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Letting Go of Everyday Stressors Can Help Your Health (and Your Recovery)

Do you tend to hold onto stress? Are you still fuming the following day after an argument with a family member or frustrating meeting at work? If so, you’ll want

New Poll Reveals Americans’ Views on Drug Addiction

First, the good news: 53 percent of Americans view drug addiction as a medical problem and most think their local community can do more to address the problem, according to

Alcohol Awareness: How It Affects Your Body

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and what better time to talk about how drinking too much – on a single occasion or overtime – can take a serious toll on

Equine Therapy: How Horses Can Help You Heal

It’s no news that animals are therapeutic and horses are no exception. In fact, horse therapy (equine therapy) has long been used to treat a variety of health conditions, including

Spring Cleaning Your Mind, Body & Spirit

When we think of spring, we often think of reorganizing closets and drawers, washing windows and doors and dusting every inch and corner of our homes. But this season of

What Is Depression and How Does It Impact Rehab?

Depression is more than just having a down day or feeling sad on occasion – it’s a debilitating brain disorder that impacts daily living, including your personal, professional and social

Study: Xanax, Valium Next Potential Drug Crisis

Are sedatives like Xanax and Valium looming as the next drug epidemic for Americans? A new study warns that the casual use of these medications, combined with the growing overdose

Four C’s in Recovery

A big part of staying sober is creating a new life full of joy, spirit and relaxation. To achieve this it’s essential to develop four core areas of your life,

Surprising Facts About Addiction in Colorado

Did you know that in Colorado one person dies of a drug overdose every 9 hours and 36 minutes? This is just one of the many startling facts when it

Another Scary Side of Fentanyl: Memory Loss

There’s a lot of talk about the high risk of overdose from fentanyl – a dose the size of a grain of sand can kill – but what about those