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Depression in College Students and How to Get Help

December 4, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

Depression in College Students

Depression in college students is more common than many parents realize and if left untreated, can lead to more serious issues such as drug abuse... Continue reading →

New Study Reveals Half of All PhD Students Suffer from Psychological Distress

September 12, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

PhD Students Suffer from Psychological Distress

Getting a PhD is no easy task. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and mental focus. But this is not a secret. Before anyone decides to go for their PhD... Continue reading →

Understanding the Behaviors of an Enabler

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

When working to overcome an addiction, it is important to surround yourself with people who know your commitment to becoming healthier and support your decision to change for the better. Whether they are friends, family members, or coworkers, they should be aware of your plans and what you need... Continue reading →

Methods to Manage Your Stress to Prevent Relapse

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Recovering from substance abuse can be a significant challenge. Withdrawal is almost always excruciating, and in the presence of stress, symptoms of withdrawal can get even worse. Keeping your stress under control on a daily basis can help keep substance-seeking behaviors at bay and may even... Continue reading →

Roadmap to Recovery: Beating Addiction

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Recovery from substance abuse isn’t something that just happens in one day. It’s a process that is filled with ups and downs, slip-ups and saves. If you embrace the long-term nature of recovery, however, you can triumph over chemical dependency and reclaim your health and your life. The first... Continue reading →

Prescription Drug Abuse in College 101

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Among the homecoming games and pledge weeks on college campuses, a new tradition is taking hold: prescription drug abuse. A startling number of college students admit that sharing prescription drugs is common in their peer groups, and many rely on these drugs for everything from study help to... Continue reading →

Understanding the Potential benefits of Exercise in Your Substance Abuse Recovery

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

While most adults are well aware of the health advantages of getting regular exercise, its benefits for addiction recovery are not as commonly known. Physical activity can help adults overcome their addiction and may even improve the efficacy of other substance abuse treatments. Below are some... Continue reading →

A Look at the Problem of Prescription Drug Abuse in America

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Prescription drug abuse occurs when a prescription medication is acquired and taken without a doctor’s approval. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, this form of substance abuse is so common that it is second only to marijuana in popularity among illicit drug users. Pain... Continue reading →

How Long Will You Need to Receive Care for Substance Abuse

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

If you are considering getting treatment for a substance abuse problem, one of your biggest concerns is likely to be how long you will need to stay in a facility and under care. Understanding the scope of your commitment to treatment may make the decision more manageable.

There is no... Continue reading →

What Is a Functioning Alcoholic?

March 24, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

Alcoholics are not always easy to spot. Although it’s sometimes clear when a person has a problem with alcohol, this is not always the case. Functioning alcoholics drink every bit as much as people who have more obvious struggles with alcohol, but they are able to conceal the signs so that few... Continue reading →

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