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    • OCTOBER 8, 2020
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    World Mental Health Day 2020 and Substance Use Disorder

    World Mental Health Day 2020 and Substance Use Disorder

    October 10 is World Mental Health Day.  Designated by the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) in 1992, this day is used to raise awareness of mental health around the globe. The WFMH is an international non-governmental organization (NGO).  Its goals are: To raise public awareness about the importance of mental health, gain understanding, and improve

    • NOVEMBER 24, 2020
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    Why an Attitude of Gratitude is Good for You!

    Why an Attitude of Gratitude is Good for You!

    “Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Brault Life can be difficult.  At times, it may seem like there’s no end to the negativity.  Whether it’s an illness, a loss, or depression, it can seem that it’s virtually impossible to dig your

    • AUGUST 24, 2020
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    What to Look for in an Addiction Treatment Center

    What to Look for in an Addiction Treatment Center

        Addiction treatment is an extremely individualized process—just as the actual treatment will look different for everyone, so will the physical treatment center. While choosing the perfect treatment center may be a tough decision in and of itself, thankfully there are nearly 15,000 facilities just within the United States to choose from. Choosing the

    • AUGUST 24, 2020
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    Tips for Coping with Isolation and Loneliness

    Tips for Coping with Isolation and Loneliness

    While recovering from addiction, many individuals tend to feel a sense of loneliness. Complications from social distancing measures and a general lack of in-person “interconnectedness” has further entangled the challenge of recovery; now, the already isolating process of rehabilitation can become abjectly lonesome for some. However, the consequences of the pandemic do not necessarily mean

    • SEPTEMBER 7, 2020
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    Things to Consider Before Staging an Intervention

    Things to Consider Before Staging an Intervention

    Suffering from addiction is an isolating experience — oftentimes so isolating that it becomes unreasonable in the person’s head to ask for help. It is in these instances that it is important for friends and family members to recognize when their loved one needs assistance. It is time to stage an intervention.  Interventions can act