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The Epidemic Within The Pandemic

Long before the coronavirus pandemic, one of the worst epidemics in the U.S. was opioid abuse. In 2018, the last year complete data was made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 67,000 people… Read More

Substance Use Disorder and the Family…

I’m not the one with the problem, why do I have to participate in the recovery? In 2017, an estimated 20.7 million people age 12 and older needed treatment for substance use disorder.  Only 4 million received treatment… Read More

Made a Decision

Life is so complex.  Every day, multiple times a day we are required to make decisions.  How do you know if you are making the right decision?  One thing for sure, not making a decision is making a… Read More

The Perception Connection

According to the American Psychological Association (APA), PERCEPTION is defined as:  “The process or result of becoming aware of objects, relationships, and events by means of the senses, which includes such activities as recognizing, observing, and discriminating. These… Read More

Hope, Coping Skills and the Willingness to Change

“Previous studies regarding sustained recovery from substance use disorder (SUD) indicate that the support of family and close friends has aided in the prevention of relapse” (Flynn, et al., 2003).