Month: September 2018

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Lessons Learned in Recovery Month

  September 28, 2018   No comments

Overdose Awareness Day on August 31rst often leaves us feeling somber and hopeless. Beginning September 1rst is Recovery Month is dedicated to celebrating those living in recovery. So often achievements

LGBTQ Youth at Risk of Polysubstance Use

  September 26, 2018   No comments

A new study reveals that young people who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual are at a higher risk of using substances such as alcohol, nicotine, and marijuana –as well

Instagram Helps Users Find Addiction Support

  September 19, 2018   No comments

“If you or someone you know is struggling with opioid or substance misuse, find ways to get free and confidential treatment referrals, as well as information about substance abuse, prevention, and recovery.”

Nearly 30% of Opioid Prescriptions Lack Documented Reason

  September 12, 2018   No comments

As researchers continue to examine today’s opioid crisis, they take a look at the role doctors may play. A recent study found that nearly 30 percent of opioid prescriptions in

Everything You Need to Know About Alcohol Rehab

  September 7, 2018   No comments

Ninety-five percent of people with alcohol abuse disorder do not believe they are an alcoholic let alone need alcohol rehab. Seven hundred thousand people are treated each year for alcohol

It’s National Recovery Month: Let’s Celebrate!

  September 5, 2018   No comments

Ready to celebrate your recovery, spread awareness and stop the stigma? It’s National Recovery Month (or Recovery Month), which takes place each September to help honor those of you in recovery