Just think about how many choices you have and how many decisions you must make every minute of every day: What time do I need to get up? Do I feel good enough to go to work? What route should I take this morning? Should I call Janie or just let things go? How can.. read more →

It seems that the one thing most people can agree on is that addiction is a problem. Just look at how the opioid epidemic is ripping apart the fabric of America. Acknowledging the problem is a big step, but maybe it’s time to take a step back to really understand what it is, where it.. read more →

The whole idea of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) is nothing new. Most recently, Russia was banned from “officially” competing in the Olympics because of a doping scandal. (Even the Russian curling team tested positive for banned drugs!) Professional baseball and football has strengthened it penalties for PEDS after superstars like Roger Clemens, Mark McGuire, Sammy Sosa,.. read more →

Fraternity and sorority life has long been acknowledged as a rite of passage, an opportunity to bond with like-minded kids who are “sowing their oats.” But when a rite of passage becomes a gateway to alcohol misuse and drug addiction, Greek life takes on a new and dangerous connotation. Bad Press May Yield a Good.. read more →

Anyone who followed the horrific testimony of the more than 150 members of the United States Women’s Gymnastics Team is now witness to the devastation caused by sexual abuse. The emotionally charged verbal and expression of these young women (and children), who were abused by their team doctor, conveys their outward feelings. What we can’t.. read more →

In  1938, the campy film classic, “Reefer Madness,” introduced the American public to the horrors of smoking marijuana. Since then, there has been an ongoing debate about the benefits and the threats of this controversial plant. Is it good? Is it bad? Is there such a thing as marijuana addiction? One thing is certain… times.. read more →

Did you know? Our Family Night events feature separate groups for addiction and co-occurring disorders, such as a severe mental health condition and addiction. Please contact us for more information about getting involved. All Family Night events are free and open to the public. read more →