How to Stop Self-Bullying

Bullying is a really serious issue that affects so many of us, and can literally destroy our lives. Especially with social media lately, bullying is getting out of hand. When we do take a stand against it, we’re able to make a change, but it’s so difficult to take that first step. I’ll tell you… Continue reading How to Stop Self-Bullying

Making the Decision to get Help? What to Expect in our Addiction Treatment (an honest perspective)

A lot of families or parents ask us what to expect when a person makes the decision to sign up with us.  Here’s our goal: To equip you with everything you need to be able to handle whatever life throws at you. We will guarantee that by the end of our program, you will have… Continue reading Making the Decision to get Help? What to Expect in our Addiction Treatment (an honest perspective)

The 2d’s of the Role of Environment in Addiction Recovery

One of the strongest external factors that can influence addiction is the environment around us. This is also a factor that’s actually controllable. Once we see the positive effect the environment can have on our lives, we will want to keep elevating the game more and more. As Dr. Sean Stephensen, the 3 foot giant,… Continue reading The 2d’s of the Role of Environment in Addiction Recovery

Thanksgiving 2020 In Recovery

Thanksgiving is only a couple of days away, which means that now is an excellent time to start planning. It’s vital to have a schedule for navigating the holiday so that you can keep your recovery intact. It’s no secret that the holiday season is challenging for people in recovery, but that does not mean… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2020 In Recovery

Addiction Recovery Daily Actions

Do something every day for your addiction recovery. It goes without saying that early recovery is a challenging period. One’s mind, body, and spirit undergoes enormous changes from detox onward. Each day can vary from the next emotionally, but establishing a healthy routine helps people cope with their feelings and prevent one from acting adversely.… Continue reading Addiction Recovery Daily Actions

Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder

Mental Illness Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day are behind us now. Hopefully, you had the opportunity to help shine a light on the topic and will continue to do so moving forward. A couple of weeks ago, we shared that COVID-19 is affecting people’s mental well-being; we must keep spreading the message that… Continue reading Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder

Mental Illness Awareness Week

Last month, millions of Americans acknowledged significant public health observances—National Recovery and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Both September events shine a light on mental illness and behavioral health disorders. When people do not receive the help they need or don’t feel safe asking for assistance, the risks are high. As we pointed out in previous… Continue reading Mental Illness Awareness Week