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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

Overdose Awareness Day Tribute

  August 31, 2018   No comments

Overdose Awareness Day is on August 31st. You may see purple ribbons all over your community. Strung along telephone poles, bulletin boards, and online purple ribbons will be plastered to

Addiction Treatment Providers Testify Before Congress

  July 27, 2018   No comments

Tuesday morning six men whom all have ties to the addiction treatment industry sat before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations to discuss the progress and

America’s Youngest Victims of the Opioid Crisis

  July 13, 2018   No comments

In 2012, every twenty-five minutes a baby was born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS). In 2015, the rate increased to every nineteen minutes a baby was born immediately thrown into

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

  April 26, 2018   No comments

Saturday, April 28th, 2018 will be recognized as National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. A large percentage of those addicted to opiate addicts do not receive their pills from a

Integrating Virtual Reality into Rehabilitation and Recovery

  April 13, 2018   No comments

The trending emerging technology in a vast majority of occupational fields is virtual reality. Professions ranging from marketing consultants to school teachers are embracing the opportunities this new technology offers.

Restructuring Relationships Following Treatment

  April 6, 2018   No comments

Step seven of the twelve step program begins the journey of self-discovery, and relationship building. The program encourages everyone to explore who you are, and who you desire to surround

Women’s History Month: Honoring Ms. Peg Diehl

  March 30, 2018   No comments

  March is women’s history month. The most prominent woman in Seabrook’s rich 44-year history is Ms. Peg Diehl. Ms. Peg was not only monumental in Seabrook’s development, but the

Emotional Support Animals

  March 23, 2018   No comments

Leaving treatment can be frightening, with it comes mass amounts of anxiety and apprehension. Like any other new adventure, it is easier to do with someone by your side. One

Finding Employment Following Treatment

  March 16, 2018   No comments

When leaving recovery, a common goal patients have is to obtain a job. It is a goal, because it is something to work towards. Like any other goal, it may