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Recognizing a Problem With Alcohol

Recognizing a Problem With Alcohol

It can be fun and relaxing to go out for drinks with your friends on Friday nights after a long work week or have ...
Which 12-Step Program Is Right for Me?

Which 12-Step Program Is Right for Me?

12-Step programs are a common part of addiction recovery. Many treatment programs utilize a 12-Step approach, and ...
Staying Safe as 12-Step Meetings Begin to Move In-Person

Staying Safe as 12-Step Meetings Begin to Move In-Person

When COVID-19 hit the world, the fate of many 12-Step meetings became unknown. Many switched to online platforms, ...
Emotional Highs and Lows: Exploring the Different Types of Bipolar Disorder

Emotional Highs and Lows: Exploring the Different Types of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, ...
Successfully Transitioning From Treatment to Long-Term Recovery

Successfully Transitioning From Treatment to Long-Term Recovery

One of the most common questions people ask when they begin to navigate their process of recovery is: Will this ...
Accountability Can Keep You Sober After Treatment

Accountability Can Keep You Sober After Treatment

Recovery is a state of being, not a task you’ll check off once you reach a certain milestone. Like any other area ...
Choosing the Best Treatment Program for You and Your Loved Ones

Choosing the Best Treatment Program for You and Your Loved Ones

There are over 14,000 accredited treatment centers, recovery programs, and medical facilities that address ...
The Role of Friends and Family in Recovery Support

The Role of Friends and Family in Recovery Support

Recovery is a group effort. As a friend or family member of someone in recovery, you can be a pillar of support in ...
Alcohol Awareness Month: Reducing the Stigma Behind Alcoholism

Alcohol Awareness Month: Reducing the Stigma Behind Alcoholism

Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug ...
Including the LGBTQ+ Community in Recovery

Including the LGBTQ+ Community in Recovery

With March being International Women’s Month, it is important to acknowledge the existence of gender stereotypes, ...
Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Even if we are unsure of what it means or how it works, most of us know the phrase “mind-body connection.” ...
Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

When a person gets sober, there is a whirlwind of events that can take place. First, the body goes through ...
Recognizing a Problem With Alcohol

Recognizing a Problem With Alcohol

It can be fun and relaxing to go out for drinks with your friends on Friday nights after a long work week or have ...
Which 12-Step Program Is Right for Me?

Which 12-Step Program Is Right for Me?

12-Step programs are a common part of addiction recovery. Many treatment programs utilize a 12-Step approach, and ...
Staying Safe as 12-Step Meetings Begin to Move In-Person

Staying Safe as 12-Step Meetings Begin to Move In-Person

When COVID-19 hit the world, the fate of many 12-Step meetings became unknown. Many switched to online platforms, ...
Emotional Highs and Lows: Exploring the Different Types of Bipolar Disorder

Emotional Highs and Lows: Exploring the Different Types of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, ...
Successfully Transitioning From Treatment to Long-Term Recovery

Successfully Transitioning From Treatment to Long-Term Recovery

One of the most common questions people ask when they begin to navigate their process of recovery is: Will this ...
Accountability Can Keep You Sober After Treatment

Accountability Can Keep You Sober After Treatment

Recovery is a state of being, not a task you’ll check off once you reach a certain milestone. Like any other area ...
Choosing the Best Treatment Program for You and Your Loved Ones

Choosing the Best Treatment Program for You and Your Loved Ones

There are over 14,000 accredited treatment centers, recovery programs, and medical facilities that address ...
The Role of Friends and Family in Recovery Support

The Role of Friends and Family in Recovery Support

Recovery is a group effort. As a friend or family member of someone in recovery, you can be a pillar of support in ...
Alcohol Awareness Month: Reducing the Stigma Behind Alcoholism

Alcohol Awareness Month: Reducing the Stigma Behind Alcoholism

Alcohol Awareness Month is a public health program organized by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug ...
Including the LGBTQ+ Community in Recovery

Including the LGBTQ+ Community in Recovery

With March being International Women’s Month, it is important to acknowledge the existence of gender stereotypes, ...
Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Even if we are unsure of what it means or how it works, most of us know the phrase “mind-body connection.” ...
Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

When a person gets sober, there is a whirlwind of events that can take place. First, the body goes through ...