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Who was Martin Luther King Jr.? Many of us remember Martin Luther King Jr. from his famous I Have A Dream Speech but what else do we really know about him? Martin Luther King Jr.’s early life He was born January 15th, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia with the given name Michael Lut

Tips to Help Your Kids With Stress Many of us know kids with stress and that some even experience it on a daily basis. Do you know how to help your kids with stress? It can be a sensitive topic of conversation and there can also be multiple causes. Additionally, some of those cau

Tips to say no Everyone needs tips to say no during recovery, especially if you’re just leaving a treatment facility. Typically it’s one of the things your treatment team will address before you leave. However, if you’ve decided to stop using substances on your own you’ll

Holiday Spotlight: Hanukkah There are many holidays celebrated around the world and at times around in our own neighborhood. One of the more common holidays in December aside from Christmas is Hanukkah (also spelled Chanukah). Hanukkah is an eight-day Jewish celebration also know

Indoor activities help in cold weather With the ever-increasing cooler, Fall weather, it can be hard to think of indoor activities to do with the family or on your own. Create decorations There are many pumpkin patches that are discounting unsold pumpkins, gourds and other decora

How do you manage Election Day stress? It can be hard to manage Election Day stress. Did you know that stress causes anxiety and is the most common mental health condition in the US? Over 40 million people over the age of 18 are managing anxiety. That’s over 19% of the total po

Stay active Now that Summer weather is behind us, there and many are looking for tips to stay active and get even more healthy; both physically and mentally. The more active you are, the more you can focus, sleep better and it simply makes you happy. Pick a fun activity Pick an o

How can a person stop craving alcohol? Many people want to stop craving alcohol. One of the biggest hurdles in recovery a person with alcohol use disorder can face is the cravings. In a lot of cases, cravings are a programed response and can be triggered by many things; environme

Steps to rebuild trust in recovery To rebuild trust in recovery can take a lot of patience, especially if you were using substances for a long time. There’s a lot of healing and forgiveness that needs to take place before you can expect family and friends to open their hearts a

What is National Recovery Month? National Recovery Month takes place in September and is an important time for us to acknowledge the number of people who experience substance use disorders across the United States and the rest of the world. There are approximately 20 million peop

International Overdose Awareness Day is August 31st Since 2001, International Overdose Awareness Day communities across the globe have held events to raise awareness and honor those that have lost their lives due to overdose. Year over year, overdose deaths continue to rise. From

Self Awareness importance There are endless opinions for every side and plenty of heated events happening across the world right now. For some a healthy debate is easy and for others it can spark rage, leading to insults that had nothing to do with the original subject. Even thou

Alcohol Use Disorder: Everything You Need to Know to Heal Alcohol use disorder is one of the most common substance use disorders. Drinking on occasion is not necessarily a sign of a problem, but habitual binge drinking can lead to mental and physical problems. Each case of alcoho

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