Helping People Live Healthy Lives

Welcome to BHR

As a multi-county provider of mental health and addiction recovery services, BHR offers programs and services to individuals, children, youth and families in the areas of mental health and chemical dependency recovery.  We also provide assistance to people who strive to learn more about mental health and chemical dependency issues to better support friends, loved ones and the community.

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Give the Gift of Compassion this Holiday Season


This year we invite you to give the gift of Warm Winter Services, Helping Services, or Holidays. Donate to BHR in the name of someone you love and we will mail you a lovely gift box with a card stating that you made a donation in their honor to give to them. It is a way to celebrate the real spirit of the holidays and to let your loved ones know they made a difference in the lives of our clients.

Harvest Home Opening January 2019

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Harvest Home is a new residential treatment facility located in Olympia, WA that will provide services to pregnant and parenting women who are struggling with a substance use disorder as well as mental health symptoms.

Join us for the Grand Opening on January 3, 12:30-1:30 p.m. at 3775 Martin Way E., Olympia.

BHR's Harvest Home will offer stable residential care with a newly refurbished 16-bed facility. Participants of this program will be women and their small children (up to age 3). Participants will receive substance use disorder services in a timely, focused, and individualized manner from healthcare professionals experienced in Substance Use Disorder (SUD) service provision in a residential setting.


Warning signs of mental health

Telling the difference between what is expected behaviors and what might be considered as possible signs of a mental illness isn't easy. There is no easy test that can let someone know if there is mental illness or if actions and thoughts might be typical behaviors of a person or the result of a physical illness

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How to help someone in crisis

A mental health crisis can take many forms--self-harm, panic attacks, suicidal ideation, getting in trouble with the law, planning or considering hurting one's self or others--but no matter what kind of crisis someone might be going through, you can help.


1 in 5 Americans live with a
mental health condition

Ensure no one is alone in the fight