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  October 7, 2016   No comments

On October 6, 2016 Seabrook joined a project of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey and The Community Coalition for a Safe & Healthy Morris, in cooperation with the

National Recovery Month

  September 16, 2016   No comments

September is National Recovery Month. Recovery Month’s purpose is to educate people on the disease of addiction and mental health issues and to spread positive and encouraging messages to those

Recovery with a Pet- Happy National Dog Day

  August 26, 2016   No comments

Humans tend to develop strong relationships with animals. These relationships provide comfort, happiness and love. Animals are used for therapy in many different treatment programs, addiction recovery included. That’s right,

Feel the “runners high” without being high or an Olympian

  August 12, 2016   No comments

You don’t have to run like you’re an Olympic star, but it’s a fact that exercising can help with your addiction and recovery. Many people who abuse drugs or alcohol

Teen Drug Use Down, According to MTF Study

  January 12, 2016   No comments

The results are in for the annual Monitoring the Future (MTF) study, and it looks like drug use among teens is decreasing. This study, funded by the National Institute on

Positive Text Messages Used to Reduce Binge Drinking

  January 7, 2016   No comments

What is one thing most young adults always have with them? Their cell phones. It is their connection to their friends, family and the world. If these young adults are

Substance Abuse in Canadian Students

  December 16, 2015   No comments

Although the rate of alcohol consumption among Canadian students has decreased within the past twenty years, the students are still engaging in hazardous drinking. Hazardous drinking is defined as a

Heroin Drug Users Likely Started with Opioids

  December 9, 2015   No comments

High School seniors who use heroin most likely started their drug use with opioids, according to a study published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence. The study states that 12.4 percent

Drugs Easy to Obtain in College

  November 20, 2015   No comments

The 2015 College Prescription Drug Study (CPDS), which was conducted earlier this year by Ohio State’s Center for the Study of Student Life, found that many college students are using