Parenting a teenager can feel like a bit like sailing. When your teen is happily engaged in family, school, or church activities, the day is
Addiction, whether alcohol or drug-related, is truly a disease of isolation. and for those in recovery, the pandemic and self-quarantine measures required throughout much of the
On our webinar today, our awesome panelists shared some great information with us regarding the intersection of COVID 19 and Substance Use Disorder. As requested
Sleep and addiction recovery seem to have a cyclical relationship. When you’re in recovery, especially in the early stages, it can be more difficult to get quality sleep. and when you’re not getting the sleep you need, it makes recovery even harder than it otherwise would be. Plus, sleep deprivation can result in a slew of mental and emotional health issues that increase the likelihood of relapse.
We lose friends in many ways. People walk into our lives and take on pivotal roles in our hearts and minds. Then, all of a
February 29th is quickly approaching which means END HEROIN BHAM 2020 is just around the corner. This year’s outing will be our fourth annual event which has given us the opportunity to ensure it’ll be a worthwhile experience for attendees and vendors. Below, we detail five reasons why you won’t want to miss END HEROIN BHAM 2020 on February 29th at 10:00 AM:
We often look at the root causes of addiction being attributed to nature and nurture. After all, it’s true that children of alcoholics are more vulnerable to alcoholism and people who suffer from trauma or mental illness are more susceptible to substance abuse. We also consider the opposite of addiction to be sobriety.