Addiction specialists provide recovery services to those who are struggling with substance use and create lasting change in the lives of those they serve.
You can help raise awareness about eating disorders and recovery resources by participating in the 2021 National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Nearly 10% of Americans develop some form of eating disorder within their lifetime. These disorders are also incredibly dangerous, directly causing more than 10,000 deaths each year. In addition, around 26% of people with eating disorders attempt suicide. These … Read More
Telling loved ones you’re going to rehab is a difficult but necessary conversation, and once you make this choice, you can gain a valuable support system for recovery. Telling your family and friends that you are going to rehab can be an emotionally-charged discussion. Even if they support your choice to seek help for substance abuse, your loved ones will … Read More
Though 2020 is behind us, the pandemic and its isolating effects remain. Fortunately, there are many ways to find treatment and continue your recovery in 2021. Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, causing stress, isolation, uncertainty and fear throughout the U.S. and across the globe. Many people have developed mental health symptoms like anxiety and depression as a … Read More
Millions of people struggle with addiction and mental health disorders each year, but only a small amount receive treatment. In 2019, 20.4 million Americans aged 12 or older had a substance use disorder. However, only 4.2 million received any type of addiction treatment. Additionally, 13.3 million adults with a mental health condition believed there were unmet needs for mental health … Read More
The holiday season can be a difficult time. The stress of shopping, budgeting, traveling and gift-giving can be overwhelming, and the holidays can often stir up emotions like loneliness, grief and bittersweet nostalgia. On top of the holiday blues, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people the entire year. People are feeling isolated, financially insecure, uncertain and stressed out. Being newly … Read More
Telehealth is a term for virtual or phone-based medical care. It wasn’t new when the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States, but it did become rapidly more utilized because of social distancing and stay-at-home measures. Even without social distancing, telehealth is valuable because of the flexibility and convenience it provides to both patients and providers. In a recent survey, 81% … Read More