Do you worry a loved one has a problem with drugs or alcohol? The symptoms and signs of addiction damage every area of the loved one’s life, including relationships, career and health. Too often family members live in constant hurt, fear and
Practicing gratitude is an increasingly popular focus area for scientific research. Study after study has revealed a myriad of benefits for emotional and physical health built by regularly exercising the gratitude “muscle.” However, the recovery community has known the power of gratitude for a long time. More than creating a gratitude list, actively practicing gratitude […]
Addiction is a family disease. It can damage and destroy even the strongest of families. Recovery is equally powerful. It transforms families, providing hope and healing that can repair and strengthen even the most broken of family ties. Too often family members live in constant hurt, fear and desperation as they watch a loved one […]
Addiction is a family disease. What does that mean? Substance Use Disorder (SUD) affects more than just the person struggling with the disease. It affects every member of the family. It can damage and destroy even the strongest of families. However, the Road to Recovery offers everyone the chance to rebuild and reclaim family health […]
The holidays can be an emotional, stressful time for many. Striving to achieve the perfect holiday experience often leaves us with unrealistic expectations about the season. But what truly matters are the meaningful memories we make with our loved ones. It is a time of year when we gather together, despite our differences and our […]
Each September at Valley Hope we celebrate National Recovery Month. VH facilities across the country have unique events planned throughout the month to engage the public in learning more about substance use disorder (SUD) treatment and recovery and the positive impact on our communities. SUD affects more than just the person struggling with the disease. […]
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