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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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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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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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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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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Each September, National Recovery Month recognizes the power of recovery, the resources available to support sobriety, the people who work in our communities to promote and provide healing and evidence-based addiction…

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During this unprecedented summer of 2020, it is important to develop a strong game plan to manage COVID-19 stress and potential triggers that can affect your recovery. While there are…

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