Green Hill Increases Accessibility to Substance Use Treatment by Joining Evernorth as In-Network Provider

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RALEIGH, North Carolina: Green Hill Recovery, a Raleigh-based treatment provider for young adults grappling with substance use disorder (SUD), announced this week that it has become an in-network provider for Evernorth. This announcement marks a monumental step forward in Green Hill’s effort to make high-quality treatment

How Common Is Drug Abuse At North Carolina Colleges?

We all know that North Carolina is home to some of the finest institutes of higher education in the world. With so many incredible universities and colleges around our state, it might be surprising to find just how common drug abuse is at local universities in the research triangle.

What Is IOP?

If you are researching substance use disorder treatment options, you have likely come across the term IOP. At Green Hill, our primary goal is to ensure our clients and their families understand all aspects of an individual’s journey to recovery, so let’s start with the basics about IOP and

Does My Son Need Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab?

In our previous post in this series, we explored the main differences between inpatient and outpatient rehab. Including the commitments in time, the necessary steps to take for admittance to each, and the main differences in programming. Now in this blog post, we hope to further break down the

Green Hill Recovery Contracts with Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina’s State Health Plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RALEIGH, North Carolina: Green Hill Recovery announced a new partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) through their State Health Plan. Hayat Shawwa, Green Hill’s Academic Advisor and Advaita Integrated Medicine’s Vice President of People, had this to say about the

Outpatient vs. Inpatient Rehab: An Introduction

When deciding what level of care you or your son needs to treat their substance use disorder, a lot of the resources can be unclear. The largest decision that needs to be made after you or your loved one has agreed that they want to seek help is if

Alex’s Sobriety Anniversary

This week we wanted to spotlight and celebrate Alex Peacock. Alex Peacock is our Program Coordinator of the Community Outpatient Program. On February 1st, 2022, he will be celebrating his 4 year sobriety anniversary. We sat down with Alex to learn more about his recovery journey and what this

Chandler’s Sobriety Anniversary

This week we wanted to spotlight and celebrate Chandler Huggins. Chandler serves as Green Hill’s Wellness Advisor, and as an Integrative Health Coach at our sister company, AIM: Advaita Integrated Medicine. He is responsible for providing group and individual coaching that addresses wellness through all facets of life including

Passing The Torch: CEO Transition At Green Hill

The following was adapted from an email sent from Tripp Johnson to the Green Hill team regarding his transition out of the CEO role. Green Hill Team, I am incredibly excited to announce a long-coming transition. This is the last time I’ll be sending a message as the CEO

Preventing Burnout In Your Organization: Practicing Flexibility

This blog is one in a series about burnout and moral injury in behavioral health. This post and those that follow will dig into some practical solutions that you could apply in your organization. The most effective changes in large systems start at the bottom with those who are

Preventing Burnout In Your Organization: Radical Candor

This blog is one in a series about burnout and moral injury in behavioral health. This post and those that follow will dig into some practical solutions that you could apply in your organization. The most effective changes in large systems start at the bottom with those who are

Preventing Burnout In Your Organization: Setting Expectations

This blog is one in a series about burnout and moral injury in behavioral health. This post and those that follow will dig into some practical solutions that you could apply in your organization. The most effective changes in large systems start at the bottom with those who are