How We Have Helped … One Person at a Time
After being in therapy for most of her life, and after one year of coming to CoveCare Center, Johanne no longer eats peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Read More.
Many children experience traumatic events in their lives that ultimately affect their ability to cope with stress. Lila was certainly no exception. When she entered treatment at CoveCare Center as a teen, her parents had undergone a divorce, older siblings were struggling with disabling conditions including substance use, and the family was experiencing significant financial difficulties. Read More.
Each and every one of us plays a unique and important role in this world. However, for some of us, our identity or purpose is not always so clear. This was the case for Michael, who first came to CoveCare Center during a difficult time in his life, when he was unsure of his identity and didn’t know how to cope with the challenges he was facing. Read More.
Sydney was told that she would be an alcoholic before she ever had a drink. The child of an angry, violent alcoholic, she was the youngest of 7 children, most of whom are alcoholics. Depression, anorexia, suicidal tendencies…all of these were the by-product of her unfortunate upbringing, and what brought her eventually to CoveCare Center for assistance. Read More
After almost a year of hospitalization, struggling to find the right medications to manage her delusions, Emily saw a familiar face…and began a journey to recovery. Dr. Stumacher, a CoveCare Center psychiatrist she had worked with in the past, listened to her needs and prescribed the medication that helped her turn the corner. Read More