BrookStone Medical Center has access to a lot of really great resources to educate, encourage, and give help to our clients and their families. All you need to do is walk in the front door, and ask any team member for information. Or look on the wall located by the receptionist in the front. Information can also be found on our website, and if additional questions arise, we offer group, peer, and individual counseling. Becoming educated is one of the best ways to help yourself or someone you know who is going through recovery.
Some of the information we have posted includes, tips for teens who may be struggling with heroin, medically assisted treatment for women who are pregnant, naloxone education, knowing the risk of opioids (Utah Department of Health), Southern Utah Live Website featuring Reach4Hope Coalition Videos, instructions on how to dispose of medication properly, information from useonlyasdirected.org, SAMHSA guide for Drugs, Alcohol and HIV/AIDS, SAMHSA information on medically assisted treatment for opioid dependence, and the HEAT program.
In clinic we also offer educational resources, including: resume, interviewing, budgeting classes, life skills courses, etc. Our staff members, specifically counseling staff, has access to much more information and can help point you in the right direction when it comes to receiving the best information. Please come pick up information and learn more about how you can help someone who may be struggling with this disease.