It’s a time like no other. More people are more connected than ever, yet they feel more isolated and more dependent on others’ perceptions of who they are. While the opioid crisis is getting all the attention, and rightly so, there is another growing threat to more people of all ages. It’s social media. It’s.. 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 →