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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

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

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.

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.

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

4 Tips to Make the Most Out of Family Therapy

  August 2, 2017   No comments

Including family therapy as part of your overall addiction treatment can increase your chances of getting (and staying) sober, according to studies. This is because addiction takes a toll on

4 Reasons to Continue Talk Therapy

  July 26, 2017   No comments

If you’re in rehab, it’s likely that talk therapy – between you and a therapist, social worker, psychologist, psychiatrist or an addiction counselor – has been part of your recovery

Fraternity Members Not Swayed by Intervention

  June 1, 2016   No comments

The reputation of the Greek college system of fraternities and sororities is seen as full of partying and drinking. Studies have shown that the members of these organizations tend to

Lean On Me

  April 18, 2016   No comments

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist I can remember at the end of my active addiction, my run was lonely and depressing. I only had friends that wanted to use

Drama Therapy in Addiction Recovery

  April 5, 2016   No comments

For some in addiction recovery, their go-to therapy is journaling. For others, it is art or music. But now, a not so new therapy is catching people’s attention for its