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29 October

When the word “epidemic” gets used to describe opioid abuse and related overdoses, it’s not always an understatement. Opioid drugs, which include heroin, fentanyl, and many prescription pain pills, have harmed countless lives and devastated communities.  Unfortunately, it seems another, similar epidemic has slowly developed in the shade of the opioid crisis: methamphetamines.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […]

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27 October

Do I really know what I’m taking?  It’s a good question to ask yourself the next time you find a pill in your hand.  The multivitamin you took this morning, the aspirin you took for your knee, a tab of melatonin to help you sleep: chances are, they all came out of a box or bottle with a label, a list of active ingredients and […]

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22 October

For many, recovery is a time of vulnerability. For some, it’s the first time in a long time they’ve lived without the insulating effects of substances. For others, it may be the first time ever they’ve opened up about the problems and issues which may have driven their substance abuse. Finally, for most recovery is when they’re leaving […]

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20 October

When it comes to alcohol, it’s easy to see the extremes.  But what if you’re in the middle?  Americans are drinking more and more – and with disastrous results. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reported alcohol-related deaths nearly doubled between 1999 and 2017. Millennials, once an age group noted for not drinking, have been dying of liver diseases caused […]

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18 October

Rock bottom. Everyone who’s ever battled substance abuse likely knows it — the day they reached their breaking point and made their decision to quit. Many people in recovery call it their “sober birthday,” remembering the day as the last time they used the substances they’re recovering from. Hitting the lowest point is exactly as […]

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15 October

There’s more to recovery than just hitting “stop” when it comes to drugs & alcohol. Recovery is a massive lifestyle change which requires constant lifetime work in order for it to succeed. It’s stressful at times. One of the biggest stressors is where to live. We all know longer stays in rehab equal a better […]

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13 October

Recovering from drug & alcohol abuse isn’t easy, and the numbers back it up: according to the National Institute on Drug Addiction (NIDA), the relapse rates for addiction run between 40 and 60 percent.  That’s one of the reasons many people look towards sober living housing as part of their recovery.  The advantages of sober living are many. First, they offer a […]

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11 October

Ever struggle with your work-life balance?  Most people have, especially now. Whether you worked from home, a socially-distanced office or in the trenches of the service sector, your work habits probably changed in some very radical ways.  Hopefully, your self-care routine didn’t. You know the usual advice: Get up and stretch once in a while or go for a walk. Try to eat […]

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08 October

A tale of two pandemics:  As of late September 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) COVID Data Tracker reported nearly 700,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus outbreak. Coronavirus has taken a terrible toll globally, and it is easy to see why the pandemic has been at the forefront of public attention since the first shutdowns happened in March 2020.  The other pandemic? Every year, nearly 100,000 people in the U.S. die from the effects of alcoholism. Unfortunately, most people […]

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06 October

One patient was a legal secretary for one of the US’s biggest corporate lawyers.  Another was a suburban mother in New Jersey who died in her sleep. Then there was the internationally recognized photographer who had an exhibition at the Louvre Museum in Paris.  None of these were the type of person who usually comes to mind when most people think about opioid abuse. Far removed from a figure hunched in a corner of an […]

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