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Starting Over After Rehab

Leaving the structure and safe environment of rehab can be scary for those who have just become sober from substance abuse. Starting over in your new life of sobriety may

Making Friends After Addiction Recovery

Leaving rehab is an overwhelming experience for most people. The future can seem daunting, as life looks completely different than when you went into treatment. One of the main concerns

UPDATED COVID-19 Response: In-Person & Virtual IOP Groups Offered

Virtual & In-Person IOP Services Offered As we continue to move through the ever changing landscape of COVID-19, we are pleased to begin offering virtual IOP groups for clients who

Addiction Treatment Services Lack Funding

While the nation continues to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, addiction and mental health disorders should be in the spotlight. The public health crisis has affected the lives of every American

Observing PTSD Awareness Month

Post-traumatic stress disorder, abbreviated as PTSD, is a mental health condition that develops in response to a dangerous or frightening event. PTSD presents myriad complications; perhaps most concerning is the

Recovery Challenges Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic and New Threats

As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to close, we hope that you will continue to prioritize your recovery needs during these challenging times. While the United States is far from

Updated COVID-19 Response: PHP and IOP Resuming In-Person on June 1st

Safety is our number one priority at NorthStar. We continue to follow evolvingĀ Center for Disease ControlĀ (CDC) recommendations to ensure our protocols are up to date and effective to be proactive

Mental Health Awareness Month: You Are Not Alone in Recovery

The COVID-19 pandemic rages on in the United States and abroad, as do stay at home orders in many states. Some 33.5 million Americans have been laid off or furloughed

Addiction Recovery: Coping Tools for Anxiety and Depression

At NorthStar Transitions, we are committed to helping people struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders get on the road to recovery during these troubling times. If you or

Recovery Meetings Online and Other Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has become more severe in the United States. People inside and out of the rooms of recovery are living through an unprecedented event requiring physical and mental