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Bringing the Whole Family Into Recovery

  April 19, 2019   No comments

As hard as you might have tried to keep your addiction and its associated problems to yourself, the issue will inevitably begin to impact your entire family. Addiction is a

Managing Pain Without Opioids

  April 10, 2019   No comments

Managing your recovery and your chronic pain means finding ways to feel better without prescription painkillers like opioids. In many cases, chronic pain is similar to addiction in that it’s

Signs of a High-Functioning Alcoholic

  April 3, 2019   No comments

It’s Alcohol Awareness Month, founded and sponsored by The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (now Facing Addiction with NCADD). Established in 1987, Alcohol Awareness Month aims to help

Overcoming the Shame Game in Recovery

  March 27, 2019   No comments

Recovery is an emotional time as you grapple with a mix of emotions that may have been stored deep inside for years before, during active addiction. One day you may

NJ Cannabis Regulatory and Expungement Aid Modernization Act

  March 26, 2019   No comments

                Yesterday the New Jersey State Senate postponed its vote regarding The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory and Expungement Aid Modernization Act. The vote has been put off until after the

Reinvigorating Your Recovery This Spring

  March 20, 2019   No comments

Spring has sprung! After this crazy, up-and-down winter, we are all ready to soak up some sun, breathe in some fresh air and feel reinvigorated. Whether you’ve been sober for

The Difference Between Men and Women

  March 14, 2019   No comments

Addiction is different for everyone. Each person who suffers from substance abuse will experience different trials and tribulations compared to the person next to them. Additionally, recovery is different for

Deaths From Alcohol, Suicide and Overdose Reach Record High

  March 13, 2019   No comments

“Despair deaths” from drugs, alcohol or suicide have skyrocketed, reaching new peaks in the U.S., according to a report from Trust for America’s Health and Well Being Trust. The national

Women in Addiction Treatment History

  March 8, 2019   No comments

  Women’s History Month kicked off on March 1rst. While many publications will focus on the accomplishments of great women such as Oprah Winfrey, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Marie Curie; Seabrook

It’s National Nutrition Month! Eating to Boost Your Recovery

  March 6, 2019   No comments

You’ve likely heard the expression “you are what you eat” – a phrase that sums up how solid nutrition can support your body and mind. Well, this is certainly true