Enjoying the Holidays Sober

In Alcohol Addiction, Mental Health, News November 22nd, 2019 No Comments

We’ve all heard the saying that the holidays are a time to drink and be merry. Alcohol plays a big role in holiday festivities from Thanksgiving all the way to New Year’s Eve, and according to the data more people choose to binge drink during the time. Even those who rarely drink, or drink moderately,…


Brain Stimulation and Severe Depression

In Mental Health, News November 11th, 2019 No Comments

Recently, results in brain stimulation for treating depression symptoms has shown promise. A study published in The American Journal of Psychiatry revealed that the data from 28 participants who wore brain-stimulating implants responded well with “most patients experiencing a robust and sustained antidepressant response and maintained their improvements over time. What is A Brain Stimulator?…


Plastic Surgery and Opioid Addiction

In Drug Rehab, News, Prescription Drug Rehab November 5th, 2019 No Comments

Recently renowned actress Jamie Lee Curtis opened up about celebrating her 20 years of being sober. In the Variety “Recovery Issue” Curtis detailed the start of her painkiller addiction stemming from a plastic surgery procedure. After an offhand comment made by a cameraman on set, Curtis decided to go under the knife for a minor…


CBD and Its Role in Addiction Recovery

In Drug Rehab, Mental Health, News, Sobriety, Treatment Programs, Wellness October 27th, 2019 No Comments

Along with the recent marijuana legalization that has resulted in a billion-dollar cannabis boom, CBD is now on everyone’s radar due to its medicinal and therapeutic benefits. As the use of CBD along with the wellness movement becomes increasingly mainstream, what role does it have in addiction recovery? What Is CBD? CBD is short for…


Job Stress and Mental Health

In Mental Health, News October 23rd, 2019 No Comments

It has been widely reported that the state of millennials mental health is far lower than previous generations. Factors that contribute to the declining mental health rates include increasing levels of stress, anxiety and depression that all are strongly tied to their work lives. There are numerous reasons a person experiences mental health concerns from…


Women Seeking Alcohol Treatment

In Alcohol Rehab, Mental Health, News October 15th, 2019 No Comments

A new study from the University of Iowa finds that women are less likely to get help for a drinking problem and are more likely to believe the problem will get better on its own. For the women that do seek treatment for themselves, many treatment centers do offer women-only facilities, but often lack fully…


Sam Smith Opens Up About Mental Health

In Mental Health, News August 25th, 2019 No Comments

  Pop singer Sam Smith recently took to twitter to give his followers some mental health advice saying “you are enough”.  He shared several tweets discussing his recent mental health journey and how he learned to accept the things that he goes through. His emotional thread offered some vulnerable thoughts and advice to fans who…


How Malibu is Recovering After Historic Wildfires

In News May 17th, 2019 No Comments

This past year some of the most dangerous and destructive wildfires in history spread across California and areas of the southwest. More than 8500 fires burned close to 2 million acres in cities like Los Angeles, Houston and Phoenix. Unfortunately thousands of homes were destroyed and the fires even claimed many lives. The fire blazed…


Top 5 Scientific Advancements in Alcoholism Research

In Alcohol Addiction, News March 30th, 2019 No Comments

In recent years there have been a lot of progressive changes in the way that we approach alcoholism and treat the illness. Research about addiction provides experts new ideas about what causes alcoholism and the best methods for helping people recover. Scientific advancements are shedding light on how we can use new techniques to reduce…


How the Opioid Epidemic Has Evolved

In News January 31st, 2019 No Comments

The U.S. has reached the point of a national health crisis as the opioid epidemic continues to worsen and expand. One of the biggest concerns as the opioid problem keeps evolving and changing is the spread of the drug fentanyl which has led to a dramatic increase in overdoses throughout the country. Fentanyl is an…


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