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Recognizing Addiction During A National Pandemic  

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Alcoholism, drug addiction, and substance use disorders lead to – and flourish in – isolation and secrecy. But, as people with addiction are forced to quarantine with their loved one, signs of substance use that may have been hidden from view come to the forefront. Substance use is often the central organizing principle of a person’s life,… Read On »

A New Year’s Letter from Our CEO, Jim Caldwell

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It’s hard to believe that Christmas is over and the holiday season has come to an end. It’s even harder to believe that 2019 and the second decade of the century are over. Time marches relentlessly onward, taking us with it. But a New Year and a new decade lie ahead, bringing with them all… Read On »

Origins Behavioral HealthCare Announces Partnership with Windhaven

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(Dallas, TX) – Origins Behavioral HealthCare is pleased to announce a partnership with Windhaven House and Windhaven Counseling Center, providers of transitional living, extended care services and intensive outpatient programming (IOP) for women based in Dallas, TX, according to Jim Caldwell, President and CEO of Origins Behavioral HealthCare. “This partnership underscores our focus on continuing… Read On »

Kim Garrett, LCSW, LCDC, CCISM, MBA, Selected as Executive Director of Origins’ Texas Programs

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We are pleased to announce that Kim Garrett, LCSW, LCDC, CCISM, MBA, has been selected as the new Executive Director of Origins Behavioral HealthCare’s programs in South Padre Island, Texas. As a seasoned Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kim brings to the task nearly 30 years of mental and behavioral health experience. She will be exclusively… Read On »

ORIGINS’ SOUTH PADRE PROGRAMS RECEIVE ASAM CERTIFICATION

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  ORIGINS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE is pleased to announce that Origins Recovery Center and Hannah’s House by Origins in South Padre Island, TX have received new certifications by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).   ASAM’s certifications are specifically designed to recognize programs that demonstrate the capacity to deliver evidence-based services consistent with established national… Read On »

Meet Mark St. John, Program Director at Hanley Center

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Mark St. John, LSCW, CAP, ICADC, NAADAC – Program Director Mark is a graduate of Washburn University in Topeka, KS with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Washburn University with an emphasis on social policy. Mark has worked… Read On »

Origins Behavioral HealthCare Announces Opening of Origins Center For Brain Recovery

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    (May 2nd, 2019) – ORIGINS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE is proud to announce the opening of its new health psychology department, Origins Center for Brain Recovery (CBR).   Origins Center for Brain Recovery, an innovative program designed to facilitate healing, health, and wellbeing of the whole person, will be nestled inside of Origins’ residential treatment… Read On »

Origins Welcomes South Padre’s New Psychologist, Dr. Marsha Sargeant

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We are pleased to announce the arrival of clinical psychologist, Dr. Marsha Sargeant. Dr. Sargeant will be overseeing Texas’ arm of our innovative new health psychology department, Origins Center for Brain Recovery (CBR). Dr. Sargeant is a licensed psychologist who has served in private practice providing psychological assessment, testing, and patient-centered, evidence-based psychotherapy for adults… Read On »

Meet the Newest Members of Our Professional Relations Team

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We are pleased to announce the newest members of our Professional Relations team, William McHale and Jonathan Benz. Meet our newest additions below. Welcome to Origins, William and Jonathan! William “Bill” McHale is a native of Miami, Florida. For the past 20 years, Bill has assisted many of those facing drug charges in the Miami… Read On »

Alcohol Awareness Month Is Coming

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Alcohol Awareness Month was founded in 1987 by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, or NCADD. The purpose of Alcohol Awareness Month is to reduce the stigma associated with alcohol use disorder and spread information about alcohol, alcohol use disorder, and recovery. It’s especially important that people be aware that alcohol use disorder… Read On »