Trish Bleth is a teacher, a role model and a listening ear. As a peer support specialist at Terros Health, she trains others to ask not what’s wrong with them, but instead what’s happened to them. It’s all part of a bigger growth and development plan for patients and her quest to reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues.
While current actions are a step forward in the war on drugs, we must also focus on early detection and intervention. Much has been said about the meteoric rise of drug abuse in America. What hasn’t been talked about enough are comprehensive strategies for addressing the problem.
Visit a Terros Health Care Clinic and you may not hear the phrase “whole health care,” but you’ll no doubt experience it. “Physical and mental health conditions used to be treated in silos, but this is starting to change,” said Robert Allen, M.D., Terros Health Primary Care Physician and Addictionologist. “At Terros Health, we have begun treating the ‘whole’ person and the outcomes have been promising.”