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A Lasting New Years Resolution
23 December

It’s that time of year again. Once the end of December rolls around every year people start to put their

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SEABROOK HOUSE JOINS KNOCK OUT OPIATE ABUSE DAY
7 October

On October 6, 2016 Seabrook joined a project of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey and The Community Coalition

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National Recovery Month
16 September

September is National Recovery Month. Recovery Month’s purpose is to educate people on the disease of addiction and mental health

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Recovery with a Pet- Happy National Dog Day
26 August

Humans tend to develop strong relationships with animals. These relationships provide comfort, happiness and love. Animals are used for therapy

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

You don’t have to run like you’re an Olympic star, but it’s a fact that exercising can help with your

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Teen Drug Use Down, According to MTF Study
12 January

The results are in for the annual Monitoring the Future (MTF) study, and it looks like drug use among teens

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Positive Text Messages Used to Reduce Binge Drinking
7 January

What is one thing most young adults always have with them? Their cell phones. It is their connection to their

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Substance Abuse in Canadian Students
16 December

Although the rate of alcohol consumption among Canadian students has decreased within the past twenty years, the students are still

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Heroin Drug Users Likely Started with Opioids
9 December

High School seniors who use heroin most likely started their drug use with opioids, according to a study published in

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Drugs Easy to Obtain in College
20 November

The 2015 College Prescription Drug Study (CPDS), which was conducted earlier this year by Ohio State’s Center for the Study

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