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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

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

Remembering Bereaved Parents Awareness Month

  August 2, 2018   No comments

Each year, 64,000 people die of drug related overdoses. That equates to 128,000 parents who lose a child, and 256,000 grandparents. Dreams of the future are shifted to memories of

Seabrook’s Tips for a Sober 4th!

  July 3, 2018   No comments

Friedrich Nietzsche once said, “Freedom is the will to be responsible for ourselves”. Freedom and responsibility often go hand-in-hand. Independence Day and sobriety celebrate both. 242 years ago, the founding

5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Researching Addiction Treatment Centers

  June 7, 2018   No comments

Recently, HBO’S John Oliver aired a segment highlighting the unchecked substance abuse rehabilitation market. The clip forced viewers to become more attentive when it comes to rehabilitation advertising and reputation.

National Prevention Week 2018

  May 18, 2018   No comments

          May 13-19th, 2018 is nationally recognized as Prevention Week. This week, designed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA) aims each year

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

Family Support Groups Can Help

  November 4, 2014   No comments

An addict hurts more than themselves when they use. They hurt everyone around them. Their family, friends, and even coworkers are all affected by their disease in a different way.