The holidays can be very stressful. Here are 4 tips to help keep your sobriety in check

sadfasf Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the winter holiday season, bringing with it family gatherings, traditional foods, and indulgence. But a holiday centered around eating and drinking so much that people often joke about having to “unbutton their pants” can trigger serious overindulgence issues for people who struggle with alcohol abuse and addiction. Throw the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on top…

Addiction Treatment for First Responders | Helping the Helpers

Addiction treatment for first responders is a vital part of our country’s responsibility to help our helpers. When we think about large trauma events like 9/11 or active shooter scenarios, everyone recognizes the mental and emotional challenges put on our first responders. Nevertheless, every day, there are thousands of smaller events all across the country that can lead to PTSD…

Addiction Counseling | Unlock These Five Reversals In Your Life

Since you are researching addiction counseling, then you have decided it’s time for a change in your life. For that reason, today, we will discuss 5 reversals or changes you can expect. Ultimately, it is our hope you make the choice to reach out and reverse the patterns of addiction in your life.Understand Your ‘Why’ with Addiction CounselingWhen we make…

Substance Abuse | The Toxic Thief of Your Unique Life

“First the man takes a drink…then the drink takes the man.” -Irish Saying Substance abuse is, at its roots, a thief. The thief has many routes into its victim: swallowing, smoking, snorting, and injecting are among the most common. Some of the substances include prescription meds, nicotine, heroin, alcohol, marijuana, and meth. Abuse of

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