff or employees of the Foundation, and as such the Foundation cannot oversee, vouch for, or guarantee any services provided by Members.