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Trauma Therapy for Police Officers

Police officers are the frontline soldiers in daily conflicts, incidents, accidents and violence. While often under-appreciated, these men and women help make our communities stronger and safer every day. Unfortunately, police officers work under constant stress and pressure. Many police officers suffer trauma because of this constant daily stress, and some become affected with PTSD. … Continue reading Trauma Therapy for Police Officers

April 25, 2018

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Everyone Has Someone: Getting Through the Loneliness of Early Recovery

By Cindy Coloma “People don’t realize this, but loneliness is underrated,” Tom Hansen, a character in the movie 500 Days of Summer, says. The process of working through sobriety looks different for every person. The decision to stop drinking or using drugs may come gradually over time, or it may come in a flash like … Continue reading Everyone Has Someone: Getting Through the Loneliness of Early Recovery

January 25, 2018

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The Future of Drug Use

On This Page: A Look Back at Drug Abuse Drug Abuse Today Drug Abuse in the Future Addiction usually begins as innocent experimentation with drugs that are thought to be safe because they are legal. But when alcohol and marijuana are no longer enough, and recreational drug users get bored with their experiences, prescription opioids … Continue reading The Future of Drug Use

August 22, 2017

Drug Addiction

“Tough Love” Isn’t the Only Approach to Helping Your Opioid-Addicted Child

It’s a situation in which nobody wants to be. Yet a growing number of people are dealing with the heartbreak of having a child who’s addicted to opioids. Whether or not you have children, empathizing with the helplessness of the situation isn’t hard to do. The fear that one’s son or daughter will overdose is … Continue reading “Tough Love” Isn’t the Only Approach to Helping Your Opioid-Addicted Child

June 13, 2017