Young people supporting their friend struggling with addiction

Addiction Treatment is Needed More Than Ever

The addiction disease has been riddling the country more than ever these days. With everything going on including the pandemic, addiction treatment and therapy is needed more than ever now. Staying home can be extremely tough, especially when dealing with

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Hiking for Outdoor Therapy

Outdoor Adventure Therapy for Sobriety

Getting outside and exploring the wilderness can have major physical and mental health benefits. For sobriety, outdoor hiking and adventuring can actually help people deal with their addictions. Many retreat centers around the country utilize the good weather in their

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College Students deal with addiction

The Dangers of College Drug Addiction

College can be an incredible time for a young person to find their path in life, but many times there are trials that person may go through. Whatever the workload is, studying for exams, finalizing projects, and cramming homework in

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Staying Sober through COVID-19

Staying Sober through COVID-19

People across the globe are experiencing an unprecedented world event: the coronavirus pandemic and the societal shutdown it has caused. Local businesses are closing shop, restaurants are doing take-out only, retailers have had to furlough employees in mass, airlines are

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Building Healthy and Sustainable Relationships in Recovery

Building Healthy and Sustainable Relationships in Recovery

Addiction affects all aspects of a person’s life, including relationships. Many relationships are broken due to substance abuse and addiction. In treatment, a person is taught life skills necessary for transitioning to a new substance-free lifestyle. People and places associated

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spending time with family

Navigating the Holidays Early In Your Sobriety

This year was the year you finally decided to get help for your substance abuse. Maybe it was last year’s New Year’s resolution, or a family event midway through the year opened your eyes to the problem at hand. Your

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