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15 December

People are by nature pleasure seekers. Whether it’s simply watching a beautiful sunset or doing something as crazy as flying in a wingsuit, humans love doing things which make them feel good.  Unfortunately, this pleasure-seeking nature often drives us towards drug abuse.  Everyone in the world finds some source of joy, whether positive or negative, […]

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13 December

It’s a fact that when we help others in life, we help ourselves at the same time. It doesn’t matter what profession we’re in, what kind of neighborhood we live in, or what we do to help out in the community. Everything comes back full circle.   That’s why in business, you will often find one employee being mentored by […]

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10 December

As a parent, you want to ensure your child is safe and secure in an outpatient treatment center. When a child goes to outpatient treatment, they establish a healthier development in their life. They are guided with the components to improving their mental health. But how, as a parent, can you make sure your child […]

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06 December

Everybody has a breaking point.  Maybe it was one too many late-night phone calls. Maybe it was having to check arrest records over and over again. Or maybe it was finding a loved one passed out in their room.  When you love someone caught in addiction, there will come a time when you realize things can’t […]

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03 December

In November 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released truly startling statistics around fatal drug overdoses. During 12 months ending in April of that year, there were just over 100,000 fatal drug overdoses in the US.  Over 75,000 of those deaths were due to opioids, a class of natural and synthetic drugs. Synthetic opioid deaths were […]

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01 December

After a long hard day, there’s nothing like a stiff drink to settle one’s nerves, right?  Wrong.  People have enjoyed alcoholic nightcaps for centuries as a way to calm themselves down and relax before going to sleep. While alcohol – a depressant – has a sedative effect, it’s also a surprisingly poor choice if you need to relax after […]

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24 November

The national drug epidemic is deadlier than ever.  According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 100,000 people in the US fatally overdosed on drugs during 12 months ending in April 2021.  The deaths are nearly 30% higher than the previous year, a massive spike. Well over half of those […]

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22 November

There may be no holiday more suited to sober people than Thanksgiving: there isn’t a day most of us aren’t thankful.  Thanksgiving’s great, too. Friends and family come together, gather around a big table (or a TV showing the big game — we won’t judge), catch up with each other and eat.  Unfortunately, for sober folk Thanksgiving […]

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19 November

Every year, 95,000 people don’t make it.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), that’s the number of Americans who die from alcohol-related causes each year. Accidents, assaults, DUIs, and even poisonings all contribute to a yearly total that often goes unmarked.  And if you think that’s shocking, consider this: The 2019 National Survey on Drug […]

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17 November

Actress, singer, television personality: Demi Lovato does it all.  Plus, she’s been remarkably open about her journey through substance addiction. Lovato first entered drug treatment in 2010. Years later, she suffered a high-profile fentanyl overdose in 2018, which kept her hospitalized for two weeks. Lovato’s current project is a YouTube documentary series called Demi Lovato: Dancing With The Devil, which acts as […]

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