10 Tips for a Sober July 4th

For people new to recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, celebrating your first Fourth of July holiday can be a challenge.   When you are in recovery, it’s important to adjust…

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Alcohol Awareness: 20 Key Facts

Alcohol continues to rank as the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States. In fact, 17.6 million people, or one in every 12 adults, suffer from alcohol abuse…

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Binge Drinking Boom: COVID-19 and Alcohol

Stress and anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic is driving a dangerous spike in alcohol consumption and binge drinking among Americans, especially women. To manage COVID-19 quarantines and stress, many…

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Drunk Driving During the Holidays

Every holiday season, there is a dangerous uptick in impaired driving, specifically drunk and drugged driving. And, with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19 added to the traditional holiday experience,…

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Sobriety Stories: The Power of Recovery

Inspired by National Recovery Month, people are sharing the power of sobriety through a collection of diverse, inspiring recovery stories. The project, Voices of Hope, chronicles the recovery journeys of Valley Hope…

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Five Keys to Family Recovery

Recovery is a powerful force that can transform families, healing the impacts of a loved one’s drug and alcohol addiction. It is important to understand that substance use disorder (SUD)…

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