First hand experiences of CCBC clients show that treatment can get you on the path to recovery.
I couldn't have done it without CCBC. If it wasn't for them, I would probably still be out on the streets wandering.
CCBC and their therapists and doctors and all that they have are a really good tool to use in battling yourself and others.
There aren't too many stories that a client can tell me that is going to shock me - I've done all those dumb things myself.
Before going to Pathways, I would be very unstable alot of the time, that was sort of my baseline. Now I have stability as my baseline, it's really awesome.
Isn't that nice when you realize you can change but you need help... I'm back to being the man my mother would want me to be.
You get a sense of confidence and self-worth. My self-esteem has been steadily increasing, which is pretty cool.
I do feel like I have so many possibilities, like there's just so much that I can do, and so much that I want to do.
Provide behavioral healthcare solutions to improve lives and strengthen our community.
The purpose and mission of Community Counseling of Bristol County, Inc. (CCBC) is to develop and deliver compassionate, responsive, culturally competent, and quality mental health and substance abuse services to meet the prevention, education, treatment, rehabilitation and recovery needs of those in our community. These services are based on the latest evidence-based approaches to respond to the complex needs of children, adolescents, adults, elders and families as part of a locally integrated health-care delivery system linked to regional and statewide delivery systems.
CCBC's goal is to create a continuum of care that allows our clients to receive the level of care that best meets their needs and assist them in achieving their goals. We seek to accomplish this for each individual in our care by: conveying respect and affirming the dignity of those we serve, delivering treatment based upon current evidence based practices, utilizing a strength-based person-centered approach, focusing on recovery, and maintaining a commitment to continuous quality improvement.
During the COVID-19 pandemic staff at each of our ACCS residential sites moved in for a minimum of two weeks. This was done to reduce the spread of the virus. As a tribute to their generosity and commitment we present this unique photo series.
If you are having an emergency, or have any thoughts of harming yourself, please call 911 or go directly to the nearest emergency room.
(The Intake process can take up to 2 hours depending on availability)