New Year’s Eve is notoriously known for being the biggest drinking holiday of the season. In fact, most overindulge while at a New Year’s Eve party, ... >>

Five Ideas for a Sober New Year’s Eve

Alcoholism and drug addiction aren’t just a predicament for the person suffering from it. While it may seem that way, addiction is a family problem, and ... >>

Addiction Affects the Entire Family

Xanax Abuse Xanax abuse has steadily been on the rise for years. This powerful drug is one of the most common prescription benzodiazepines. Doctors use Xanax ... >>

Xanax Abuse is On the Rise

What Are the Top Sobriety Apps For Those in Recovery? If you’re currently in substance treatment, it’s important to know about the top sobriety apps for ... >>

Top Sobriety Apps For Those in Recovery

You Have Something Worth Celebrating When you enter the process of recovery from addiction, life changes. It’s a simple fact. Change is scary for a lot ... >>

Celebrating Life and Recovery from Addiction

Holidays = Booze You’ve done the hard work. You’ve completed rehab. You are sober — maybe a week sober, a few months sober, or a year ... >>

How To Stay Sober During Holiday Parties

What is the Effect of Cigarette Smoking on Opioid Addiction? According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated 34.2 million adults in the U.S. smoke cigarettes. Aside ... >>

Cigarette Smoking’s Effect on Opioid Addiction

A Good Attitude Makes all the Difference You make a choice to continue your sobriety each and every day, no matter what life throws your way. ... >>

Positive Choices in Recovery

What is the Difference of Substance Abuse in Cities vs Rural Areas? Research indicates that over 23 million Americans have suffered from substance abuse and that ... >>

Substance Abuse in Cities vs Rural Areas

September is National Recovery Month. Although addiction is a year-round and lifelong struggle, in September, we celebrate the success of those in recovery. We acknowledge and ... >>

It is National Recovery Month – A Time of Support and Hope