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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

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

Recovery Protections in the Wake of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

A few days ago, we published an article discussing the steps NorthStar Transitions is taking to protect our clients during the Coronavirus pandemic. As we pointed out at the time,

Cannabis Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery

In a myriad of Rocky Mountain valleys are towns and cities where it is now legal for men and women to use cannabis, provided they are over the age of

Recovery: Working Together is Essential to Progress

If you are dealing with an alcohol use disorder or substance use disorder, then you may have heard that there are many paths to recovery. You have likely heard of

Recovery: Transition and Transformations

Recovery is a transition into a new way of life that takes tremendous courage and hard work. The transformation that can occur in just a short time is nothing short

Cannabis Use Disorder and Ending Prohibition

In the State of Colorado, cannabis use is a topic of particular importance. On the one hand, The Centennial State joined Washington in being the first to legalize pot for

Depression Education and Awareness Month

About 20 percent of Americans living with anxiety or depression have an alcohol or substance use disorder, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Conversely, about 20 percent


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