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Addicted to cough syrup
3 December

It is not just prescription drugs that are a hazard in your medicine cabinet. With peak flu season approaching more

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From the desk of Rebecca “Becky” Flood, Vice President of Treatment Services
30 April

Seabrook’s Experience with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) From the desk of Rebecca “Becky” Flood, Vice President of Treatment Services The

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Addiction Is a Family Disease
13 February

Addiction is a Family Disease. Not only does it affect the person with Substance Use Disorder, each person their life

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sleep
How to Get Better-Quality Sleep in Addiction Recovery
9 August

These days, almost every adult seems to be sleep-deprived, but lack of sleep is a particular challenge for people in

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make it through each day without drinking
How to Make It Through Each Day Without Drinking
12 July

When you first commit to stop drinking, you’ve taken your first steps on the pathway to sobriety. In the earliest

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first year of sobriety
What to Expect in Your First Year of Sobriety
5 July

Like everything else in life, addiction recovery is a highly personalized experience. As much as you might wish sobriety came

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Women in Addiction Treatment History
8 March

  Women’s History Month kicked off on March 1rst. While many publications will focus on the accomplishments of great women

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

You’ve likely heard the expression “you are what you eat” – a phrase that sums up how solid nutrition can

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Bring Your Narcan Inside!
8 February

  With freezing temperatures, it is important to bring your animals and Narcan inside. With a one to two year

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Honoring Veteran’s Day
12 November

On Veteran’s Day, we honor the sacrifice millions of veterans have made physically and mentally. Too often, the wounds of

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