Behavioral Health Group (BHG) is a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services.
With 37 locations in Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas, BHG provides pharmacotherapeutic maintenance and detoxification services in a conventional outpatient setting.
At Behavioral Health Group, we believe that all human beings possess inherent worth and deserve compassion, dignity, and respect, regardless of addiction, age, sex, health status, sexual orientation, disability, or social or ethnic origin. We are committed to the belief that no patient should walk through the doors of our treatment centers without feeling a sense of Hope, Respect, and Caring.
We work with patients to restore, maintain, and enhance their personal well-being - and, in doing so, we improve the well-being of their families, friends, and communities. Ultimately, we help patients make a positive difference in their own lives and, by extension, in their communities.
Click here to view a list of our treatment center locations.
Q: Why do we need an opioid treatment facility in this community?
Drug addiction ignores every socio-economic variable and finds its way into all communities. Treating addiction is far less costly than ignoring addiction. Demographic data on patients indicates that the vast majority of patients in treatment have long associations with the community as a person struggling...
Before going to the BHG clinic and beginning methadone treatment and counseling sessions my life had no hope. I was using drugs of all sorts and doing things I thought I never would see myself do. I thought there was no answer to my problem (addiction). I lost all control of my life. I am very sure if it wasn’t for methadone treatment and counseling that I wouldn’t be here today. Thanks to the other thoughtful and courteous people at my clinic: the program director and the folks at the front desk who are always there to help, and the nurses who are always quick to answer any of your questions or concerns. It’s just great all the way around. One day I hope to help other people who were like I was before, lost, addicted, and hopeless, find what has changed my life!