harm reduction vs MAT


VIEW POST

View more

Recovery

Harm Reduction and MAT: Breaking Down the Myths for Better Healing

on
May 18, 2022
We are amidst an epidemic—but this one isn’t caused by a virus or bacterium. Instead, our country is facing a prescription medication and illicit drug overdose epidemic. For context, in 2017, over 47,000 Americans died from an overdose involving opioids. More generally speaking, from October 2020-2021, a record number of 105,000 Americans died from drug overdoses.
Is Being Sober Boring?


VIEW POST

View more

Sober Living

Is It Actually Boring to Be Sober?

on
April 18, 2022

In the earliest days of your recovery from drug or alcohol dependency, you might run into a roadblock you hadn’t anticipated. It’s boring. Or, at least, it can certainly…

addiction timeline


VIEW POST

View more

Addiction

How Long Does It Take to Overcome Addiction

on
April 11, 2022

An addiction can be defined as a chronic, relapsing brain disorder characterized by the compulsive need to use a drug or engage in an activity despite any negative consequences….

learning self acceptance


VIEW POST

View more

Mental Health

Learning Self-Acceptance in Recovery

on
March 29, 2022

It can be difficult to accept the things about ourselves we don’t like. Perhaps you feel ashamed of certain habits, behavioral patterns, emotions, or even physical features. On the…

teens and therapy


VIEW POST

View more

Mental Health

Teenage Mental Health: Recognizing the Signs Your Teen Might Benefit from Therapy

on
March 18, 2022

The teenage years can be a tumultuous time. It’s the perfect storm of hormones, raging emotions, and distorted perspective, as a child slowly transitions into the teenage years. For…

Preventing Teen Suicide in the Age of Digital Media


VIEW POST

View more

Mental Health

Preventing Teen Suicide in the Age of Digital Media

on
January 24, 2022

While the apparent link between social media use and teen suicide isn’t new, recent statistics indicate that this connection is more significant than we initially realized. More than ever…

VIEW MORE