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The Cost of Addiction on America’s Workforce: What can Employers do?

January 11, 2019
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It is well known that addiction doesn’t discriminate and that it impacts individuals, families and communities across ethnic, racial, sexual, religious and economic lines. It is also well known that America’s rising addiction epidemic (yes, it’s more than just opioids) has had a profound impact […]

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A New Year, a Perfect Time for New Beginnings and an Opportunity to Create Positive Change

January 8, 2019
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Each new year millions of people around the world make new year’s resolutions, typically firm decisions and determinations to improve in some way. Often that includes becoming healthier by eating better, working out or incorporating more exercise into their daily routine. It can include being a better […]

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2018 Year in Pictures

December 27, 2018
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We would like to thank all our professional colleagues, strategic partners, local clinical professionals and community members and organizations and nationwide treatment centers that have worked with us, supported us and aided us in bringing much needed quality treatment to those suffering from substance use and co-occurring […]

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Early Recovery and the Holidays: It is not the Responsibility of our Friends and Family to Change their Behavior based on our Newfound Sobriety

December 19, 2018
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Selfishness and self-centeredness is what the 12 Step rooms such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) consider the root of the problem of addiction or alcoholism. Basically, this defines those suffering from addiction and alcoholism as lacking consideration for others, concerned primarily with one’s […]

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