Recovery Month 2020: Staying Connected

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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Summer 2020: Self-Care Strategies

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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Celebrating a sober Memorial Day

Even during a pandemic, cultural traditions tied to holidays like Memorial Day Weekend can be especially challenging to people living in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. This year, most…

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Dangerous Drinking: Coping with COVID-19

With the uncertainties and impacts of COVID-19 continuing to fuel anxiety and force self-isolation, more and more Americans are turning to alcohol as a coping strategy. Alcohol sales are rapidly…

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Managing Recovery During COVID-19

Are you experiencing additional anxiety these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic? It’s important to remember that you are not alone! This is a very trying time for all, however…

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Why Seek Addiction Help During the Holidays?

Each holiday season, people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction delay seeking help. Often, the reasoning used for pushing aside treatment stems from not wanting to leave family during the…

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Music that Explores Recovery

Recovery music can inspire and motivate us on the road to sobriety. Many musicians have produced songs inspired by their own addiction and recovery experience. Whether the song represents their…

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Dangerous Drinking: Halloween and Alcohol

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Binge drinking is one of the scariest elements of Halloween. From drunk driving to pedestrian fatalities, alcohol misuse has become a deadly tradition when celebrating Halloween. Halloween and Binge Drinking…

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