About US

Liberian Behavioral Health Services promotes the total wellness of the community it serves through the provision of high quality health and social services program in a compassionate and effective manner.

LIBHS is committed to serving individuals through helping them overcome their addiction, in order to attacin a healty society characterized by sustainable growth.

Among the most important values LIBHS adheres to:

  • Respecting individuals, regardless of their color, religion, creed, or social status

  • Having a deep faith in divine providence as well as in the capacity of individuals to change for a better life

  • Maintaining a high level of professionalism in dealing with others

  • Benifiting efficiently from available resources in a way that conforms to transparency and accountability principles


LIBHS aims at gradually decreasing the addiction rates in Liberia and increasing awareness of the various factors leading to such, as drug addiction has become an extensive problem, with destructive causes and consequences for individuals, families, and society. Thus, it continuously endeavors to implement tested programs and set up new ones to welcome, guide, rehabilitate, accompany, and follow drug addicts. In addition to rehabilitation, LIBHS is highly active on the prevention and integration folds; such is possible thanks to its highly skilled staff who is able to comprehend and apply the latest scientific tools and methods, as well as wish to adapt them to the Liberian society's specifically through the Center for Drugs, Addiction and Rehabilitation Services (CEDARS) Project anticipated to be opened in Liberia in the early part of 2017.


In accordance with its mission and its vision aiming to approach the problem of addiction as a whole, LIBHS strives to achieve the following objectives:

  • Raise awareness on the psychological, health, and economic risks of drugs on individuals, families, and the Liberian society, particularly the youth;

  • Welcome drug addicts, study their health and social conditions, specify their needs, work with them on defining priorities to overcome their addiction through LIBHS or other concerned parties

  • Help drug addicts get treated through the rehabilitation program

  • Support parents in their trial and accompany them in helping their children undergo treatment and prevention

  • Help drug addicts get treated through the rehabilitation program

  • Follow up on ex-drug addicts after their rehabilitation program, strengthen their immunity against drug addiction, and help them reintegrate society and become active members in it


About Liberia

Liberia is Africa's oldest republic, but it became known in the 1990s for its long-running, ruinous civil war and its role in a rebellion in neighbouring Sierra Leone.

Although founded by freed American and Caribbean slaves, Liberia is mostly inhabited by indigenous Africans, with the slaves' descendants comprising 5% of the population.

Around 250,000 people were killed in Liberia's civil war and many thousands more fled the fighting.

Big programmes are under way to address the shortage of electricity and running water. Corruption is rife and unemployment and illiteracy are endemic.

Culled from BBC Profile about Liberia


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