10 New Year’s Resolutions to Boost Your Recovery in 2016
The Ripple Effect: How Addiction Affects First Responder Families
by Michael Blackburn, CEAP, LADC-1, SAP Retired Providence Fire Dept. Battalion Chief, RI Sr. Vice President, Business Development Drug and alcohol abuse and dependence […]
Medicated Detox: Is It the Right Choice for You?
Medications have been approved for detox purposes only in the treatment of addiction to certain substances of abuse. For example, for those […]
Alcohol Recovery: Looking In or Reaching Out?
Sometimes reaching out is better than looking in “Man up!” “Suck it up, buttercup!” “Dig Deep!” “Time for the Big Girl Pants…” […]
New Year’s Day is Every Day
For me, New Year’s Day does not fall on January 1. The day that I decided to stop drinking alcoholically, life began […]
The Gap Is Closing: Alcohol Use among Women on the Rise
The increased rates of binge drinking and heavy drinking among women is concerning, first, for the health implications. Alcohol-related medical problems such […]
Alcohol Run: Barry the Bum
“Barry, you’re nearly sixty,” I said. “You have to stop drinking.” It was mid-day, the week before Christmas, and Barry had been […]
10% of Americans Have a Lifelong Drug Problem, Only 25% Get Treatment
The obvious question that arises with study results such as these is how best can we address the issue of drug use […]
Drinking without getting drunk?
They call the project “The Mutant Mouse that Cannot Get Drunk” – at least that’s how it’s described by the successful Hornraiser fundraising campaign that […]
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