Many people have either lost friends or family members to drug overdose, or know someone who has lost loved ones. Today’s street drugs are being laced with ever more powerful synthetic drugs, which combination can be fatal. Even the opioid overdose antidote Narcan (naloxone) is ineffective or less effective on these synthetic killers. With the.. read more →

Even though anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the US, affecting 40 million adults, or 18% of the population, according to the National Institute of Mental Health—many people feel alone in their struggle. And while anxiety disorders can be effectively treated, only about one-third of people receive anxiety disorder treatment. What is Anxiety?.. read more →

Lately, evidence-based therapy is trending. And, while we’ve all probably heard of evidence-based therapy for co-occurring treatment of addiction and mental health disorders, what exactly is it? What is Evidence-Based Therapy? Evidence-based therapy, or evidence-based practices (EBP), are treatments that have been either academically or scientifically studied, and which studies have both shown efficacy in.. read more →

The opioid addiction crisis seems to be coming to a head. In the wake of an increase in opioid overdoses—most caused by super-potent opioids like fentanyl or carfentanil—multiple states have taken action to prevent more unnecessary deaths. read more →

Please join us for Family Night and SMART Recovery meetings to get the support you need and learn about recovery from addiction. These events are always open to the public. Alumni events are only open to past clients. Please call for more information. read more →

Substance use disorders and mental health disorders often go hand-in-hand. When someone has symptoms of both types of disorders, they are referred to as co-occurring, co-morbid, or dual diagnosis. Rehab for a co-occurring disorder should include coordinated services for both substance abuse and mental health issues. Many people have co-occurring disorders—in fact, statistics say that 50%.. read more →

When you begin treatment for drug and alcohol recovery, you’re likely to feel alone—or at the very least, lonely. While it might be tempting to start a new romantic relationship, experts advise just the opposite: stay on your own until you’ve got some sober time under your belt in a drug recovery program. Why Stay.. read more →

Please join us for Family Night and SMART Recovery meetings to get the support you need and learn about recovery from addiction. These events are always open to the public. Alumni events are only open to past clients. Please call for more information. read more →

While there is more than one path toward addiction recovery, we can all use support as we strive for long-term sobriety. One place many people have found additional support is in the sober blogosphere. Writing blogs is a way for some people to express their struggles with alcohol and drug addiction (as well as mental.. read more →