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Taking Responsibility for the Drug Use in Your Home

Taking Responsibility for the Drug Use in Your Home

Addiction is a family affair, involving multiple people who are impacted in different ways by the person with ...
How Addiction Affects the Family

How Addiction Affects the Family

Addiction to drugs or alcohol can wreak havoc on a person’s family, friends, work, social and other aspects of ...
Spotting Substance Abuse

Spotting Substance Abuse

Substance abuse treatment can be more successful when the problem is identified early. If a person enters ...
8 Reasons Your Friend is Afraid to Get Sober

8 Reasons Your Friend is Afraid to Get Sober

The reasons a person chooses to get sober are very personal and individual. Alcohol and drugs can become part of a ...
Is it Wise to Be Friends with Your AA Sponsor?

Is it Wise to Be Friends with Your AA Sponsor?

A sponsor is a person who has completed the 12 steps and can help others do the same. Every 12 step recovery ...
Smartphone Apps to Support Your Recovery

Smartphone Apps to Support Your Recovery

More Americans than ever before are dealing with addiction and recovery. Resources like mobile apps are becoming ...
What to Expect from an Intervention

What to Expect from an Intervention

Drug and alcohol intervention programs may be a last ditch effort to get a loved one into treatment. Individuals ...
The Reality of Hangxiety

The Reality of Hangxiety

Drinkers who experience a hangover the next morning may experience distress and anxiety about the aftermath of ...
How the 12 Step Program Can Help You Recover

How the 12 Step Program Can Help You Recover

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has a twelve-step program which is widely used to help those individuals recovering from ...
SuperFoods that Naturally Boost Your Serotonin

SuperFoods that Naturally Boost Your Serotonin

Serotonin is a great way to naturally boost the immune system and is located in superfoods that boost mental moods ...
Addiction in the LGBT Community

Addiction in the LGBT Community

  Despite progress being made within the LGBT community, substance abuse and addiction still impacts LGBT ...
Young People with Mental Illness are Among the Least Likely to Seek Treatment for Addiction

Young People with Mental Illness are Among the Least Likely to Seek Treatment for Addiction

Adults with mental illness aged 50 and older are more likely to get necessary treatment than adolescents and young ...
Taking Responsibility for the Drug Use in Your Home

Taking Responsibility for the Drug Use in Your Home

Addiction is a family affair, involving multiple people who are impacted in different ways by the person with ...
How Addiction Affects the Family

How Addiction Affects the Family

Addiction to drugs or alcohol can wreak havoc on a person’s family, friends, work, social and other aspects of ...
Spotting Substance Abuse

Spotting Substance Abuse

Substance abuse treatment can be more successful when the problem is identified early. If a person enters ...
8 Reasons Your Friend is Afraid to Get Sober

8 Reasons Your Friend is Afraid to Get Sober

The reasons a person chooses to get sober are very personal and individual. Alcohol and drugs can become part of a ...
Is it Wise to Be Friends with Your AA Sponsor?

Is it Wise to Be Friends with Your AA Sponsor?

A sponsor is a person who has completed the 12 steps and can help others do the same. Every 12 step recovery ...
Smartphone Apps to Support Your Recovery

Smartphone Apps to Support Your Recovery

More Americans than ever before are dealing with addiction and recovery. Resources like mobile apps are becoming ...
What to Expect from an Intervention

What to Expect from an Intervention

Drug and alcohol intervention programs may be a last ditch effort to get a loved one into treatment. Individuals ...
The Reality of Hangxiety

The Reality of Hangxiety

Drinkers who experience a hangover the next morning may experience distress and anxiety about the aftermath of ...
How the 12 Step Program Can Help You Recover

How the 12 Step Program Can Help You Recover

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has a twelve-step program which is widely used to help those individuals recovering from ...
SuperFoods that Naturally Boost Your Serotonin

SuperFoods that Naturally Boost Your Serotonin

Serotonin is a great way to naturally boost the immune system and is located in superfoods that boost mental moods ...
Addiction in the LGBT Community

Addiction in the LGBT Community

  Despite progress being made within the LGBT community, substance abuse and addiction still impacts LGBT ...
Young People with Mental Illness are Among the Least Likely to Seek Treatment for Addiction

Young People with Mental Illness are Among the Least Likely to Seek Treatment for Addiction

Adults with mental illness aged 50 and older are more likely to get necessary treatment than adolescents and young ...

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