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Compassion and comradery are shining throughout Seabrook
14 May Seabrook’s top priority for over 46 years has always been treating addiction and saving lives. During this pandemic Seabrook

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Seabrook’s daily routine in staying ahead of COVID-19
6 May From the desk of Joseph Ranieri, DO, FASAM, FAAFP, DABPM, DABFM, Medicail Director at Seabook. It is our responsibility

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Recovery Garden- Lavender
6 May

A lot of physiological challenges happen as your body begins withdrawal (detox) and restore itself. Did you know lavender can

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Spring into Recovery with a Recovery Garden
1 May

Looking to take up a new hobby? Did you know gardening is a healthy activity that comes with a lot

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123 Breathe with Me
30 April

From the desk of Susan M Desiderio, BA, LMT, Wellness Specialist While certain things are out of control, there are

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From the desk of Rebecca “Becky” Flood, Vice President of Treatment Services
30 April

Seabrook’s Experience with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) From the desk of Rebecca “Becky” Flood, Vice President of Treatment Services The

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The month of April is National Alcohol Awareness Month             
17 April

Eighty-seven percent of people have consumed a glass of alcohol at least once in their life. While occasional alcohol consumption

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Seabrook’s Experience with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
16 April

Seabrook’s experts continue to take a two team approach to stay ahead of the curve on COVID-19 at all Seabrook

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Addiction Is a Family Disease
13 February

Addiction is a Family Disease. Not only does it affect the person with Substance Use Disorder, each person their life

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What is Inpatient Residential?
17 January

We are striving towards a life without mood or mind-altering substances, but with each day comes new challenges. Unable to

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