UMADAOP of Franklin County understands the challenges individuals face when recovering from addictions. The journey towards sobriety can often feel overwhelming, which is why UMADAOP offers counseling sessions to provide support and guidance.
One significant concern that UMADAOP addresses is the high rates of suicide among minority men and women. These individuals are more likely to refuse counseling due to various factors such as stigma, cultural barriers, or lack of awareness about available resources. UMADAOP aims to break down these barriers by promoting mental health and suicide awareness within minority communities.
Through our counseling sessions, UMADAOP provides a safe space for individuals to address their mental health needs and work towards long-term recovery. By offering culturally sensitive therapy options, they strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels comfortable seeking help.
UMADAOP’s commitment to addressing mental health concerns and raising suicide awareness among minority populations is crucial in ensuring that no one is left behind on their journey towards sobriety and overall well-being.
To learn more about our counseling sessions and/or treatment programs contact us by phone or email.